An open source platform for centralizing health information between apps
HealthBox is a convenient way to manage health information. Instead of each app having to record inforamtion within it's own ecosystem, HealthBox creates a place for developers to centralize health information. Say you have a program that records your steps, one that monitors work outs, and a third program to track your nutrient intake. Typically, if you wanted to access your information, you'd have to use each respective service's interface. With HealthBox, those developers would be able to store all the information in one place, making it much easier for you to compare different health metrics, and share information between services.
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