Each app Evidation integrates with shares information with us differently.
Evidation rewards verified points using an algorithm for accumulating points, and unverified data with a set amount of points. For example, with Fitbit's step counter, we are able to verify the number of steps a member accumulates because we're pulling directly from Fitbit's count.
Some of the information we pull from some apps are unverifiable data, which means we cannot verify through the wearable device that this action occurred. So for a bike ride, we would need the distance and time logged to reward more points.
Manually entered data is considered unverifiable and is rewarded with six points per action.
In short, the number of points per action depends on which app you are using and how the data is entered into the app.