Nowadays smartphones are ubiquitous in various aspects of our lives. The processing power, communication bandwidth, and the memory capacity of these devices have surged considerably in recent years. Besides, the variety of sensor types, such as accelerometer, gyroscope, humidity sensor, and bio-sensors, which are embedded in these devices, opens a new horizon in self-monitoring of physical daily activities. One of the primary steps for any research in the area of detecting daily life activities is to test a detection method on benchmark datasets. Most of the early datasets limited their work to collecting only a single type of sensor data such as accelerometer data. While some others do not consider age, weight, and gender of the subjects who have participated in collecting their activity data. Finally, part of the previous works collected data without considering the smartphone's position. In this paper, we introduce a new dataset, called Position-Aware Multi-Sensor (PAMS). The dataset contains both accelerometer and gyroscope data. The gyroscope data boosts the accuracy of activity recognition methods as well as enabling them to detect a wider range of activities. We also take the user information into account. Based on the biometric attributes of the participants, a separate learned model is generated to analyze their activities. We concentrate on several major activities, including sitting, standing, walking, running, ascending/descending stairs, and cycling. To evaluate the dataset, we use various classifiers, and the outputs are compared to the WISDM. The results show that using the aforementioned classifiers, the average precision for all activities is above 88.5%. Besides, we measure the CPU, memory, and bandwidth usage of the application collecting data on the smartphone.