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Parenting Resources Go Mobile for Healthier, Happier Kids


Parenting Resources Go Mobile for Healthier, Happier Kids   Mobile Apps mobile app mHealth app iOS Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg Baby Bundle apple Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg has set her sights on mHealth, launching a unique and interactive mobile application called Baby Bundle.

Integrated throughout the app, “Dr. Jen” provides expert advice to new parents during the first 24 months of parenthood.

According to a statement provided to mHealthWatch, Apple has already featured Baby Bundle as one of the Best New Apps in the Health & Fitness category.

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Apple’s Healthbook May Be a Game Changer for mHealth


Apples Healthbook May Be a Game Changer for mHealth   iOS Healthbook apple Apple’s rumored but unconfirmed health-tracking platform called “Healthbook” is reportedly coming soon. And it could be a game changer for mHealth.

Sources in the know at Apple say the platform’s design is very similar to Passbook and represents one of the most “ambitious” apps Apple has produced to date.

From monitoring fitness activity and one’s heart rate, to recording blood oxygen levels and other vitals, Apple is said to be working on Healthbook as a means for raising the overall bar for mHealth apps on iOS.

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Mobile Health Meets Mobile Advertising


Mobile Health Meets Mobile Advertising   Tapjoy mobile health Mobile Devices Mobile Apps mobile applications mobile advertising mHealth partnership mHealth apps mHealth iOS Android Alpha Trainer mHealthWatch was privy to a sneak peek at a new partnership confirmed publicly this morning by the team at Tapjoy, a thriving young mobile advertising network capable of reaching as many as 435 million mobile users monthly.

Nido Labs, creator of Alpha Trainer, one of the top-grossing fitness apps available, and Tapjoy will begin offering consumers a new way to get advanced 14-week workout programs directly to their mobile device.

The goal? Help users stay in shape and on budget.

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New App Helps Visually Impaired Recognize Objects


New App Helps Visually Impaired Recognize Objects   TapTapSee mobile app mHealth iOS Image Searcher mHealthWatch was recently briefed by a new company called Image Searcher, Inc. on their mobile app designed for blind and visually impaired individuals.

As these folks continue to face daily challenges in recognizing everyday objects, smartphone technology is revolutionizing how the sight-impaired interact with the world, “allowing them to live more independently and confidently.”

One such innovation is TapTapSee, an iOS application from Image Searcher, Inc. that gives the blind and visually impaired a new way to identify objects encountered in their environment.

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iPatientCare EHR Surges to the Top of Apple’s App Store


iPatientCare EHR Surges to the Top of Apples App Store   miPatientCare mHealth app mHealth iPatientCare iOS iPatientCare, Inc. announced Thursday that its app on iOS is now one of the most downloaded iPad-based EHR applications for physicians and other healthcare providers.

This achievement, the company says, helps iPatientCare establish a strong leadership position in the mHealth solution market segment.

The miPatientCare EHR is a native iPad based full-featured cloud-based EHR, and is meant to provide highly mobile healthcare providers with anywhere, anytime access to patient’s clinical records.

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New App Puts iOS vs. Android Debate to ‘Rest’


New App Puts iOS vs. Android Debate to ‘Rest’      Sleep Genius sleep app Mobile Devices iOS app Android When it comes to the intense rivalry between iOS and Android, there’s very little that’s mutually agreed upon. In fact, recent studies suggest that dedicated fans of each platform have more heated debates about iOS and Android than they do politics, sports and religion.

Although it isn’t clear what – if anything – can eventually put this debate to rest, Android users are about to catch up to their iOS counterparts in at least one respect – getting more quality sleep.

Thanks to the arrival on Thursday of Sleep Genius on Google Play, one of the most talked about mHealth apps to launch on iOS this year can now help Android users get the shut-eye they’ll need to be well rested for their debates with Apple fans.

Having earned ample praise from health experts and national coverage from prominent media outlets like NBC’s Today Show, CBS News, and ESPN, Sleep Genius has been credited with altering the landscape of modern mobile sleep apps as we’ve come to know them.

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Alora Healthcare Systems Pioneers First Native iPad App for Home Health Visits


Alora Healthcare Systems Pioneers First Native iPad App for Home Health Visits   mobile health mHealth IPad iOS Home Health Visits apple Alora Healthcare Systems Atlanta based home health software provider Alora Healthcare Systems has just released the first Apple approved  native iPad app for Home Health visits.

The world first observed the “Alora SN Note” in action earlier this week during a special preview session for the company’s clients. The app will be officially launched at the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) Annual Conference in Washington, DC later this week.

Following a focused developmental phase and subsequent approval by Apple, the new app is now available to users of Alora’s Home Health Software, can be purchased for download in the Apple App Store.
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