Xert from Baron Biosystems is a software suite that provides in-depth power data analysis for athletes. Baron Biosystems has leveraged the Connect IQ platform to bring their cycling experience to athletes, providing them with real-time power and training data to track fitness improvement.
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This is the third part of a three-part post about creating a yoga app for the active lifestyle using the Garmin Connect IQ app system; part 1 focused on page layout, while part 2 focuses on page flow and developing metrics for the app, and part 3 focuses on recording those metrics.
When Garmin created Connect IQ, one of the key capabilities unlocked was the power to leverage ANT+® and ANT Generic connectivity. To help illustrate what a third party developers and companies can accomplish with ANT through Connect IQ we would like to highlight the Stryd power meter.
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||Fitbit helps people lead healthier, more active lives by empowering them with data, inspiration and guidance to reach their goals. As the leader in the connected health and fitness category, Fitbit...||Fitness||03.22.2011|
||Moves is an application for mobile phones that allows users to automatically record their movements throughout the day. Moves uses data and sensors from smart phones to record how much the user moves...||Fitness||06.08.2013|
Walgreens Balance Rewards
||The Balance® Rewards API enables pre-qualified partners to connect into Walgreens to share individual member health and wellness information to be eligible to receive Balance Rewards points for...||Health||10.06.2014|
||In a time where exercise activity is connected to our mobile phones, Wahoo fitness offers an API so developers can create useful fitness software in iPhone devices with the main goal to monitor...||Fitness||07.10.2014|
||MapMyFitness runs a network of sites like MapMyWalk, MapMyRun, MapMyRide, MapMyTri, MapMyHike and MapMyMountain. The API provides an interface to much of the site's features, such as activity...||Fitness||09.16.2010|
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||This REST API provides you with food and nutrition data for monitoring restaurants, exercise, weight and recipes. It also allows you to maintain a food diary with common nutrient data types that...||Nutrition||08.21.2016|
Suggestic Personalized Glycemic Response Prediction
||The Suggestic Personalized Glycemic Response Prediction API allows users to track their blood sugar, or individual glycemic responses to different activities in order to help them manage their Type 2...||Health||07.18.2016|
||The Hexoskin RESTful API integrates metrics data into software. Hexoskin is a wearable biometric shirt that reports training, recovery, and sleep with the aim to optimize health performance....||Wearable||07.07.2016|
||The BookRetreats API allows authorised partners direct and easy access to listings from over 500 retreats in over 100 locations worldwide. Database of retreats available as XML or JSON. Developers...||Booking||05.14.2016|
||GetHealth is a Unified RESTful API to access health data from wearables and devices. It allows users to integrate the sources like Dailymile, Fatsecret, Fitbit, Google Fit, Jawbone, Lifefitness,...||Healthcare||05.13.2016|
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||Perfecto is a web application that allows users to sell and buy used bikes, with knowledge of the sellers and buyers. Perfecto partners with Strava which gives users information about the history of...||Marketplace||10.09.2015|
||Moves Mapper by Nicholas Felton is a processing sketch for rendering location and activity data from the Moves iPhone or Android app. This mashup uses the Moves API.||Fitness||04.28.2015|
||Moves Serendipities App by Nicole Aptekar is an application that allows users to see where they crossed paths with their friends when using the Moves app. This mashup uses the Moves API.||Fitness||04.28.2015|
||Moves Modulate by Joseph Goldbeck is a web app that uses data from the Moves app API to display a graph of walking that the user does.||Fitness||04.28.2015|
||Moves Elizabeth by Philipp Waldhauer is an application that lets users export their tracked movement data. This mashup uses the Moves API.||Fitness||04.28.2015|