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Apple starts approving HealthKit apps

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Apple starts approving HealthKit apps

On Friday, Healthkit enabled purposes started showing on the App Store following iOS 8.zero.2 launch. As first noticed by 9to5mac this morning, health and well being associated purposes for the iPhone and iPad at the moment are being accepted with HealthKit compatibility following yesterday’s iOS 8.zero.2 launch.

One of the primary apps to have acquired HealthKit help is Flask’s FitPort (pictured under), a $1.99 program that acts as a alternative for Apple’s inventory Health app in iOS 8. It integrates with the inventory Health app and supplies quite a lot of fascinating dashboards to trace your health and physique stats in a easy and delightful method.

Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal, a free iPhone application and some of the well-liked meals monitoring utilities on the App Store, must be up to date for HealthKit later immediately, bringing its knowledge to iOS 8’s Health app.

To benefit from HealthKit-powered apps, you will want to replace your units to the newest iOS 8.zero.2 firmware. In addition to fixing mobile connection woes and Touch ID points plaguing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units after the a lot-maligned iOS 8.zero.1 replace, iOS 8.zero.2 additionally incorporates a bunch of fixes for different teething points.

[9to5Mac]
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