HealthView Overview

HealthView lets you quickly see an overview of the health data you regard as most important, as well as letting you quickly drill down to the details. It integrates seamlessly with Apple Health and it works on your Apple Watch. The visuals are attractive and will give you the information you need when you need it.

Getting Started

1. Once you have downloaded HealthView from the App Store, tap the icon on your home screen to open it.

2. The first screen is titled Choose Data Sets. This is the health data that you will see on the main screen of the HealthView app. Select the items you most want to monitor by tapping on them. 

 

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Keep in mind it is easy to change this at any stage in the future (see point 9 below).

The available data sets are:

  • Steps
  • Distance
  • Burned calories
  • Resting calories
  • Total calories
  • Stand hours
  • Hydration
  • Workouts
  • Exercise minutes
  • Flights climbed
  • Sleep
  • Heart rate
  • Blood pressure
  • Blood glucose
  • Body temperature
  • Dietary calories
  • Weight
  • Body Mass Index
  • Body fat
  • Lean body mass
  • Nike Fuel
  • Cycling
  • Caffeine

3. Once you have selected the data sets you want, tap Allow Acess Now.

 

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This lets HealthView app access the motion and fitness activity of your device. You may also be asked to give HealthView permission to access the Health App on your device for data sets like weight.

It is important to note that HealthView does share any data with third-parties.

4. The selected data sets will now display on the main screen of HealthView.

 

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5. You can view your health data by day, week, month, or year.

 

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6. To view detailed data, tap on the data set. For example, tapping on steps lets you browse different days, see performance against your goal, the hourly average number of steps, the minimum number of steps, the maximum number, the record high, and the record low.

 

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7. When looking at a detailed view of a health metric, you can manually add data. You can also edit the goal.

 

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8. For example, the default goal for daily steps is 10,000. By tapping edit you can change this goal.

 

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Data Sets

 

9. To change the data sets you see on the main screen of HealthView, tap Edit from the menu on the main screen.

 

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10. You will a list of the available data sets. Those that are active on the main screen will be toggled on.

 

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11. Toggle on any others you want to include.

 

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12. Tap the settings icon to change the goal of a data set.

 

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13. You can also change the order they are displayed on the homescreen by tapping, holding, and dragging the icon to the right of the data set.

 

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14. Once you have finished adding or removing data sets, updating the goals, and changing the order, tap close to go back to the main screen.

 

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Settings

 

15. You can change HealthView's settings by tapping Settings on the main screen.

 

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16. This brings you to the settings screen.

 

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The options you have are:

  • Day Layout - displays data in a list or according to goals
  • Dark Mode - toggle between a light and dark background
  • Today Widget Settings - change the three data sets included in the Today Widget
  • Apple Watch App Settings - change how HealthView interacts with your Apple Watch
  • Support - contact support, access help information, rate HeathView, and share HealthView with your friends
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