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[APP][1.6+]Breath Health Tester: An innovative app testing your breathing rate

[What is it?]Can you imagine an app can test your breathing rate? Breath Health Tester appears! It can help users test the breathing rate, degree of evenness of breathing and also calculate the estimated heart rate.[How does it work?]The principle…

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