Does the jawbone app still work?

Does the jawbone app still work?

Having gotten a couple Jawbone Up24 devices a few years ago for dirt cheap (<$10 each used) I thought it was a great deal, until Jawbone shut down their servers recently. The app no longer works for tracking steps or sleep, you can’t create new accounts or anything anymore.

What app works with jawbone up3?

The Up Platform has already been integrated into ten iOS apps, including IFTTT, LoseIt, Maxwell Health, MapMyFitness, MyFitnessPal, Notch, RunKeeper, Sleepio, Wello, and Withings.

Is there an app that works with Jawbone Up?

Simply open up your UP app, tap on Apps in the menu, and then select the ones you want to connect to. RunKeeper, MapMyFitness, Fitmo, Strava, and Sleepio are just a few of the supported apps. You can get a full list of the compatible apps over in the Jawbone marketplace.

How do I download the Jawbone app?

Create an UP account, download the UP app Go to and select Sign Up to create an account. Then download the UP app to your mobile device (be sure to select the correct app for your UP product) and sync it to your account.

Is Jawbone coming back?

Jawbone isn’t dead – and there are signs that the company is prepping a new fitness tracker. A device from Jawbone, called the Band B, has been spotted receiving Bluetooth certification, and it reveals what the company has been doing since it imploded back in 2017.

How do I set up my jawbone?

  1. Create an UP account, download the UP app. Go to and select Sign Up to create an account.
  2. Connect to your wellness program account. Click Connect Your Jawbone on the Getting Started page.
  3. Authorize the connection. Once you click Connect, you’ll be taken to the Jawbone site.
  4. Begin your wellness program.

How do you use Jawbone earpiece?

To wear your Jawbone, tuck the earloop behind your ear, place the earbud snugly inside your ear, and rest the voice activity sensor on your cheek as shown in the diagram. It is important for the voice activity sensor to touch your cheek.

What is a Jawbone device?

The Jawbone UP is a fitness accessory and iPhone app. When plugged into an iPhone, the Jawbone UP can transmit data collected during your activities. The app, also provided by Jawbone, displays the data so that you can track your progress. It also monitors your sleep patterns during the night.

What happened Jawbone Bluetooth?

Share All sharing options for: Jawbone is going out of business. Jawbone as we knew it is no more. The tech company that produced Bluetooth earpieces and wireless speakers before betting everything on fitness tracking has entered into liquidation proceedings, according to a new report from The Information.

Where can I download apps for my Jawbone UP?

Device Finder for Jawbone UP24, UP2, UP3, and UP4 on the App Store Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps. Lost your Jawbone UP?

Is the Jawbone UP24 still relevant five years on?

Five years on, in a climate of consumer devices bringing lab-quality scientific data in athletic performance, sleep quality and overall health, the Jawbone UP24 looks decidedly dated, but its influence cannot be understated.

What is the jawbone connected companion app?

It was the first Jawbone tracker in the range to offer wireless syncing to the companion app via Bluetooth Low Energy, something we take for granted five years on. On the previous generation it was necessary to manually sync data through a physical connection. As for the companion app, it was perfectly designed for newcomers to wearable technology.

How do I Stop My Jawbone UP from syncing with my iPhone?

To avoid having your Jawbone UP and your iPhone sync the same steps, iPhone Step Counting needs to be turned off. Go to Settings App -> Privacy -> Motion and Fitness -> Fitness Tracking and turn the Health switch to off.