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BACtrack and Apple Watch

posted by | 4 August 2015

With the BACtrack app on Apple Watch, testing is easier and more convenient than ever before.

Being able to test yourself using the Apple Watch makes monitoring your BAC and making more responsible decisions while drinking a cinch.

In addition to all the functionality currently available to BACtrack Smartphone Breathalyzer users (being able to view results, result histories, and dose specific BAC effects), the BACtrack App on Apple Watch also brings with it newer advancements to the testing workflow. With Glances, a user can view Active ZeroLine™, an entirely new feature that is a significant upgrade of the already popular ZeroLine feature.

While ZeroLine estimates when a users' BAC will drop to 0.00%, Active ZeroLine gives the user a continuous countdown of one’s estimated BAC, directly on the Watch screen. This unique feature is the first of its kind and was developed specifically for the BACtrack app on Apple Watch; it is not currently offered on the BACtrack app for smartphones. By having BAC data just a glance away, the information is more accessible than ever before.

In addition, the BACtrack App for Apple Watch will have a "Test in 15 Minutes" feature. This allows users to set an actionable notification so that they are reminded to test their BAC 15 minutes after drinking, allowing the alcohol to dissipate from the mouth to get the most accurate reading possible. This is a requirement for using any BACtrack product--but only on the BACtrack app for Apple Watch has this been built into the actual workflow of the product.

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