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Humana’s iOS app now works with HealthKit, offers rewards

Humana’s iOS app now works with HealthKit, offers rewards

Apple’s HealthKit finally got some much-needed integration over the weekend, and the apps taking advantage keep trickling in. Some, like Centered, aim to bring balance via meditation — not for everyone. Healthcare provider Humana has updated their app to work with Apple’s platform, and it might be the first to give you reason to use HealthKit.

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HealthKit apps start trickling into the App Store

HealthKit apps start trickling into the App Store

With iOS 8, the promise of HealthKit apps left us wanting. Not ready for primetime, HealthKit — and the Health app loaded on your phone — were useless. iOS 8.0.1 fixed HealthKit, but broke other, more necessary items. Now that iOS 8.0.2 is out, we’re starting to see HealthKit apps trickle into the App Store.

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Garmin’s new vivosmart keeps you on track and in shape

Garmin’s new vivosmart keeps you on track and in shape

When it comes to wearable technology, the segment is a crowded one. At every turn, it seems another new wrist-strap is in play. With Garmin’s new vivosmart, you’ll find a lot of similar attributes to other bands of its kind. Where vivosmart separates itself is its ability to be smart, stylish, and subdued — all in the same package.

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FreeWavz brings untethered music/fitness tracking to your workout

FreeWavz brings untethered music/fitness tracking to your workout

Runners and other fitness enthusiasts often listen to music while they’re doing their thing, and a good portion of those folks also have a fitness wearable. Rather that have to wear two devices, wouldn’t it be handy to go as lightweight as possible? FreeWavz, currently being funded on Kickstarter, wants to give you just that; fitness tracking and music, all from your earbuds.

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Nike Fuelband points could end up getting you free stuff

Nike Fuelband points could end up getting you free stuff

Wearables are booming, but some still can’t find motivation to slap a wristband on. Though they (mostly) do a more than adequate job of tracking your health stats, there isn’t much else to the process. Nike has unveiled a clever way of getting folks interested in wearables, dangling the socks carrot out there for us to grab.

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