Apple partners launch ‘GetActiveIndia’ challenge for Watch users

Apple partners in India on Monday launched a a nationwide “GetActiveIndia” challenge for users, aimed at encouraging people to stay active and fit by closing their Activity rings on their Watch everyday.

The challenge by Apple’s national distributors (Redington/Ingram) and authorised resellers will run from February 15 to March 14.

By closing the Activity Rings everyday, participants accumulate points which improves the ranking of the city they represent on the overall leaderboard.

Each day, participants are awarded an Achievement badge on the Challenges App basis the points earned, which is 40 points for a Bronze, 60 points for a Silver and 80m points for a Gold badge, according to the Apple partners.

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To participate in the “GetActiveIndia” challenge, just download Challenges App on your iPhone, enter the code ‘India’ and select the city.

Based on the individual’s body weight, participant’s are assigned a Move goal by the Challenges App.

Participants earn 12 points each time they close the Move Ring. A maximum of 36 Move points can be earned each day.

Exercise points are awarded on closing the Exercise Ring on Apple Watch.

Participants earn 12 points each time they close the Exercise Ring. A maximum of 36 Move points can be earned each day.

Participants earn 1 point for each Stand hour and a maximum of 14 Stand points can be earned each day.

Participants earn 12 bonus points each day on closing all three Activity Rings in one day.

Participants can join the GetActiveIndia Challenge anytime during the course of the challenge.



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