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Three APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Cameras, Sports, and Email categories. Also added were several Kairos SDKs. Here's a summary of what's new.
Fitness related apps have seen a big rise in popularity over the last couple of years and are expected to grow. We take a look at the top APIs within this category.
This article features companies that sell wearable electronics designed for consumers interested in personal health, fitness culture and quantified self.
Within days of the Super Bowl, researchers at mobile gateway provider Wandera have apparently discovered a severe vulnerability in the National Football League's mobile app.
Sony has released the Sony Lifelog API, encouraging developers to build third-party applications that will help create a vibrant Sony wearable ecosystem.
Google has announced a developer challenge in hopes of promoting the creation of Google Fit applications. Submissions are being accepted until February 15, 2015.
Samsung's Life Fitness API can now automatically connect to fitness equipment via Bluetooth.
Google recently made Google Fit available to Android devices. The app takes advantage of built-in sensors to track and manage activity.
Oceanleap builds an API platform for an anticipated flood of wearable devices.
Bionym has raised money for its heartbeat monitor and SDK/partnering strategy. Sony's Lifelog getting ready to launch its API.
Persona launches app to help followers focus on different identities. Jawbone seeks funds, launches API to open platform as Apple starts its own foray into health tracking.
Exist, an app that tracks lifestyle data, provides an API that allows users to create new things with their personal information.
Affectiva launches API to read emotional reactions to advertising. Particle Clicker game wins CERN hackathon, aims to turn people on to physics.