Get Moto 360 Health Stats on Your Smartphone with Moto Body App

BY GreenBot Staff

Published 14 Sep 2015

You can now view all the health stats your Moto 360 has collected about you on your smartphone. Motorola has pushed out an Android app for its Moto Body service, which counts your steps, calories burned, and other data. Previously you’d have to get all of this data on your watch.
The Moto Body app puts all the data collected from your Moto 360 onto your smartphone.

Before the launch of this app, you’d have to swipe through the various screens on your watch. To find out how far you’d walked, see the number of calories burned. Or see how your heart rate has changed over time. Moto Body is compatible with any smartphone running Android 4.2 paired with a Moto 360. You can get it now from the Play Store.

Why this matters: Moto Body collects much better data about your physical activity than Fit. However, you can also share your Motorola data with Google’s service. Motorola generally takes the right approach to include software on its Android devices; it’s focused. It follows Motorola’s design guidelines but doesn’t overtake the operating system or push itself on you.