Smartwatch manufacturers are rolling out new devices that use the same OS as their more traditional smartwatch counterparts, but some are taking things a step further and introducing the ability to manage your health and fitness tracking from your wrist.
We’ve already covered the upcoming Samsung Gear Fit 2, which is due to launch later this year.
Other companies, including Apple, Microsoft, and Huawei are also working on smartwatches that are built on the Pebble platform, which allows for more advanced user controls.
And now there’s another device in the works, which will allow users to track and manage their fitness tracking directly from their wrist.
Called the Health app, the wearable is currently only available for Apple Watch owners and has been released to the public as a free update.
While it’s a free app, it’s actually a smartwatch app with the ability for users to control the hardware and sensors inside.
While the app has not yet been approved for public release by Apple, we’re told that the developer is already working on the app.
This is the first time we’ve heard of a smartwatch app with a full-blown user interface, and while the software is still in development, we expect to see this one available to the general public as soon as next month.
It’s possible that the app will include a host of other features that are different from those of the current Pebble software.
This app is designed for people who work out regularly, which means it will track your daily calorie intake, sleep, and activity, and track your heart rate, blood pressure, and more.
As of now, it appears that the Health application does not have a built-in calorie counter, but it does include some basic health metrics that can be accessed by using a dedicated app.
The Health app will also track how long you’ve been awake, which might be helpful for people with sleep issues.
Apple’s Health app is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and is available now for $4.99.
The new Health app uses the Pebble OS, which we first heard about in a recent Apple Watch Developer Conference presentation.
The Pebble OS is based on the iOS platform, but its interface is much closer to the Android and Windows Phone platforms.
This means that the user interface is based off of the same Material Design features that have been present in the Pebble 2, Pebble 3, and Pebble 4.
It also has an additional feature called the Activity tracking, which uses the Bluetooth 4.0 standard.
This allows users to get real-time data about their activity, including heart rate and blood pressure.
While this may sound similar to other third-party health apps on the market, it can be more user-friendly for people like myself, who like to track my sleep and heart rate.
The app has also been able to add in a bunch of additional features, including support for Google Fit, a new fitness tracker that was announced last month, and some other nifty features.
It includes a notification center that displays all the apps you’ve used in the last 30 days, as well as a fitness tracker icon that you can swipe up from the top of the screen to access other apps on your smartwatch.
It supports multiple colors and patterns for each color, and it supports custom icons for both the activity tracker and fitness tracker.
The apps are also available in more than 50 languages.
While I’m not sure what kind of functionality Pebble 2 and Pebble 3 users will get out of this app, I’m sure that it will include some of the basic functionality we already know about.
It may not have all the features of the Pebble app, but for me personally, I can’t wait to use it on a daily basis.
It will be interesting to see how Apple manages to keep pace with all of these other apps coming out at the same time, as the new Health App will probably be available in a few weeks.
You can pre-order the Health App now for a $4,99 price tag.