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Kudolife Launches into Apple Watch App Market with Newest Release


Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) May 27, 2015

Kudolife, a free diet and activity tracking app, announced its much-anticipated Apple Watch release available at the App Store today. This brand new update allows health-conscious users to track their calories and activities with a glance by utilizing machine learning algorithms in the background to identify activity type for accurate tracking.

The complete lifestyle iOS app is now fully compatible with the sought-after Apple Watch, which will allow users to proactively stay on track in maintaining a healthy lifestyle with increased activity and nutritional insights. The Apple Watch is considered the most in-demand wearable with a stunning 1.25 million preorders on the first release date alone and claims an exceptional design and revolutionary technology. Kudolife’s adoption of the Apple Watch SDK will allow it to expand its service offering to the millions of users waiting for their watch.

“Our proprietary diet and fitness app Kudolife has reached all-new levels in mobile and web user experience with the Apple device,” says Co-founder and CEO Zeeshan Hayat. “Kudolife’s visually striking, remarkably intuitive, and astonishingly accurate Apple Watch update will make achieving a healthy lifestyle easier and more convenient than ever before.” Kudolife’s refresh allows users to view their calories in, calories out, and see nutritional suggestions in real time on the wearable interface. Further updates include iPhone and timepiece notifications like push reminders, encouragements, progress summaries, and an enriched redesign that will help motivate users to make healthy choices.

The diet and activity tracking app combines the 2.5 million food database with proprietary algorithms to personalize the correct amount of calories, analyze nutritional intake, and automatically detect the type of activity for each user for accurate calorie tracking. Users can also participate in an engaging online community for “Kudos.” With high accuracy, low battery usage, and Apple Watch and device-free options, Kudolife intends to become a major player in the diet and fitness app market.

Currently, Kudolife is further expanding its intellectual property to integrate into an eHealth Ecosystem that will allow users to see how their choices are affecting their overall well-being through insightful analytics and predictive modelling. The eHealth Ecosystem will create a lifeline for users that they can access for a lifetime so they can receive encouragement and medical services at the point of need. As Hayat said, “The big question in the health industry is how to prevent or prolong the onset of disease, and the answer lies in a mindful lifestyle. Our aim is to create a daily roadmap to health with our app that makes it easy for users to get there.”

About Kudolife

Kudolife is an iOS app developed exclusively for the iPhone. It is the one stop diet and fitness app for those looking to lose weight, get fit and live a healthier lifestyle. Its focus is to support wearable-free and Apple Watch platforms with incredible accuracy, beautiful design, and battery efficiency while tracking diet and fitness. The proprietary app launched in Vancouver, BC, Canada, a mecca of healthy living, and is growing worldwide. The Kudolife app is free to use and join.

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About Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is designed by Apple, a technology provider that designs highly intuitive, design-driven electronics and software, such as exclusive mobile phones, personal computers, operating systems, computing devices, and more. The Apple Watch claims to have reinvented the modern timepiece as the most personal technology device yet. The product was released to the public in Spring 2015.







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Samsung, LG, Apple Models Top Latest Consumer Reports Smart Phone Ratings

Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

Android smart phones dominate the latest Consumer Reports Ratings, with several models from Samsung’s flagship Galaxy line, LG, and HTC landing at or near the top. Apple’s latest handset, the iPhone 6, was also a top-scoring model.

The Samsung Galaxy S 5, the Galaxy S 5 Active, and the Galaxy S 5 Sport all performed well enough in CR’s comprehensive tests to land spots at the top of the Ratings. Each received high marks for attributes like display quality, camera image quality, battery life, and ease of use. In all, six of the top ten highest-scoring handsets in CR’s smart phone Ratings are Samsung models.

The LG G3, Apple iPhone 6, and HTC One (M8) are also high-performing smart phones that rank near the top of CR’s Ratings. All of the models in the top ten are within 5 points of each other in overall score, meaning that most people would likely be very satisfied with any of those options.

“If you’re in the market for a new smart phone, you can expect a larger, sharper display that’s easier to read; better performance; and even better battery life,” said Mike Gikas, Senior Electronics Editor for Consumer Reports. “And while Samsung has many highly-rated phones in our Ratings, competing models from Apple, LG, HTC, Sony, and Motorola are also compelling.”

The full Consumer Reports smart phone Ratings, as well as a guide to choosing the right smart phone, can be found online at ConsumerReports.org.

Battery life is improving with each generation of smart phones – a fact borne out by CR’s exhaustive tests. Still, CR’s experts have the following tips to help consumers get the most out of their smart phone batteries:


Dim the display. A superbright, always-on display can eat up your battery, so put it on a diet. Lower it, or set it to Auto.
Turn things off. Your handset maintains contact with the carrier’s cell tower, and when that link weakens, the phone works harder to try to maintain it. If you’re spending extended time in an area with no service at all, turn the phone off or set it to airplane mode.
Give it a boost. Event the most stringent conservation practices won’t make a battery last forever. Carrying a spare battery is an excellent backup plan. Don’t have a removable battery? Consider a charging case from companies such as Mophie and PhoneSuit.
Buy a battery champ. If you’re shopping for a new phone, stack the odds in your favor by choosing one that has demonstrated staying power in Consumer Reports’ tests. Look for models in the Ratings that have ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ scores for battery life.

Consumer Reports is the world’s largest independent product-testing organization. Using its more than 50 labs, auto test center, and survey research center, the nonprofit rates thousands of products and services annually. Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports has over 8 million subscribers to its magazine, website and other publications. Its advocacy division, Consumers Union, works for health reform, food and product safety, financial reform, and other consumer issues in Washington, D.C., the states, and in the marketplace.