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PC Mag says:

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Larklife introduces a unique and simplified app experience to the recent fitness-tracking craze, but its clunky wristband and high price hold it back. Better and less expensive gadgets abound. quote


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PC Mag Dec 21, 2012

Larklife introduces a unique and simplified app experience to the recent fitness-tracking craze, but its clunky wristband and high price hold it back. Better and less expensive gadgets abound.

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About Jan 2, 2013

Overall, I prefer Jawbone UP and Fitbit One, both of which track sleep quality as well as activity, and both of which have allow true diet tracking via a food diary. The Jawbone UP also will vibrate to wake you.

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TechCrunch Oct 8, 2012

Larklife is really a combination of three different products — a daytime wristband, a nighttime wristband, and an iOS app. Together, the system tracks basic fitness statistics (calories burned, distance traveled, steps taken), food eaten, and sleep.

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