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MLANCE1 SparkPoints: (3,628)
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11/6/13 4:04 P

Any phone will run it. I have an Android but I believe they have it for iPhone too.

GO-HEALTHY Posts: 124
11/6/13 3:40 P

emoticon I have never heard of Noom Walk. What kind of phone do you have?

MLANCE1 SparkPoints: (3,628)
Fitness Minutes: (78)
Posts: 34
11/5/13 8:30 P

Noom Walk on my phone. No gps required and doesn't use up your battery at all.

DROPCONE Posts: 1,592
11/5/13 3:34 P

I'm also using an omron. Very accurate.

TOBI-DAWNE SparkPoints: (13,795)
Fitness Minutes: (17,305)
Posts: 59
11/5/13 3:32 P

DH and I each have one of the WiiU trackers (designed for use with Wii Fit U). It's pretty awesome, and I love the digital read outs and graphs that outline what kind of activity and elevation we worked at. It's cool. LOL

SISSIROMY888 SparkPoints: (29,451)
Fitness Minutes: (46,478)
Posts: 8
11/5/13 7:36 A

I use the Omron HJ-112, you can buy it at

It has done wonders for me. It does not use the spring mechanism to count the steps so it gives a lot less fake steps than the cheap peds do. You can adjust for step stride (google search to measure yours -- usually for an average woman, it's 24-inch, but there are lots of ways to measure your stride more accurately).

I bought it in Aug 2011 and it's still going strong. I only had to change the battery twice since then. Good luck.

GO-HEALTHY Posts: 124
11/5/13 6:09 A

EXCLUDING the FitBit and the Spark Activity tracker

Which pedometer are you using?

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