What you need to know
- Allergen app Soosee now helps you explain dietary requirements using your Apple Watch.
- Travel Cards take your words and translate them right on your Apple Watch.
Soosee was already a great app for people with special dietary requirements before today's big new update, but it's taken things to a whole new level. Previously, Soosee could look at food and tell you which ingredients were troublesome for you personally, and now it can help tell other people about your requirements as well. And it can do it from your Apple Watch.
Celebrating Soosee's one-year anniversary, this new update adds a ton of new features that you should check out including new Home screen widgets. But it's the Travel Cards on your watch that could quite literally safe lives.
Check it out!
Pretty sweet, right?
The kind of app that would be right at home during an Apple Watch health reel at WWDC, Soosee has more than 30 categories "for common allergies, a vegan lifestyle, pregnant women, high environmental impact, additives, health and more!"
Planning a trip with Soosee? Treat yourself to a new watch with these Apple Watch deals before you set off!
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