Apple Watch app from Cronometer brings nutrition tracking to your wrist
What you need to know
- Cronometer is a leading Canadian nutrition company.
- It's popular iPhone app now has an Apple Watch companion.
- It means you can see all of your advanced calorie tracking on your wrist.
Popular Canadian nutrition company Cronometer has today unveiled a new Apple Watch app that will bring calorie tracking right to your wrist.
The company stated:
CEO Aaron Davidson said the company was thrilled to roll out its app to users of many of the Best Apple Watch devices including the Apple Watch Series 7. Cronomoter has more than 5.5 million users worldwide. Its service lets you track up to 82 micronutrients, log meals, set fasting timers, and has a massive database of food with accurate nutrition data.
The Apple Watch continues to grow in stature as a great tool for managing your health, with workouts, sleep tracking, mindfulness, and meditation.
Last week at WWDC 2022 the company unveiled watchOS 9 with some big new health improvements.
Updates to the workout app bring new metrics for certain activities such as running. There are new Heart Rate Zones and new Custom Workouts as well as a Multisport workout for triathletes. There are also new Sleep Insights to improve tracking, giving you a look at the stages of sleep you find yourself in each night. One major update is a new Afib history feature which gives those with Atrial Fibrillation data about their ongoing condition.
There's always Amazon
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You can buy the Apple Watch from Amazon if you prefer. Just remember you may be limited to only certain band combinations and models on Amazon. Plus, it's possible they will have less stock than buying from Apple directly.
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