MOBILE, Ala. - You may think you know how well your smart phone is working, but how well does your smart phone know you? New apps may help your smart phone check out your overall health.
According to the Smithsonian Magazine, research shows people with chronic medical conditions, from diabetes to mental illness tend to withdraw as their health worsens.
An app called ginger.io tracks phone use, and can send an alert if the user has a dramatic change in patterns. The alert can go to a doctor or family member.
Another app called asthmapolis tracks asthma attacks. It uses a sensor attached to an inhaler and may help doctors figure out what triggers the attack.
Apple is reportedly getting closer to launching iRadio. The tech giant has signed a deal with warner music, according to several media sources. Apple's entry into the world of streaming music will put pressure on Pandora, Spotify and Google.
Apple is expected to announce the new service at its worldwide developer conference on June 10.
Twitter recently released the vine app for Android. The six-second video sharing service is a free download for anyone running Android 4.0 or higher. The Android version isn't quite feature complete.
The official Vine site says features like front-facing camera, and hashtag features will arrive in frequent updates.
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