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About movisensXS

movisensXS is the next generation research tool for ambulatory assessment. Ambulatory assessment refers to the use of computer-assisted methodology for self-reports, behavior records, or physiological measurements, while the participant undergoes normal daily activities. This approach includes the experience sampling method (ESM) a.k.a. ecological momentary assessment (EMA). Visit http://xs.movisens.com for more information.

This app is a general assessment tool for various studies. The app needs lots of permissions because there are some studies that also assess behavioral data. If you participate in a study please consult your researcher which information is recorded. The researcher is not allowed to record any data with movisensXS that can identify you as a person. movisensXS always tries to protect your privacy and stores your data in a pseudonymized way.


This app uses Accessibility services. Some studies may require this feature to do research on users with disabilities.

movisensXS is not a medical device.

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Not just this app, but the overall movisensXs system is great tool for researchers
Martin Gjoreski