The Apple iOS 8 and Google Android L operating systems are making a huge push into fitness tracking this year. Both feature brand new fitness data aggregation apps designed to help you count steps, count calories and more.
Of course, to make the most out of the new features, you’ll need to purchase and import data from an activity tracker.
That may sound expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. The latest generation offers a wide range of different features to choose from at incredibly reasonable prices. Each may not offer to track everything, but with some smart shopping, you can easily find one that tracks just the data you care about.
Here are five of our favorite trackers that can get you started down the path to good health, each for around fifty bucks.
The small, clippable Fitbit Zip keeps tabs on your steps taken…
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