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Question: Apple Health - Is it viewable on desktop?

Before I make the switch from FitBit to iWatch, I wanted to know if you can view the data on a desktop?


See image below for example from Fitbit.


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Posted on Sep 23, 2017 4:56 PM

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Sep 23, 2017 5:48 PM in response to Sgathaich In response to Sgathaich

Hi


Apple does not offer a companion Activity or Health app for computers or an online dashboard for Activity, Health or Workout data.


Health data can be exported from the Health app on your iPhone in the form of XML files, but these are perhaps most useful when importing and exporting data between apps (a health record received as an XML file can be imported into the Health app, for example).


Rather than dealing with XML files, you may wish to consider using a third-party app to access, analyse and export Health data to a computer in a more user-friendly format.


For example:


QS Access

  • "Access your data from HealthKit in a table so you can explore it using Numbers, Excel, R, or any other CSV compatible tool."
  • QS Access on the App Store


SpectaRun Workouts


Check the descriptions and support resources for third-party apps for details of any supported data import / export and analysis features. If you would like to send feedback or suggestions to Apple, you can do so here:


Feedback - Apple Watch - Apple

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Sep 23, 2017 5:48 PM in response to Sgathaich In response to Sgathaich

Hi


Apple does not offer a companion Activity or Health app for computers or an online dashboard for Activity, Health or Workout data.


Health data can be exported from the Health app on your iPhone in the form of XML files, but these are perhaps most useful when importing and exporting data between apps (a health record received as an XML file can be imported into the Health app, for example).


Rather than dealing with XML files, you may wish to consider using a third-party app to access, analyse and export Health data to a computer in a more user-friendly format.


For example:


QS Access

  • "Access your data from HealthKit in a table so you can explore it using Numbers, Excel, R, or any other CSV compatible tool."
  • QS Access on the App Store


SpectaRun Workouts


Check the descriptions and support resources for third-party apps for details of any supported data import / export and analysis features. If you would like to send feedback or suggestions to Apple, you can do so here:


Feedback - Apple Watch - Apple

Sep 23, 2017 5:48 PM

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