A new app for iOS that allows users to track their health data and track the results is finally available to the public, and the result is awesome.
The app, called Hype, allows users in the U.S. and abroad to track everything from heart rate and sleep to weight and cholesterol.
Users also have access to daily and weekly data from a variety of sources including Fitbit and Jawbone.
The app is available for free for iPhone and Android devices.
Hype has a very simple interface, and users just need to sign up to access the API.
There’s no need to download or install anything.
The first step is to create a new profile on the app, which takes about 10 minutes.
Once created, the app will then ask users for the name of their primary doctor and a few details about their medical history.
Once that’s done, users can start tracking their progress.
Each day, a new day will be added to the list, and then they will be shown the stats from the previous day.
This gives users the ability to see how their stats have changed over time.
When it comes to daily data, users are able to see the total calories burned, heart rate, sleep, and weight.
When data is broken down by gender, age, and location, the data can also be filtered by gender.
Hype also allows users, with a little effort, to export their data to CSV format.
This allows users who want to export data to an excel spreadsheet to do so.
The CSV file is stored in the app and can be edited.
It’s a simple process, but it’s the kind of thing users can get excited about.
Users can download the app for free here, and Hype has been on the App Store since March.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a great health tracking product.
The Fitbit Echo2 app is an absolute gem, and there are plenty of other apps out there.
If you’re not already familiar with the Fitbit device, check out the review to see why it’s worth checking out.
In the end, though, the best health tracking apps come from the top of the line.
Apple’s Health app is the best of the bunch.
It provides users with a dashboard with graphs, graphs that have data, and even a virtual heart rate monitor.
Google’s Health Tracker is a fantastic alternative, but Apple’s app is even better.
It has all the data that Apple provides, but the app is a little more user friendly and doesn’t require users to log in to the Google app.