If you’re a fan of wearable technology, you’ve probably heard of the Apple Watch. It’s a sleek and powerful device that combines fashion, fitness, and productivity in one compact package. One of its most valuable features is the ability to track steps.
Step tracking is a popular way to monitor physical activity and measure progress toward workout goals. And when it comes to accurate and convenient step counting, the Apple Watch is hard to beat. Whether you’re a dedicated walker, a casual stroller, or an avid hiker, the Apple Watch can help you stay motivated and on track.
In this post, we’ll explore the benefits of step tracking steps on the Apple Watch and show you how to use this feature to enhance your fitness routine. Let’s lace up our sneakers and get started!
Tracking Steps with Apple Watch
Apple Watch monitors step count more accurately than other fitness watches using the Fitness app. This feature makes Apple Watch the best choice for people like you who enjoy walking. Another way is for you to add a Pedometer to your Watch face. It will help you track the number of steps you walk daily without going through the Fitness app on your Apple Watch.
How to Monitor Your Step Count on An Apple Watch?
Using this feature when you wear an Apple Watch will automatically keep track of the number of steps you take and monitor other health updates throughout the day. Here’s how to set it up:
Step 1: Open the activity application on the Apple Watch
Step 2: Check daily steps, total distance, and the flights you climbed
Step 3: Go to the weekly summary and view more information.
If you want to see your step count and previous day’s activity, you must use your iPhone’s Fitness App.
How to Monitor your Apple Watch Steps on your iPhone?
The iPhone shows the steps you have taken or the distance you have covered in different ways. You can either see the Daily Steps or the Daily Distance Covered. Here’s how to achieve that.
Step 1: Open the Fitness app on your iPhone
Once open, find and click the Summary option in the Menu Tab. Then toggle the Activity rings located at the uppermost part of the screen. Now you have to swipe down to the bottom of the screen. Here you will see your step count and distance traveled. You can also choose a different day by swiping left or right on the Activity rings at the screen’s top or clicking the calendar icon.
How to View Your Step Count on the Face of Your Apple Watch?
Apple Watch counts and keeps the history of your step count. If you want your step count shown on your watch face, you will need a ‘complication’ on your Apple Watch. The Complication feature will provide you with a fast reference as well as an additional boost of incentive.
The Activity app does not take into account your Apple Watch steps, it merely displays your activity rings. It shows you your calorie, move, and stand aims, respectively. To do this, you have to download a third-party program named Pedometer++.
Other pedometers may have more complicated interfaces, but this one is free and straightforward. It also provides a different method to see the number of steps you’ve taken on the face of your Apple Watch. Please note that while the Pedometer++ complication allows you to display your step count on the front of your Apple Watch, it may not always provide you with the most recent statistics.
Because it is a third-party app, the complication will not be able to update in real-time. This means that it may be some time before the number of steps you have taken appears on your Watch face.
Adding a Step Counter to your Watch’s Face
You may now add a step counter to the face of your Apple Watch using the third-party Complication Lab software. This will help you view your steps in real time. This app is helpful for people with unique health complications. With it, you can input your unique health complications and track your steps to help you reach your personal health goals.
Apple does not currently have a built-in method for tracking complications-associated actions. Now you can feel confident using it, create a fitness plan for yourself while walking to your school or office, and crush all your health, fitness, and even sleep goals.