Fitbit might have no interest in Apple Health integration but other device manufacturers obviously feel differently.
Jawbone, Garmin, and iHealth have all confirmed that their various devices will support Health, and now BACtrack has released an update that will allow Apple’s new Health application to track your blood alcohol levels in conjunction with the BACtrack Mobile breathalyzer and the BACtrack Vio breathalyzer.
9to5 Mac points to an update to BACtrack’s companion app that adds support for syncing your BAC levels to Apple Health and will allow you to track your daily drinking and monitor how your BAC affects your sleep, exercise, and calorie count for the day.
Health was announced at WWDC in June of this year and released last month. It gathers information from various different health apps and combines it in one place. The HealthKit API allows app developers the ability to create apps capable of communicating with each other, just like BACtrack is doing.