Originally the iPhone exclusive, it managed to attract more than 2.5 million downloads from Apple's AppStore.
Hubbard will lead the company's Platform Solutions practice, focusing on defining the company's core APIs for MapMyFitness partners.
The catalogue kicks off with some 16 apps, including Earndit, EveryMove, Tictrac, Narrato Journal, Moves Export, Proves, MMapper and Nudge.
The application has a simple interface that lets users build a list of medications and setup reminders in just a few seconds using the built-in database of drugs.
Importing workout data from UP is easy, and it will populate entire day's worth of steps as a single "Walk" workout.
Through the MapMyFitness platform, users can view, track and share their fitness progress, creating an environment that constantly encourages and challenges them.
The new Training tab allows users to find a trustworthy plan that fits their goals, with many options to choose from on all ends of the spectrum.
When you track 10,000+ daily steps with your UP band, it will count as a workout toward your weekly Pact.
One of the cool features included in this release, Rate My Run, will let runners rate how they feel after each workout, from "crushed my goal" to "took it easy."
Users will be able to quickly check for potential drug interactions by comparing over-the-counter (OTC) products with their prescriptions and other OTCs.