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Review: Striiv Play makes workouts more fun

At a Glance

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  • Play
    $70.00

    The Striiv Play isn't really a second-generation product for the company - that is, it doesn't replace its first-generation smart pedometer. Instead, it's a useful alternative for people who want to use...

At a Glance

The Striiv Play isn't really a second-generation product for the company - that is, it doesn't replace its first-generation smart pedometer. Instead, it's a useful alternative for people who want to use Striiv's smart pedometer functionality on their smartphone instead of a standalone device.

Price when rated: $70

Pros

  • App is free and accessible to any iOS device running iOS 3.0 or higher.
  • Play lets you leave your iOS device at home or in a locker while you workout.

Cons

  • Play requires Bluetooth 4.0
  • The Striiv app no longer has a Walkathon mini-app for donating to charity.
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