Last year, when Motorola announced the Droid RAZR, it also announced a sports tracking device for fitness freaks, the MotoACTV. When Motorola had originally announced the device, the ACTV was capable of tracking only outdoor sports activities, which required the use of a GPS.
However, Motorola has now announced in a blog post that it will soon be releasing a new software update for the MotoACTV that will add support for more than 40 new activities including yoga, Pilates, Dancing and Martial arts. The software update will also bring other enhancements like the ability to directly setup Wi-Fi on the device, host your own competitions and more. The update will also enable users to enable the display on the ACTV by just a flick. Hopefully, this software update from Motorola will make the ACTV appeal to a wider range of audience.
According to Motorola, this is just a ‘sneak peek’ of what the new software update is going to bring to the ACTV. The new update for the ACTV is scheduled to go live on March 7 around the world.