The following is a collection of the top apps we believe have the best use case on your wrist.Hello Heart – This is a blood pressure monitor and heart health companion app.
Health and fitness trackers like Jawbone Up and Fitbit have dominated much of that space in the last few years.
According to NDP, these wearable fitness devices sold close to 3.3 million units last year.
It also provides basic patient information such as age, sex and weight.
Life Sum – Think of this one as a food journal on your wrist.
The Apple Watch is more of a comprehensive platform, but it has definitely taken the popularity of these fitness trackers into account, equipping the Watch with a built-in heart rate monitor, GPS tracker to measure distance and speed during workouts, an accelerometer to track body movement, and proprietary apps that show calories burned and overall fitness levels.