Don't suppose there's any plans for a web interface on my Up data?
I'd find entering food, particularly when doing so manually/adjusting input levels, much easier on a website than on the phone. Plus, as I often use the iPad to do my sync and am near a computer more often than iOS device (I have a work iphone but my main portable device is an android phone), it removes the necessity to keep something to hand just for food/mood or having to remember for later in the day and doing it all at once with band sync.
I agree, a web interface would be great. Not only that, but perhaps a lightweight application that would allow us to plug the band into the USB charger and sync via the computer. I know that it's pretty painless to do via my iPhone, but it would be nice if I was already at my computer to charge it to just sync it up right there and be able to have a nice large screen to view/edit my data on.
I have an iPhone and an iPad, but for data entry, I much prefer a browser-based option on my MacBook. You won't need to spend as much money on marketing and advertising if you make it easy for your biggest fans and power-nerds to promote on their social channels (including G+) and enter data in whatever way works best for them. Make it fun, and we'll be your unpaid marketing team!
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Maybe the method JawboneAlex posted here
would give you what you need?
I haven't tried it, though, since I don't actually have an UP yet; I'm still waiting for the additional colors to be available.
I also want a web interface. It is time consuming to enter food items on my phone. Also, it is conspicuous to do at work--I'd rather be able to enter data straight from my computer.
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