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Healthy 365 is a mobile application by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) Singapore which aims to encourage users to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Through the use of gamification and rewards, users are encouraged to sign up for in-app challenges and health programmes to earn Healthpoints. The app seamlessly pairs with fitness tracking devices to help users log their daily steps count and amount of time spent on active exercises. Users can also scan QR codes via the app to earn Healthpoints when they purchase healthier meals, drinks and groceries from participating partners.

Key Features:

- Fitness journey at a glance featuring user's fitness and rewards information

- Health challenges, including the National Steps Challenge and Eat, Drink, Shop Healthy Challenge, for users to sign up to convert their healthier actions into rewards

- Events listing featuring exercise classes that users can book via the app

- Healthpoints redemption that includes a catalogue of healthy lifestyle rewards for users to choose from

Minimum Mobile Phone OS Requirements:

- iOS Ver. 10

Supported HPB-Issued Fitness Trackers:

- AxtroFit

- AxtroFit 2

- Careeach HR

- Glide HR

- Tempo 2 HR

- Tempo 3C HR

Supported 3rd Party Fitness Apps:

- Actxa®

- Apple Health

- Fitbit

- Garmin Connect ™

- Polar Flow

- Samsung Health

What’s New

Version 6.1.8

Minor Big Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
12.5K Ratings

12.5K Ratings

LCFong ,


The program keeps our family going for 10,000 steps each day. The serious problem is that all the free Axtro trackers that we collected for season 4 are faulty just about 6 months from first use. The trackers cannot pick up the MVPA after a while or the batteries cannot be recharged. Went to the service centre at Centrepoint to get replacement for all 4 trackers on a few occasions when the same problem recur. In November 2019 the service Center personnel did not want to give anymore replacement even though it is still under warranty.

It is also sad to see so many senior citizens were at the service centre with the same issues. It is so frustrating when we are already halfway into the program. Hope HPB can be more thorough and provide trackers that do work.

isanpreview ,

Inaccurate record of daily average steps

Whoever’s writing this app needs to look into why the “Daily Average Steps” under “Challenge Summary” is reporting highly inaccurate data. Just comparing it against the month-by-month daily average steps data on my app (indicated by the green lines) and working out the overall average from those shows that the overall average is way below the correct figure. And when you complete a certain number of steps on any given day that is more than the present daily average steps shown, the daily average steps data should logically go up, but it doesn’t. Instead, it GOES DOWN. How come? Similarly, my weekly average MVPA minutes data seems to be stuck for some time now, it doesn’t update at all. Side note: the monthly daily average step green lines mostly appear to be positioned wrongly, if you look at where they are in relation to the daily step bars in the chart.

waterbaby1810 ,

App cannot change tracking mode. It’s useless. Nothing works to change track mode.

After I synced to the free health tracker I cannot change back to my iPhone health app to track my steps. This is stupid! I bring my iPhone everywhere. And the health tracker is hard to wear & uncomfortable. I have not been able to switch back successfully for more than a month! Deleted the app. Reinstall. Doesn’t work. The button shows tracking via health app but it’s showing zero steps all the time. I tried to link it again after updating the app. Now it says enable health tracker on iPhone health app first. But the iPhone health app had not been changed at all, both buttons for heart rate & steps are enabled all along! But no steps have been synced or tracked. This is a really ineffective app! It doesn’t even register the steps I’ve taken!! Fix it! And make sure it syncs properly to iPhone health app. How can it only recognize the free steps tracker from HPB???

App Privacy

The developer, Health Promotion Board, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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