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Withings Fitness Cloud Platform

Withings, a company that designs, develops, and industrializes health and wellness connected devices, has released a new fitness cloud platform that will allow a user’s dashboard to incorporate all of their health and wellness information by integrating both data from Withing’s products, and those of other fitness  tracking devices.

Since the launch of the initial Withings Wifi Body Scale, they have been pioneering Health 2.0 by allowing the importation of any wellness and health website to import Withings data using the Withings API at no cost. Presently service providers that represent over 40 million end-users are using this API.

Checkout this video of Wifi Body Scale:

Withings adds a new dimension to the world of health and wellness data with their new cloud platform service by offering a single location to record, mix and store health data online.

Withings CEO and Co-founder Cedric Hutchings says “With for different Withings devices connected to our platform, we’ve acquired a significant understanding on how to coordinate and organize data on a single online place. More and more people and companies have been asking us about the possibility to track other data on the Withings Platform. So, we’re opening an agnostic Health & Wellness platform that can gather and store any connected devices and any connected devices and any health related data.”

Importing new data onto the Withings dashboard has been simplified for platform users.  After logging in to their account, the device and type of data they want to import is chosen and it becomes instantly available. And they are also able to export information to any device or application they choose.

The new Withings platform is a tool available to companies as a ready-to-use online service. The WiFi Body Scale can currently be purchased in the US for $159 and the Smart Blood Pressure monitor for $129 on

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