Apple Health app on Android is free to download, but a new beta isn’t available until December 23

Apple Health is a free, ad-supported health app for Android devices.

The beta version was released on December 15th and is now available to download from Google Play for $0.99.

This beta version has some problems, but overall it’s a great way to get started with Apple Health.

The app is free, but Apple Health has a $9.99 monthly fee to use.

The first day of the beta is a Saturday, so you won’t be able to use the app for the next few weeks.

While Apple Health hasn’t been updated since the last beta, it’s available for the iPad and iPhone now.

The iOS version of Apple Health does have a lot of new features, including a better “personalized” notification panel, a “new widget” that lets you quickly pin items to the home screen, and a “personal health app” widget.

The widget in the screenshot above allows you to easily pin items that you’ve previously pinned.

While this isn’t an official app for Apple Health, it will work with other Apple devices, so if you’re planning on using it on the iPhone or iPad, it should work.

The Android version of the app does have some bugs and a few new features as well.

While the Android version has no ads, you may see some ads while the app is running.

Apple Health also has a “quick settings” feature that lets users set up their personal health settings.

In the Quick Settings menu, you can add widgets to your home screen to easily access the settings.

You can also tap the “+” button next to a widget to bring up the Quick settings page.

To remove a widget, just swipe away from the widget.

There’s a $2.99 per month fee to access the app from GooglePlay.

The latest update for the Android app is a bug fix, which should fix a few things that have been bugging users of the iOS version.

The new iOS version also includes a new “Personal Health App” widget that can be used to quickly pin the settings for Apple Watch or Apple Health to the lock screen.

Apple Watch users should notice that they’re seeing an extra widget that looks similar to the widget from the Android beta.

If you don’t want to pay $9 for a full version of your Apple Health account, you could use the free Apple Health Personal Health app for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.