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Government spending £3,000,000 to create its own version of Fitbit

1 month ago   |   By Metro

A government app is being created to help people eat better and exercise more
A new app helping people to eat better and exercise more will launch next year, the government has announced .
From January 2022, a pilot will see users wearing wrist-worn devices giving them personalised health advice , such as increasing their step count, eating more fruit and vegetables and decreasing portion size.
They will collect points for healthy behaviour, unlock rewards such as gym passes, clothes or food vouchers and discounts for shops, cinema and theme park tickets .
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