The Human API is a data aggregation that provides a platform that stores and abstracts data from mobile devices, wearable sensors, and other data sources. The service aims to make available all the activity data generated by health tracking devices that monitor blood glucose, wight, physical activity, caloric intake, blood pressure, and many others data types. The API aims to provide the tools to make the data meaningful and trackable so that it can be utilize in research and applications. The service uses REST calls and returns JSON.
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The Human Android SDK by Human communicates with the API to integrate health data into applications. It aims to be secure in data retrieval techniques. Code demonstrates how to import SDK, launch human connect, finish authentication flow, and implement callback functions.
The Human iOS SDK by Human communicates with the API to integrate health data into applications. Available instructions to use in a given project. Human API allows to maintain health data secure, independently from the methodology of storage.