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Delivery was a bit long but here it is! Please welcome the new updated version of our WithBaby app, dedicated to the Smart Baby Monitor. Firstly, we would like to thank the 30-or-so Withingers who were kind enough to help us BETA-test it before its release on all kinds of Android devices (in French and in English). We paid special attention to the Android user experience. We wanted it to be seamless and natural. And now let’s check out this latest brew.
We have recently discussed the Withings Health Cloud that allows users to import data from RunKeeper and Zeo into their Withings dashboard. The development of the Health Cloud however does not mean that we have given up our policy of making it possible for Withings users to export their data to other websites, quite the contrary. In the past weeks, we have added several new names to the list of our partners, both for the body scale and for the blood pressure monitor. Today, we’d like to shed some light on one of those partners: MedHelp.
There are now plenty of health applications for all formats of mobile phones and tablets. From self-tracking apps to electronic health records to applications that remind you to take your medication. Today, we’ll shed some light on a specific category of apps: applications for self-diagnosis.
Keeping in touch with your professional and personal network, listening to music, posting photos of your own life, geotagging, etc.
Smartphones are now part of our everyday life. As the above-mentioned examples show, smartphone applications have become part of a lot of people’s lives, and in the future they will also change people’s relationship to healthcare. Read more
The Withings team is really proud to introduce you to our new partner, Noom Weight Loss. This full-featured app helps you achieve your weight loss goals by combining exercise tracking, food logging and motivating into one easy-to-use package. By reading this article you will find out everything there is to know about this app, its various functionalities and even how to use it. Read more
In case you haven’t heard of it yet, Libra is a free Android app that tracks your weight and display only the trend line (as suggested by the Hacker’s Diet). It helps to focus on your real weight evolution. With more than 300 000 users and rated 4.5/5,