$GTCH "Mobility is a key feature with today’s technology and qTerm is no different. We are currently building an iOS mobile application to enable results review and AI communication channel. The mobile app is based on the user’s interface of the qTerm’s device, ensuring Bluetooth connection with its electronics, and at a later stage, communicating the information with its AI system for further analysis. The iPhone mobile application will be synchronized with the device’s website and Widget. An Android version was already developed and was used for prototype testing, the iOS version will be parallel to support iPhone devices. The app will present vitals measurement, including rapid color-code visual feedback for abnormal results. Users will be able to access their data via the mobile app and personal computer using the web application; worldwide. The data will be secured with the most up-to-date cybersecurity measures to keep user’s privacy and confidentiality. The company will consider adding additional important health related information like, nearest clinics, urgent care sites, and hospital locations. A robust mobile technology for iPhones and Android devices is a key feature of the qTerm device and we plan to further develop its capabilities. Utilizing modern iOS mobile technology, will make the qTerm device a global, personal, health assistant; to monitor, analyze, advise and alert, keeping our lives healthier and happier," said Danny Rittman, the Company’s CTO.