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Apple today announced three new iPhones and a pair of Apple Watches. This hardware will run the latest operating systems from Apple: iOS 12 for the iPhones and watchOS 5 for the Watch. Apple has put together a guide for developers to help them ensure their apps are prepared for the new devices.
Apple has created a new Movement Disorder API that will be added to ResearchKit, its open source framework that is designed to let medical researchers gather data. Using the API, developers will be able to implement all-day monitoring on Apple Watch devices running watchOS 5.
Fitness trackers collect reams of data, but that data not always used effectively. Fitbit's wearables are about to get a lot smarter. The company said it is collaborating with Google to push health data generated by its fitness trackers to the cloud where medical professionals can put it to work.
Tap Systems, the manufacturer of a wearable keyboard, mouse and game controller dubbed the Tap Strap, has unveiled SDKs that allows developers to create new kinds of applications. The Tap device uses sensors to detect the gestures users make and identify what they represent.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Wearables, Customer Service, Financial and Jobs. Highlights include the Capital One Customer Transactions API, which allows customers to view their credit card information within a third-party application.
Polar has released a new API developers can use to build apps that leverage user data stored in the company’s cloud service Polar Flow. The Polar Flow service stores user information such as exercise activity, training activity, and sleep patterns. This information is recorded with Polar products.
Google this week released the final build and SDK of its Android Wear 2.0 platform. The revised operating system for wearables makes significant changes throughout for both end users and developers alike. Google is imploring developers to ensure their apps are compatible with the new code.
Developers, prepare your apps! Google is widely expected to debut its Android Wear 2.0 platform in early February, and the company wants to ensure a wide selection of compatible apps are available at launch. Be sure to take advantage of the on-watch Play Store and stand-alone functionality.
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