Apple’s Healthbook App Leaked In Multiple Screenshots

By Vivek

It's high time for Apple to come up with something new and better this year. Its been ages that we have been hearing about the company's iWatch and several years have passed without any major new developments. However, the Cupertino-based tech giant's health app might interest a lot of people and the last time it was spoken about was back in January, but the details were pretty vague then.

Apple’s Healthbook App Leaked In Multiple Screenshots


Now reports from 9To5mac has come up showing the full app in details and it is called as Healthbook wherein the iPhone users will find a number of other necessary health tracking options. According to the site, the app will feature options like bloodwork, heart rate, hydration, blood pressure, physical activity, nutrition, blood sugar, sleep, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, and weight.

Apple’s Healthbook App Leaked In Multiple Screenshots

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In terms of the apps availability it is bot clear, but Apple is reportedly said to be currently testing the Healthbook software with iOS 8, the next version of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operating system. And if the application is tied to an Apple-built device, the launch would likely be connected to that hardware and may not be introduced alongside other iOS 8 functionality during Apple's mid-2014 Worldwide Developer's Conference.

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The company has not confirmed anything about the app as of now and if the app comes sooner than its expected date, Samsung could consider refreshing the S Health App as well.


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