An update to the iOS WebMD app offers a new feature to aggregate lifestyle data into a meaningful interface. The new feature actually sounds similar to Apple’s Health Kit goals.
The new Healthy Target feature brings together data on steps, sleep, weight, and blood glucose from multiple sources. The feature is compatible with devices from Entra, Fitbit, Jawbone, and Withings. In addition, using the motion co-processor iPhone 5s users can track steps with the phone itself.
The app allows you to set goals, track progress, and offers reports that are easier to understand.
Version 5.0 of the app is available now from the App Store.
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