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have great potential for tracking human motion variables for research and clinical practice. Smartphones are beginning to be used as tools for analysing movement because of their low cost, easy accessibility and small size for multiple applications such as quantifying human motion ( Nishiguchi et al., 2012 ) and physical characteristics ( Galán-Mercant and Cuesta-Vargas, 2013 ), identifying and quantifying physical activity ( Wu et al., 2012 ), fall detection ( Mellone et al., 2012 ), functional tests ( Galán-Mercant et al., 2014 ) and range of motion measurements