The Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor, In Addition To Detecting Abnormal Heart Rhythm (A-Fib), Sleep Apnea And Hypertension, Can Also Detect Diabetes With 85% Accuracy Rate. This Is So Cool Because An Early Detection Of Diabetes Could Help Alleviate Diabetes Related Diseases.
The Apple Watch can detect diabetes with an 85% accuracy,…
USA Residents May Soon, Via The Doctors Report App ,” Be Able To Track 15 Types Of Diseases That Could Infect Their Area By Severity, Age And Zip Code. The Device Is Almost Like Checking The Weather Before You Leave Your House. I Wish It Could Be Made Available To All Parts Of The World.
Diabetics May Be Interested In The Advances Develop To Test Blood Glucose Level Without The Discomfort Of Pricking Ones Fingers. The Most Recent Is A Test Monitor Embedded In The Contact lens, Worn In An Eye, That Detects The Glucose Level From Tears. It Is Expected To Be Available Commercially In < 5 Years.
The New App, “TRY” Enables Anyone, Who Is A Member, To Buy Clothes And Then, Within A Given Period, Try The Clothes Out At Home Without Being Charged For The Clothes One Chooses To Return. The More Trustworthy One Is, The More Likely You’re To Try More Clothes At Any Given Time.
Just Like The Chowberry App, But For Restaurants. The App, “Frenzi,” Seems To Connect Restaurants, With Excess Food, To Consumers. I Wander Why The Apps Never Seem To Catch On With Consumers. Or Do Some People Feel Like They Are Being Fed With Left Over Foods That Could Have Some Health Consequences?
This Cool Centers For Disease Control (CDC) App, TravWell, Will Not Only Give You Recommendations Regarding The Vaccine Shots That You Need To Take As You Plan Your International Trip(s), But It Would Also Help You Keep Track Of All Your Vaccinations And Medications For Future References. The App Also Works Offline, Nice!
Cool Algorithm That Can Predict Plant Disease Outbreaks/ Hotspots. The Algorithm Uses The Concept That Closely Related Plants Are Bound To Be Infected By The Same Pest. So, By Understanding Plant/Pest Interactions And The Geographic Distribution Of Plants Prone To Similar Pest Infections, The Algorithm Can Predict Hotspots.
Carrot, A Venture Sponsored Company, Just Got Cleared As The First Device Company, By The FDA, For A Sensor And An App That Encourages One To Stop Smoking. The App And Sensor Do This By Helping Smokers Detect And Track Carbon Monoxide Levels (Higher For Smokers Than Non Smokers) Over Time.
The New App, “Coinflash,” Is Almost Like The Moneybox App Except That Spare Changes, Rounded Up To A Dollar from Any Debit Or Credit Card Purchases That You Make, Are Invested Into Any Crypto Currency, Like The Bitcoin, Of Your Choice Through A Coinbase Account.
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This Cool App, “Forest Watcher,” Combats Deforestation, Fire And Illegal Mining. The App Works By Enabling Forest Rangers To Download The Most Recent Satellite Data, When Online, Which Shows Them Where These Activities Are Happening. The Data With GPS Can Then Be Used Offline To Locate These Activities And Also Collect More Data.
The SafeTrek App Is Something I would Definitely Want On My Smartphone. The Functionality Is Very Simple: You Activate It, Hold Down The Button While You walk Through An Unsafe Area. Once You Let Go Of The Button Without Entering Your PIN To Deactivate The App, The App Notifies the Police. Pretty Ingenious.
Noonlight, Formerly SafeTrek Mobile App: Smart Way to Alert Police When You're in Danger
People Are Truly Creative. Another Cool App, “ReplyASAP,” Which Can Be Used To Solicit A Response In Urgent Situation. And The Inspiration For The App Was The Difficulty A Parent, Like Many Other Parents, Had When Trying To Get A Phone Text Response From The Teenage Son. Pretty Cool.
Check This Out: Virtual Reality (VR) And Smartphone Merged To Aid The Sight Of The Visually Impaired. The Smartphone Acts As The Imager And Processor, Via The App, “Relúmĭno,” Before The Processed Image (Filtered Through The Wearer’s App Setting) Is Sent To The VR For A Clearer View. Watch Out “Be My Eyes” App.
Brace Yourself For The Cool App That Can Diagnose Diseases, Like Asthma, By Measuring A Person’s Blood Flow and Breathing Pattern Via The Camera Flash And Microphone Of A Phone Respectively. This Is Courtesy Of The App That Google Recently Acquired From The Start-up Company, Senosis Health. Awesome!
Kids May Hate The App, “SafeToNet,” But Parents Would/May Love It. The App Enables Parents To Regulate Their Kids’ Phone And Web Usage. It Also Acts As A Filter, Protecting Kids From Dangerous Messages/Bullying. But I Concur That Caution Should Be Applied In Its Usage Before Parents Lose Their Kids’ Trust.
This Is Really Cool. The App, “Eyeagnosis” Can Detect The Defective Eye Condition, Diabetic-Retinopathy— A Common Cause Of Vision Loss Due To Diabetes. The App Does This With The Use Of A 3-D Printed Lens And The Smart Phone App. The Coolest Part Is That This Was Created By A Teenager, Kavya Kopparapu.
I Guess It’s Now Complete; Another Computer Algorithm, The PlantSnap App, That Can Identify Plants/Flowers, In The Wild, From A Picture. The Concept Is Almost Like That Of The iNaturalist App For Identifying Animals. Cool.
Computer At It’s Best— Helping You To Properly Know, By Name, Your Animal Neighbors. Thanks To The App, “iNaturalist,” Species Of Animals, That We Come Across In The Wild, Can Now Be Better Understood And Discovered. This Is Awesome Because Nothing Beats Easy Self Exploration And Learning From Nature.
This Is Another Testament To The Advancement In Computer Programming. It Would Be Really Awesome If The App, “Pic2Recipe,” Can Actually Identify The Recipes Of Any Dish, From A Picture, So That Anyone Can Remake It At Home.
The Company, Helix, Is Pretty Cool. They Will Extract And Store Your DNA And Exome Information. The Information Can Then Be Used By Different Apps, Linked Up To Helix Data, To Inform You On The App Related Feature, E.G., Disease Risk, Sleep Pattern And Ancestry. All For A Fee Of Course.