Introducing Stepler Widgets: Your Step Goals Right at Your Fingertips!
Hello Stepler Community,
These sleek, convenient widgets allow you to track your progress towards your chosen step goal, right from your home or lockscreen.
🏃♂️ Keep Moving with Stepler
In our mission to help you stay motivated and move more, we've brought the Stepler experience closer to you than ever before. Now, with just a glance at your iPhone, you can see how close you are to reaching your daily step goal. Whether you're out for a run, walking to work, or just moving around the house, Stepler's widgets will keep you updated and inspired.
📱 Compatible with iOS 16 and Above
We've designed these widgets to be compatible with iOS 16 and above, ensuring that as many Stepler users as possible can enjoy this new feature. Simply update your app, and follow the quick setup guide to get started.
🚶 How to Set Up Stepler Widgets
- Update Stepler: Make sure you've updated to the latest version of the Stepler app.
- Choose Your Widget: Long press on your home screen, tap the ‘+' icon, and select Stepler from the widget list. If you have trouble, feel free to consult Apple’s user guide.
- Customize: Choose the widget size and style that fits you best.
- Stay Motivated: Watch your progress fill up throughout the day and push yourself to walk more!
🎉 Join Us in the Next Step
We believe that these new widgets will become an essential part of your daily routine, encouraging you to walk more and strive for better well-being. As always, we're here for any questions or feedback you might have.
Start walking towards a healthier you with the new Stepler widgets. Download or update Stepler now, and take your first step towards a more active lifestyle!
The Stepler Team
Please note: Widgets for iOS are currently only supported when using Apple Health as your chosen step-source. If you are using FitBit as your primary step-source, you may try the following:
Update your permissions in the Stepler application to allow for data to be accessed by Apple Health. After completing the aforementioned, you can switch back to using FitBit as your primary step-source.