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Health Mate - Steps tracker & Life coach
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Health & Fitness||2.9.0||November 10, 2015||3.88|
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Version 2.9.0 released on November 10, 2015
Introducing Nutrition Tracking Food logged through MyFitnessPal now syncs in real time to your Health Mate timeline. With nutrition and weight data all in one place, it’s easier than ever to reach your goals. Milestone Animations Be on the lookout for new animations designed to encourage and amuse you. We love your input, so feel free to share your feedback when you receive your first animation. Quick Actions for iPhone 6S and 6S+ With Quick Actions you can now access most of your Health Mate data right on your home screen. What will you do with all that saved time?
Version 2.8.0 released on September 04, 2015
- Fixes a bug where the number of steps displayed can be miscalculated - Other minor bug fixes.
Version 2.8.1 released on September 28, 2015
Version 2.7.0 released on August 05, 2015
***Easy badge access is here Now you can get to all your badges from the top righthand corner of the app. ***Badge bonanza We’ve regrouped all the badges in one place so you can easily bask in your own glory. ***Improved Apple Health sync If you activated "Apple Health" in your Profile, data from your Withings scale will now be uploaded in background. Our engineers need your <3! If you like Health Mate, would you mind leaving a nice review on the App Store? It would mean the world to us.
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Health Mate tracks your everyday activity and heart rate using sensors in your iPhone. Invite any of your friends to a steps challenge and get motivation to move more. Connect with Withings' line of health trackers for a seamless health coaching experience. GPS is only used to help us tracking steps on iPhone < 5s. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
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