The Digital health and fitness subscription service GOQii have introduced a new wearable device GOQii Tracker 2.0. It is the third fitness tracker that invent with heart care service and heart rate sensor. GOQii has also launched a new GOQii Heart Care service along with the tracker.
Fitness trackers and apps are really useful in this busy life, but they are missing the on-going engagement, accountability and motivation. Moreover, this fitness tracker has solves your problem by connecting to a professional health and fitness coach of your choice via GOQii app.
It mainly focuses on cardiovascular health and its key features. GOQii connected the consumers to the cardiovascular specialist through the GOQii application, and that can measure heart rate. Hence to provide this new service GOQii has joined hands with Max Hospital, which is known for its specialized heart care.
To use GOQii heart care services, the user has to share the data of their health and heart rate via GOQii tracker with GOQii Doctor. The doctor will guide you and provide specific inputs to the user on maintaining good heart health. If required, the doctor will recommend you to a cardiac specialist at Max Hospital and other partner hospitals.
GOQii 2.0 features a touch-screen OLED display with a battery life of up to 7 days and 360-degree motion sensor. It also includes Bluetooth low energy, Vibra Humm Alarm, and Remote Hi5. GOQii tracker tracks sleep, steps and active time. This tracker is a sweet proof and water resistant.
GOQii tracker will be available on Amazon.in from Feb 14th, 2017. Users can subscribe the cardiovascular health care service at Rs 1,999 for 3 months, Rs 2,999 for 6 months and Rs. 3,999 for 12 months.
Users can use GOQii tracker that comes with the subscription or use with your own wearable. It also syncs with famous devices and apps like Fitbit, Apple Healthkit, MapMyRun, Google Fit, Nike+, and Strava. Hence the tracker works on Android 4.3+ and iOS 9.0+.
GOQii says that the service is not a replacement for a regular doctor and doesn’t apply for any emergency or chronic situations.