Troubleshooting Health Mate Not Syncing With Apple Health

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Are you having trouble gettng your Health Mate app to sync with Apple Health? If so, you’re not alone! Many users have experienced issues when attempting to sync their Health Mate app to Apple’s health platform. Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can take to get your data to sync properly.

First, make sure that you have the latest version of both apps installed on your device. You can do this by visiting the App Store and checking for updates. Once this is done, open up Health Mate and go to the Profile tab. Scroll down to the “Health” section and tap “Activate”. This will bring up a list of data types that you can choose to share with Apple Health. Select whih ones you would like to share and then hit “Done”.

Next, open your Apple Health app and press the profile icon in the top right corner. Scroll down and press “Apps” then select Heads Up from the list of available apps. Make sure that all of the data types that you selected in Health Mate have been set to green (indicating they are enabled). If not, tap each one until it turns green before proceeding.

Once everything is set up properly it is time to resync your data. To do this, go back into Apple Health and tap on the Apple Health icon at the bottom of the screen. Then select “Disconnect” from the menu that appears and be sure to choose the option “Delete Data” before hitting OK. Finally, reopen your Health Mate app and follow all of thee same steps again ensuring that all data types are set correctly before finally tapping Done at the end.

If all goes well, after a few moments both apps will be synced correctly and your data should be visible in both places! If you continue having trouble getting these two platforms talking then it may be best to contact either Apple or Withings customer support for further assistance with troubleshooting your issue specifically as they may provide more detailed information tailored just for you!

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Syncing Health Mate with Apple Health

To sync Health Mate with Apple Health, you’ll need to open the Health Mate app and tap on ‘Profile’. Scroll down to ‘Health’ and tap ‘Activate’. You will then be prompted to select the data you’d like to share with Apple Health. Once you have selected the data, tap ‘Done’, and your data will be synced with Apple Health.

Frequency of Health Mate Syncing

Health Mate syncs your weight data wthin a few minutes after you weigh in. It also syncs once a night, so it’s important to weigh in regularly if you’ve set up your scale to connect via Bluetooth.

Syncing Apple Watch with Health Mate App

To sync your Apple Watch with the Health Mate app, you will need to do the following:
1. Open the Health Mate app on your device, and select ‘Profile.’
2. Enable syncing with Apple Health by selecting ‘Sync with Apple Health.’
3. Open the Apple Health app on your iOS device, and select ‘Sources’ then ‘Health Mate.’
4. Go back to Health Mate and select which data you wold like to sync (such as steps, sleep, etc.)
5. Save the settings in both apps for the synchronization process to begin.
6. You may need to open both apps again in order for the sync to be completed successfully.
7. Once complete, you will be able to view your Apple Watch data within the Health Mate app.

Refreshing Apple Health Data

In order to refresh your Apple Health data, you will fist need to sync your mobile app with the Apple Health app. To do this, scroll down to the end of the activity log on the Mobile app and tap on the “Sync with your Apple Health app” button. After you have done this, you can pull down on the screen to refresh or close the app and reopen it. Apple Health data updates every hour from the time you connected to Apple Health, so keep that in mind when refreshing your data.

Apps That Sync With Apple Health

Apps that sync with Apple Health are those that are designed to track your health and fitness goals, such as physical activity, nutrition, sleep and more. Health data can be shared between compatible apps and devices such as Apple Watch, iPhone and iPad. Popular apps that sync with Apple Health include:

• Map My Run: Tracks your runs, hikes, walks, or other activities and allos you to set goals for yourself.
• Nike+ Run Club: Helps you stay motivated with running challenges and rewards.
• Runkeeper: Logs your runs and helps you set goals for yourself.
• RUNNING for weight loss: Uses a calorie-based system to help you reach your weight loss goals.
• Strava Running and Cycling: Allows you to track your running or cycling progress over time.
• Runtastic: Provides personalized training plans tailored to your fitness level.
• RunGo: Gives audio cues so you can navigate unfamiliar routes without getting lost.
• Running Walking Tracker Goals: Helps you set up a plan to reach your running or walking goals.

Compatibility of Apple Health with Scales

The QardioBase X Smart WiFi Scale and Full Body Composition 12 Fitness Indicators Analyzer is compatible with Apple Health and Apple Watch. It is also compatible with Samsung Health, Google Fit, MyFitnessPal, Alexa and Siri. With this scale, you can monitor your weight, body fat percentage, muscle mass, hydration levels, bone mass and more – all in the palm of your hand. You can even sync your data to other fitness apps such as Fitbit or Jawbone UP so you can have a complete picture of your overall health.


Health Mate is an excellent app for those looking to keep track of their health. It easily syncs with the Apple Health app and allows users to keep track of their fitness, nutrition, sleep, weight, and more. With features like real-time coaching, detailed insights into their health data, and integration with Apple Watch, it provides users with a comprehensive view of their health. Additionally, its simple setup and user-friendly interface make it easy to use for all levels of users.

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