Digifit selected as a finalist in the CTIA 2011 Emerging Technology Awards

Digifit, the first heart rate monitor for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, has been selected as a finalist in the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association E-Technology Awards(CTIA) program for 2011! The CTIA has celebrated and promoted some of the most innovative wireless products and services in the areas of consumer, enterprise and network technology since 2006, and all CTIA E-Tech submissions are judged on innovation, functionality, technological importance or impact, implementation and overall “wow” factor.

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  1. bdcnil2 says:

    Any possibility of adjusting the zones to your own personal settings? I use iCardio app to monitor my cardiac rehab and I am limited to the lower lever heart rates.

    • The current version of Digifit does not allow the user to create custom heart rate zones. This is a much-requested feature and something that will be available in a future update. If you are mostly working in the lower level heart rates, a workaround could be changing your max heart rate (temporarily) so that lower level heart rates would be displayed.

      To do so, go to My Digifit -> My Profile -> Max Heart Rate. Then you can manually set your max to what you see fit, and the zones will adjust accordingly.

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