S’pore Paying People with Rewards Up to $380 If They Keep a Healthy Lifestyle with Apple Watch

Our gahmen has always been big on getting our lazy asses off the couch.

In case you didn’t know, you can register for ActiveSG and receive a S$100 credit to be used on their facilities.

Given the competitive rates and monthly passes available, the S$100 credit can get you going (and running or swimming) for a very long time.

But maybe you aren’t interested because the gyms aren’t as fancy as these adorable gym pods lah.

It’s okay, here’s a cool one: Gahmen plans to give you up to S$380 worth of rewards.

Bonus: you now have a legitimate reason to buy and show off the new Apple watch wherever you go.

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Apple x Gahmen

In a press release published yesterday (Sep 15), Apple announced the brainchild of a collaboration with the Singapore government – LumiHealth.

The tech giant partnered with the Health Promotion Board to design the program as part of the country’s Smart Nation initiative.

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LumiHealth is a personalized software aimed at encouraging healthy behaviours and activities using Apple Watch.

It’s the winning proposal in Singapore’s open call two years earlier for a health enrichment strategy.

Personalized Health Program

Behavioural insights from physicians and public health experts went into the design of LumiHealth.

Harnessing the power of Apple Watch, the app delivers personalized reminders, programs, activity coaching, and incentives to motivate healthy lifestyle adoption.

Users document their journey with a friendly intergalactic explorer, who guides them through weekly tasks tailored to their age, gender, and weight.

LumiHealth also sends out reminders for health screenings and immunizations.

Furthermore, there will be wellness challenges to improve sleep habits and mindfulness, as well as diet choices.

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By completing the goals, users help the intergalactic explorer get back home.

On top of that, they get to earn rewards worth up to S$380 over the two-year duration of the program.

Privacy is a Priority

Participation requires an Apple Watch and the LumiHealth application, which will be available on the App Store by the end of October.

“Even as all of us around the world are dealing with the challenges of COVID-19, we must keep investing in our future. And there is no better investment than in our own personal health,” said Heng Swee Keat, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister.

“This partnership between Singapore and Apple will enable Singaporeans to lead healthier lives, but equally important, it will contribute valuable insights into improving the health of people all over the world.”

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Apple assures that the app is built with customer privacy and data security in mind.

Users are free to provide consent for data collection upon sign up and opt-out at any time.


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The info collected is limited to those relevant to the program, and will not be sold or shared for marketing purposes.

As for Android people? Well, it won’t be the first time you’re feeling left out, as my editor always says.

Just stick to the free Fitbit you can redeem from HPB and continue using the Healthy365 app to earn rewards.

Read Also: Every S’porean Will Get S$100 Tourism Vouchers To Use For Staycations, Attractions & Tours


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