Hands-on with the Misfit Shine physical activity monitor

We go hands-on with the Misfit Shine, an elegant physical activity monitor

Unfortunately, Android users are out of luck: to use the Shine you'll need an iPhone 4S or later, an iPod touch 5th Gen or later, an iPad 3rd Gen or later, or an iPad mini. Interestingly, the company said it was working on an Android app before the product officially launched, but announced back in May it was dropping that to focus solely on iOS.

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  • LC

    Love my Shine! But it's lost. :-(
    Four times since I got it on August 3, 2013, my Shine has randomly popped out of its wristband.
    I am hoping it turns up somewhere. Just lost it tonight and Im going to miss it a lot if It isnt found soon!

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