Ever since our phones became “smart” the fitness factor has always fallen into the equation. If you are among those who need to watch their weight and need more incentive to sweat it off, the option to stay fit using favorite Android Apps is a great one.
The StepLock app created by Leonardo Cavaletti aspires to be the highway to your fitness regime. By effectively forcing you to get off your lazy butt and walk a certain way, StepLock put you on the path on how to stay fit using favorite Android Apps.
Step 1: Download the StepLock App
To begin your journey to fitness with the best incentive Android has to offer, begin by downloading the StepLock – Walk & Unlock app. This cool app does not require root access to work and is available on the Google Play Store for free.
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Step 2: Lock favorite Apps using Pedometer
The first time you launch the StepLock app, it will greet you with a welcome guide on how the app works. You will now be able to see the floating “+” icon at the bottom-right of the screen, so tap on it to lock one of your favorite apps.
By using the “+” and “-“ button on the left and right side to increase or decrease the steps required to unlock the app. Moreover, you can also set the days that you want to lock the particular app, using the days of the week given at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: Stay Fit using Favorite Android Apps
Once you have set the apps you want to lock as an incentive to help you walk more, press the toggle switch at the top of the screen. You will be able to see all the apps that you have locked, along with the steps required to unlock them right next to it.
From now on, every time you try to open one of the apps that have been locked with StepLock, you will be denied access until you walk to decided steps. Once the built-in pedometer recognizes that a right number of steps have been walked by the user, the apps will be automatically unlocked and available to the users.
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