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Moves 2.0 Features iOS 7 Design, M7 Integration And New Battery Saving Mode

Moves, the automatic no-gadgets-required activity-tracking app for iPhone, has just been updated to version 2.0.

Moves 2.0 introduces a revamped interface that is, of course, based on the clean and simple visual design of iOS 7.

Perhaps more importantly, though, Moves 2.0 adds support for Apple's M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, which makes for increased tracking accuracy. In addition, it introduces a new battery saving mode to increase battery life by up to 40 percent under normal use:

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Moves has been designed to use GPS and other sensors sparingly. The app relies mostly on acceleration data, cell tower and Wi-Fi locations. The new Battery Saving Mode will further minimize battery consumption when stationary in a place.

Moves 2.0 also brings support for the following languages: Chinese (Simplified), French, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.

Moves 2.0 is available as a free update to existing users. For new users, it’s available for the introductory price of $1.99 until the end of this month and for the normal price of $2.99 thereafter.

For more information on the app, pre-version 2.0, check out It's Time To Keep Track Of Your Daily Activities With Moves and AppAdvice Daily: Get Moving With Moves.

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