It does not. Since the tracker has no way to measure elevation, if you use one of the general walking entries it assumes a flat course.
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Does anyone know if the fitness tracker takes in consideration hills when computing calories burned for a walk? When I use my run keeper app, which tracks distance, sped and elevations, my number for calories burned is always higher than it reports on spark fitness tracker.
I think the answer is no, but I still want to ask.
My name is Martha. My new ticker shows me slow as a bunny and going up and down . I want to level out!
2003 : began WW 47 # heavier than now .
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