Mobvoi has potentially enhanced its place in the health-tracking industry with its new online informatics platform. It is billed as a one-stop solution to help analyze one’s health- and fitness-related progress over up to seven days via a desktop browser interface. The new Sports and Health Data Platform also offers downloadable reports and compatibility with other services such as Strava.
Mobvoi has announced its latest way to get more out of a wearable intended for health- or fitness-tracking purposes. The OEM’s new Sports and Health Data Platform may also help it compete with other brands such as Amazfit, asserting that the new login will make the information in question more “intuitive” and easier to understand.
Accordingly, Mobvoi’s new Platform puts metrics including blood oxygen, heart-rate and stress readings on a single page, in a way that might boost the user’s ability to follow up to 7 days’ worth of this data, and compare it day-by-day.
The Platform is also rated to offer “detailed” work-out insights and analysis, and can also export this data in .tcx format. It is thus compatible with third-party platforms such as Strava, COROS Training Hub and Garmin Connect.
It requires a new or existing Mobvoi ID (which the user might already have set up in the course of using their TicWatch) and is accessed via h.mobvoi.com on desktop.
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