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One of the most prominent features of the iPhone 4S is the introduction of “Siri”.
Siri is a personal assistant software equipped with advanced voice and phrase recognition capabilities. It distinguishes itself from the previous generation of voice-recogntition apps, such as Android’s Google Voice Actions, by its unmatched ability to understand “normal” phrases and react in a variety of ways: if you ask Siri to do something, it will use the correct app in the iPhone to obey your instructions. If you ask it a more open question, it will also mobilize its database and its connection to the Internet to try to find the most relevant answer.
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
Did you know that the new version of the Withings application enables you to browse all your data at the same time? Check out this video tutorial to understand how it works. Read more
We are so proud to announce our new partnership with this fantastic app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch which lets you track your weight and Body Mass Index on a daily basis. This app is a real phenomenon with close to 1,000,000 users. So now you can synchronise your Withings Body Scale with this partner app in a click of a button and Read more
Following on from the first WiFi Body Scale, Withings is launching its connected Blood Pressure Monitor (BPM) which will revolutionise how you take your blood pressure. This is all thanks to a ground-breaking system which allows you to follow your recordings directly on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. From now on, taking blood pressure will be as easy and painless as using the telephone! Read more