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Basis Band, the activity-tracking, heart-rate-reading wristwatch, now has a compatible iPhone app. Basis Band costs $199 and uses a variety of technologies — including a three-axis accelerometer, skin sensors and an optical heart-rate sensor — to track the wearer’s movements and vitals throughout the day. The band was recently covered as part of a wearables comparison on AllThingsD and, at the time, only synced data to Android devices.
News Bytepopular fitness device that clips on to clothing and measures the wearer’s activity levels, is adding heart rate to the list of metrics it will support, through a partnership with the Digifit heart-rate app. When users are wearing the Fitbit and using Digifit’s app, they can now pull their cardio info into Fitbit’s online dashboard, and can merge it with data from Fitbit’s new Aria scale, as well.