In mid-October we reported that a bug in the app Sade made Apple temporarily remove blood glucose measurements from the app. For iOS 8.2 beta 3 this feature is back, as we can see below.
Screenshots: Silvio Sousa Cabral.
Another novelty of the latest beta version of iOS 8.2 that, now, all health data has a brief explanation, as we can see in the image above. This is great for us lay users, who have no idea what copper is for in our bodies, for example.
Apart from these two improvements, the app itself remains exactly the same. In my review of Sade I mentioned some problems that should be circumvented by Apple, such as a more social view, interactive graphics, tips on how to improve your health based on the data that is captured by the app, among many other things.
Apparently, if something like that comes, be minimally on iOS 9.