Get Healty and watch you baby with iHealth from iWorld Australia

Macworld Australia Staff
3 October, 2011
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Press Release

Melbourne, October 3, 2011 - iWorld Australia is proud to announce iHealth to the ANZ marketplace. iHealth Lab Inc. distributes consumer-friendly, digital personal healthcare products. The company focuses on delivering easy-to-use products that make it simple to regularly test, track, graph and share health information. iHealth Lab has launched it first product, the first blood pressure monitoring system designed specifically for iOS devices, and plans to develop a suite of personal healthcare devices designed for use with Apple’s iOS mobile platform.

RRP: $249.95

The iBaby™ monitor follows your little one with an up/down, left/right swipe of your iOS 4.0+ touchscreen or click of your PC mouse, so you’re just one touch away no matter where you are. See your baby from your mobile device or PC, and when baby’s movement or cry activates alerts, you can respond immediately. Two-way audio lets your voice give comfort when you’re needed most, so you and baby are both reassured, wherever you happen to be.

RRP: $149.95

• Measures your blood pressure directly from your iPod touch, iPhone and iPad
• Chart your historical blood pressure readings,
• Share your results with friends, family, or doctor to keep them informed
• Doubles as a charging station and dock for your iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad
• Record your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate, pulse wave, and measurement time
through colorful, easy-toread displays
• Generate your own graph by time, date, or systolic/diastolic numbers. Manage records by using simple tools
• Works with the iHealthTM Blood Pressure Monitor app, free at the App Store. Search keyword “iHealth BPM”

RRP: $149.95

• Reads and records your weight on your iPod touch, iPhone and iPad
• Wireless Bluetooth technology lets you weigh in from anywhere
• Track your progress and organize records with simple, personalized graph tools
• Share your maintenance or progress with healthcare providers and fitness buddies
• Set target goals for weight management using the Milestone feature
• Easily share readings with friends, family or doctorsof two items simultaneously
• Supports multiple users on multiple mobile devices
• Standard step-on use, Visual displays are colorful and easy to read
• Works with the iHealthTM Digital Scale app, free at the App Store.

“Three new products that are so revolutionary and enhances you iPod, iPhone and iPad experience. Just the ability to monitor and chart your health is so beneficial in today’s time of healthy living. And the baby monitor is making such a massive impact already for so many applications. With built in audio in an out you would be able to keep in contact with anybody, watch your new baby and eve keep an ye on your pets from anywhere in the world. Over the last couple of months we have seen some competitors try to do the same, but none can match the quality, price and the ease of use with a very slick and free App.” States, Chad DeClase, Director of iWorld Australia.


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