What if a wristband could track your eating habits, exercise schedule and sleep patterns? With her new device called Larklife, that's exactly what Lark CEO Julia Hu hopes consumers will do.
The product will be similar to Hu's Lark Pro, "a sleep monitoring and coaching service," reports Tech Crunch. However, rather than focusing specifically on sleep, Larklife will help improve general wellness.
Larklife is actually made up of three different products -- two wristbands (one for the day and one to wear at night) and an iOS app. Stats like calories burned, steps taken, distance traveled, food consumed and sleep are all tracked by the system to help the wearer reach his or her goals.
While the promotional wristband certainly looks sleek, Hu asserts that the software is what's really impressive. Unlike most fitness apps, Larklife "is designed to give users tips throughout the day, which they can act on in the moment," reports Tech Crunch. "For example, if you don’t sleep as much as usual, it might point out that it’s particularly important to eat breakfast, and it will also congratulate you for accomplishments like walking 1,000 steps in one day."
Larklife is due out sometime this year and will cost $149.99. Do you think it will be a success?