See your recent steps on your watch face with HealthDash
HealthDash for the Apple Health App has received a wonderful update today, Oct. 16, bringing more handy features to both your phone and your wrist. An Apple Watch complication, updated graphs, and support for iOS 9 make this health app even more robust.
Whats new on the Watch
HealthDash has a redesigned app for watchOS 2 and you can now use a complication to show your recent steps taken. This recent step data is updated every five to 30 minutes. Then you can just tap that complication to open the app on your Apple Watch and get your latest health details.
Along with some performance improvements and bug fixes, HealthDash now includes Stand Hours and Dietary Water information. You can also check out the hour and minute display for workouts and your sleep analysis. In addition, you can now tap and hold on a graph to see more details.
If you have not tried HealthDash, but are interested in getting more of your health data easily, the app provides a lot of detail. From step counts, cycling distance, and workouts to sleep analysis, active calories, and body fat percent, it has you covered. The app gets its data from Apple Health to give you the information you really need.
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