New to iOS 8 is Apple’s HealthKit platform, which offers the ability to track and share a vast range of health, fitness, and medical data points across multiple apps and devices. It can be used as a wellness and fitness tool—aggregating data about diet, activity, exercise, and sleep from multiple sources—as well as a serious medical tool for managing and monitoring chronic conditions.

It’s a dynamic platform, working hard behind the scenes to deliver a personalized experience to each iPhone user, using data pulled from your iPhone’s M7 or M8 sensor and allowing you to view all of this health data inside one app. Here’s a quick guide to getting started and setting up your own health database.

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from Macworld