On June 29, 2012, Nike released an update to its Nike+ FuelBand app for iPhone and iPod touch. The update was designed in order to improve the overall app running experience.
This is what Nike had to say about the update:
“One of the major additions to the update includes integration with Path – the mobile platform that lets you share your activity with your close friends and family. The partnership allows you to sync your Nike+ FuelBand activity with your Path profile allowing the user to keep track of the places and moments where they collected their NikeFuel. At the end of your day, you will see a graph of progress against your goal and the Path moments that align with that progress. Now, with Path, you can share the moments that matter, and now your daily NikeFuel goal, with the people who matter to you.
In addition, the new app update also allows background syncing without actually having to open up the app.
Setting the time can now be done through the app as opposed to just via your computer. And data is now held offline so you can view your activity without the need to be connected. Finally, you are now able to check the battery level through the app rather than wait for the warning that you are approaching time to charge.”
Source: Nike, Inc. and Engadget