Portland-based Walker Tracker, the service that lets you record and compare your pedometer progress, has unveiled some early work using the Walker Tracker API in combination with the new Google Chart API.
For more, visit Walker Tracker.
Portland-based Walker Tracker, a community for pedometer-wearing walkers to track their steps over time, has announced the release of a “pro” version of its service and a new feature for everyone: competition.
Walker Tracker Pro is a for-pay feature with a user-set pricing model, ala Radiohead’s In Rainbows and LibraryThing. Initial features include daily rank, charting aerobic steps, and priority email support. Paying for the service also removes ads.
As for competition:
You can now lay down the step gauntlet against any other walker on the site, and even challenge those who have yet to join.
No one in your league for competition? Well. then step it up to the next level by choosing to compete against a Greek god, then. (Personally, I’m waiting until my favorite Greek god, Hephaestus, shows up as an option.)
For more information, see Walker Tracker.
One billion steps later, that journey continues.
To see how that total number of steps breaks down into the people who have taken them, try starting at the Walker Tracker Hall of Fame.
SplashCast hits one million. Walker Tracker hits one billion. Do I hear one trillion? Anyone? Anyone?