Nike Move+ app goes live, takes advantage of iPhone 5s M7 motion chip

First shown off in October’s iPhone 5s rollout, the Nike Move+ app went live yesterday. If you’ve got an iPhone 5s, you can take advantage of the app to see where and how much you move during the day. I suspect this is the first of many such apps that will take advantage of the M7 motion coprocessor. Another marketing discriminator for the iPhone 5s.



  • http://www.adammiarka.com Adam Miarka

    Argus and Strava are additional apps that use the M7 chip. Glad to see Nike finally release this. Hopefully it will get more people to look at activity tracking in general.

  • http://www.yourmaclifeshow.com/ Shawn King

    Apps like these are depressing because they show just how much of a lazy lump I am…

  • CJ

    Pedometer++ is a simple app that reads the M7 data.