Apple's HealthKit API enables health and fitness apps to share their data, both with the iOS Health application and with each other. HealthKit can serve as a hub for all the health and fitness apps on an iOS device. This allows consumers to have more oversight of their health and fitness. Healthkit strives for data sharing for health purposes while maintaining the user's privacy and control.
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The Apple WatchKit SDK site by Apple, (now called WatchOS) has released the Xcode with iOS SDK to build applications, Glances, and notifications for Apple Watch. With SDK development, clients could receive notifications directly to their watches targeted to their best interests. Besides Xcode, users have access to videos, guides, tutorials, and forums. Apple suggests that developers can build with the latest SDK while running the app on a previous OS. The reason why is because this particular setting is independent of the Base SDK build setting.
Apple iOS 8 opens new areas of iOS and enables developers to extend the content and functionality of their applications. Developers can create customized experiences in the realms of photo editing, sharing, notifications, keyboard, documents, and actions. There are over 4,000 new APIs enabling new capabilities and features. Some of the major new APIs, which cover gaming, photo tools, health/fitness, the cloud, home automation, etc., include Metal, SceneKit, SpriteKit, CloudKit, HomeKit, HealthKit, Camera, PhotoKit, Swift, and TouchID.