Stay active with Pacer!

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Stay active with Pacer!

We’re happy to say that Pacer is the latest partner in MyFitnessPal’s growing ecosystem of fitness app and device partners. Pacer is a mobile fitness application that quantifies your personal fitness in real-time and helps you take control of your health. It offers automatic, comprehensive activity tracking; it also records your weight and blood pressure and correlates these vitals with your daily activity. Pacer enables you to track your metrics against standards provided by the World Health Organization, American Heart Association and President’s Fitness Council.

Through this partnership with MyFitnessPal, body weight logs, cardio exercises (including exercise type, calories burned, and exercise duration), and daily expenditure of calories tracked with Pacer will automatically sync to your diary! The combination of MyFitnessPal and Pacer gives you the tools to lead a long, healthy life.

The Pacer app is iOS-compatible and requires iOS 6.0 or later, so it’s easy to track your data and analyze it whenever, wherever. Go to the MyFitnessPal App Gallery now to download and connect the Pacer app to your MyFitnessPal account!

UPDATE: June 12, 2014— Pacer integration is now available for Android users, too! Click here to find the app in the Google Play store.

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13 responses to “Stay active with Pacer!”

  1. Avatar BeenThereDoneThat says:

    Another simple company that caters to a phone with the smallest market.

    • Avatar Venky S says:

      Who cares about the phone with the larger market when its a big mess like Android?

      • Avatar BeenThereDoneThat says:

        Yes, that’s why it has the biggest market share because it’s a big mess. Seems you’re just another brainwashed iSheep user that likes to conform to whatever is necessary to “fit in”.

        • Avatar Venky S says:

          Who would want to use the most ugly looking OS with loads of customization when all they want to have is fluidity, good looking to the eye and seamless integration to lots of accessories? Even Windows phone OS is better than that ugly Android…. Keep Android to the fanatic geeks. I love my iOS (and even Windows Phone OS)….

          • Avatar BeenThereDoneThat says:

            Mentioning Windows OS totally destroyed any credibility that you know what you’re talking about, but thanks for playing.

          • Avatar Emmie says:

            I want a phone that if I accidentaly drop won’t shatter on impact. also helps to have a screen I can actually read off of (former owner of an iphone 5 and current owner of an note 3)

          • Avatar banishedprince says:

            I have an iPhone 4 that was given to me used and I’ve heard a ton of complaints about the screen breaking easy and I’ve very happy to say that I’ve dropped my (hard) several times and thankfully it’s yet to break. There have been numerous times that I thought for sure it was gone and have been amazed when I pick it up and it’s still intact.

            However, my mother had the same phone and a girl at work unplugged it and somehow hit the wall or dropped it or something and it completely shattered the glass.

          • Avatar banishedprince says:

            I’ve had both Android and iOS and I much prefer the simplicity to the iOS. Android just has to much going on for my taste.

    • Avatar Mike Caldwell says:

      Hi, BeenThereDoneThat. I assume you are referring to the lack of mention of Android support?

      We certainly have not forgotten about Android, and I’m happy to report that we have an Android version under development. I won’t post the link here, but you can already find it in the Google Play store if you search for Pacer. Our team is hard at work updating it as we speak, and in the future we’ll be adding support for all the same features of Pacer that our iOS users love.

      Mike & the Pacer Team

  2. Avatar Jerkster says:

    the whole my “phone is better than yours” nonsense is pathetic.

  3. Avatar judywilhelm2014 says:

    Pacer worked great but now it will not calculate my calories from my steps….please help me.

  4. Avatar Anne says:

    I have a question- I use myfitnesspal along with pacer AND C25K apps. The problem is that pacer records calories burned for daily activities, and C25K records calories burned from the run, and it looks like I am logging twice the calories from my workout time, since both apps record on myfitnesspal. Should I erase the calories logged from one of the apps in myfitnesspal? I am disappointed that this seems to be a glitch of some sort that this is possible.

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