Amazon’s Halo health tracker will soon be able to judge how your body moves

Amazon's Halo health tracker will soon be able to judge how your body moves

The older we get, the more likely we are to pull a muscle performing basic tasks like carrying packages, moving furniture, or reaching for something in the back of the pantry (it’s both and embarrassing and inevitable). But Amazon is setting out to prevent that with a new feature called “Movement Health” for its Halo health tracker. It’s meant to help users improve their form while completing basic exercises. 

In case you’re unfamiliar with Amazon Halo, it’s the company’s first wearable that was launched last year. In addition to tracking health, fitness, and sleep metrics, it also measures your body fat percentage (through user-submitted photos) and analyzes your tone of voice throughout the day. Read more…

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