The application, set to hit app stores at end of January, gets people going by introducing motivational messages, activity trends and comparisons, and more.
The wellness program, developed in partnership with Qualcomm Life, provides financial incentives of up to $1,500 per year to employees for being more active.
These companies will offer Fitbit activity trackers and programs to their employees, and in some cases, to their employees' family members.
The new features include Auto Pause exercise, support for Dynamic Workouts (aka sports), and the Set feature that helps with indoor exercises.
The application is designed to help employers take a holistic approach to improving the overall health of employees.
Available to Strava Premium members with iOS and Android devices, the feature enables riders to send location updates to their safety contacts.
The integration will make it easier for Kurbo's teen and adult users to track their exercise and weight statistics in the Kurbo app.
The two companies will work together to develop technology and services integration to help global organizations advance employee wellbeing initiatives.
The settlement terms include adidas granting a license for Under Armour and MapMyFitness to use its patents in exchange for a non-disclosed licensing fee.
The update provides users with a more holistic snapshot of their steps and sleep, letting them compare their current activity with past days, weeks and months.