Apple iPhone receives health-related utilities

A new suite of health related Apps has been announced by the iPhone developer iTMP. SMHeart Link will allow your iPhone to become both a heart rate monitor plus a fitness tracking system. The system itself is a mix of both hardware and software and features a wireless bridge that, says the company, collects data from distributed health and fitness sensors such as heart rate monitors and cycling sensors and sends it to the iPhone via Wi-Fi.


"When doing any kind of cardio exercise, most people would agree that the single most important metric to monitor is heart rate. At iTMP, we are really excited to introduce the first iPhone health and fitness Apps that allow the iPhone to listen to your heart," said Michael Williams, Founder and CEO of iTMP. "We're also first to pick up speed and cadence from cycling sensors and fully expect to be first with power as well."


Price will be $155 but UK customers will apparently be catered for too.


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