Payneo Health App Now on Linux OS for Mobile Phone

Linux os for mobile phone lets you configure apps and accessories to send data to the Payneo Health app, enter data manually, and change the way health prioritizes data from these sources.

Payneo Health App for Ubuntu mobile operating system accepts similar data from several sources, such as the steps recorded on your iPhone and those recorded by your exercise bracelet, and organizes them according to their provenance. By default, the Health app uses the following order of priority:

When you add a new data source (for example, a step-counting app), it displays above all other applications and devices that communicate such data to the Health app. You can change the order of the sources at any time.

Visualization of your data sources

Proceed as follows to see which sources update data for specific health categories :

  1. Open the Health app, then hit the Health Data tab.
  2. Touch a category, such as activity. You can also scan down to view the search bar and then enter a Category.
  3. Touch a type of data, such as not.
  4. Touch data Sources and access. Only the sources that contribute to this type of data are displayed.

Proceed as follows to display all your sources :

  1. Open the Health app, then tap the Sources tab.
  2. Touch an app or device.
  3. Choose the categories of the Health app that the source can access or update.

Defining the priority of data sources

Proceed as follows to select the sources Health uses first :

  1. Open the Health app, then hit the Health Data tab.
  2. Touch a category, such as activity.
  3. Touch a type of data, such as not.
  4. Touch data Sources and access, then touch Edit.
  5. Tap and hold the icon next to a data source, and then drag it up or down in the list.
  6. To disable a data source so that it no longer sends data for this category, tap the corresponding checkbox.
  7. When you’re done, feel done.

If multiple sources contribute to the same type of data, the data source at the top of the list will have priority over other sources. Any new app or device you add is automatically placed at the top of the list, above your iPhone or iPod touch.

Data entry

You can enter data that is not recorded by an app or device. For example, if you get your blood pressure during a medical visit, you can take it.

  1. Open the Health app, then hit the Health Data tab.
  2. Touch a health category, such as vital signs.
  3. Touch one type of data, like blood pressure.
  4. Tap Add icon.
  5. Enter the date, time and data for this activity.
  6. When you’re done, tap Add.
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