Category Archives: Smartwatch Comparisons

The 5 Best Smartwatches for Strava

Strava is a mobile and Web-based app that uses GPS data to track running and cycling activity. You can upload your activity and fitness data to Strava and the service will give you a number of statistics, such as elevation, running pace, and heart rate, among others. You will also see how you compared with other users. Strava… Read More »

Fitbit Ionic vs. Asus Zenwatch 2: Which Fitness Smartwatch is for You?

Fitbit Ionic made waves when it was launched earlier this year.  It may not have been the company’s first smartwatch, but it boasts new features such as an embedded GPS and NFC payments.  How does it compare to the Asus Zenwatch 2? Fitbit Ionic  Design and display  You can buy the Ionic in three color combinations: slate blue and burnt orange, charcoal and smoke gray, and blue-gray and silver… Read More »

Huawei Watch vs. Moto 360: Which is Best for You?

Android Wear powers some of the best smartwatches available now. Google has given smartwatch manufacturers a platform that would allow them to deliver the best smart features to their users. Not only that, it is an operating system that can take advantage of a whole range of apps. With Android Wear, you can be sure that different smartwatches… Read More »

Fitbit Ionic vs. Apple Watch 2: Find Out Which to Love!

Fitbit is well known for its fitness trackers.  While most of its early competition offered subpar devices that failed in comparison, the company rolled out well-made trackers. However, things in the fitness tracker space is now heating up and Fitbit is finding worthy rivals made by TomTom, Samsung, and Garmin.  And with Apple entering the fitness tracking space… Read More »

Fossil Q vs. Moto 360: Which is Best?

Android Wear is a stripped-down version of Android, meant for use on wearables and smartwatches. Two of the most notable brands of Android Wear-powered smartwatches available now are Motorola’s (2nd Generation) and Smartwatches. Moto 360 (2nd Generation) Those who have seen or have owned a first generation would agree that the second iteration of this smartwatch looks a… Read More »