WalkLogger pedometer

WalkLogger pedometer


WalkLogger is a pedometer / step counter that lets you keep track of your physical activity, effortlessly and automatically. The step counter counts your steps and you get estimates of your distance walked or run, your active calorie burn and your total calorie consumption. Get motivated to stay active, lose weight, maintain you weight loss and stay healthy.

WalkLogger stays on in the background and automatically determines when you are walking. To use it, simply turn your screen off and put the phone in your pocket, in a belt clip, or in a purse or bag. The more firmly attached the phone is to you the better it works.

Medical research has shown that to stay healthy and prevent heart disease and diabetes it is crucial to stand up and walk several times throughout the day. People who spend lots of time standing up and moving around, for example by taking taking quite short walks throughout the day, indoors or outdoors, are healthier and live longer. Several studies have shown that you can reduce your risk of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes by staying active.

WalkLogger lets you:
-Count your steps
-Estimate your distance walked or run
-Estimate the calories you burn by being active (net calories)
-Estimate your total calorie consumption (gross calories)
-Get activity logs with detailed information about individual walks and runs
-Set step, distance and calorie goals
-Earn medals based on the number of steps you walk each day
-Use the pedometer from your home screen with the built in widget
-Sign up for free and automatically sync your walking and running to the cloud
-Share your progress on social networks and any other sharing apps that you have on your phone.
-Unlock app themes by walking. Walk a total of 1000 steps to unlock a purple theme, 5000 steps to unlock a red theme and 10000 steps to unlock a green theme.

WalkLogger is a pedometer that does not record or log your location. Your exercise data and any other personal information that you store in the app will not be shared with anyone unless you explicitly choose to share it. Your email address will not be shared with third parties.

WalkLogger uses your phone's accelerometer to measure your activity. Unfortunately, some phones turn off their accelerometer when the screen turns off which makes it impossible to run a pedometer on those phones without draining the battery. WalkLogger will not work properly on those phones.

If you need help with something, or have a problem, a question, a suggestion or other feedback please use the email address found below this text.

Recent changes:
Fixed a bug that caused the log book to show incorrect dates
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About WalkLogger pedometer
WalkLogger is a pedometer / step counter that lets you keep track of your physical activity, effortlessly and automatically. The step counter counts your steps and you get estimates of your distance walked or run, your active calorie burn and your total calorie consumption. Get motivated to stay active, lose weight, maintain you weight loss and stay healthy.

WalkLogger stays on in the background and automatically determines when you are walking. To use it, simply turn your screen off and put the phone in your pocket, in a belt clip, or in a purse or bag. The more firmly attached the phone is to you the better it works.

Medical research has shown that to stay healthy and prevent heart disease and diabetes it is crucial to stand up and walk several times throughout the day. People who spend lots of time standing up and moving around, for example by taking taking quite short walks throughout the day, indoors or outdoors, are healthier and live longer. Several studies have shown that you can reduce your risk of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes by staying active.

WalkLogger lets you:
-Count your steps
-Estimate your distance walked or run
-Estimate the calories you burn by being active (net calories)
-Estimate your total calorie consumption (gross calories)
-Get activity logs with detailed information about individual walks and runs
-Set step, distance and calorie goals
-Earn medals based on the number of steps you walk each day
-Use the pedometer from your home screen with the built in widget
-Sign up for free and automatically sync your walking and running to the cloud
-Share your progress on social networks and any other sharing apps that you have on your phone.
-Unlock app themes by walking. Walk a total of 1000 steps to unlock a purple theme, 5000 steps to unlock a red theme and 10000 steps to unlock a green theme.

WalkLogger is a pedometer that does not record or log your location. Your exercise data and any other personal information that you store in the app will not be shared with anyone unless you explicitly choose to share it. Your email address will not be shared with third parties.

WalkLogger uses your phone's accelerometer to measure your activity. Unfortunately, some phones turn off their accelerometer when the screen turns off which makes it impossible to run a pedometer on those phones without draining the battery. WalkLogger will not work properly on those phones.

If you need help with something, or have a problem, a question, a suggestion or other feedback please use the email address found below this text.

Recent changes:
Fixed a bug that caused the log book to show incorrect dates

User reviews of WalkLogger pedometer
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A Google User
Yesterday 2:53 AM
Walk counter is a great help keeping me on my way.
A Google User
Yesterday 12:12 AM
Works It does it's job of giving me my general steps.. I like it a lot!
A Google User
Friday 1:48 AM
Works well but not perfect. I get a lot of irregular numbers using it. Works best when in your pantleg pocket but not too well anywhere else.
A Google User
Thursday 11:42 PM
Log book Why is there data in my log book two months in the future?
A Google User
Thursday 5:04 PM
So annoyed. Every time i went for a walk i would get part of the way and it would stop counting for no reason. It has done this everyday for over a week. Deleting app!!!!