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Smart watches, intelligent bands and other gadgets that will calculate the frequency of our heart beat, the number of exercised steps and the quantity of consumed or burned calories are sweeping the market. The predominant objective of such tools is to collect personal data coming from various sensors storing them in the cloud platforms such as Google Fit, Microsoft Health or Apple Health Kit. This can provide individuals with an insight into… Read More

Mobile Health understood as the ability to receive and share information about one’s health with the help of mobile devices (such as tablets and smartphones) has created almost a universal excitement. The growth of mobile applications boosted from 40.000 in 2012 to nearly 100.000 in the first quarter of 2014 [1], that is almost 2.5 times. According to the Research2Guidance study (mHealth App Developer Economics 2014.The State of the Art of mHealth… Read More