Lumme tracks your bites, sips and calories, entirely from the motions of your hand.
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Lumme uses your smartwatch to track targeted behaviors from the motions of your dominant hand.
Lumme’s AI learns patterns and predicts triggers that lead to unhealthy behaviors.
Lumme delivers evidence-based suggestions at the precise time to avert unhealthy behavior.
Lumme put its solution to the test on the leading cause of preventable deaths in the U.S. – smoking. In a clinically validated trial overseen by the National Cancer Institute at the Yale School of Medicine, Lumme more than doubled the efficacy of a smoking cessation program. Lumme’s passive monitoring technology was able to predict and intervene in real-time six minutes before users felt a craving, yielding the highest quit rate of any product in the market, including nicotine patches, drugs and other apps.
Predictive interventions for your biggest weaknesses
Lumme turns your smartwatch into a weight management device that passively tracks your eating habits without manual input, predicts unhealthy eating triggers and intervenes with personalized, science-backed interventions to avoid them.
The power to quit smoking is on your wrist
Turn your WearOS by Google smartwatch into an AI powered quit smoking companion, clinically proven to deliver the highest quit rate of any smoking cessation product including nicotine patches, drugs and other apps.*
A smartwatch-powered behavior change platform
Lumme’s remarkable passive gesture recognition technology and predictive intervention platform is available to third parties through our API & Content Plug-ins. Improve the timing and efficacy of your coaching and science-backed content.
Lumme gives users the privacy controls to anonymize their information, and the power to selectively share it. Lumme can also apply intervention sensitivities to accommodate various levels of program commitment.
Lumme’s app is hardware agnostic. It operates on iOS and Android platforms, and can use a variety of commercially available smart wearables including a number of Fitbit models. We’re just way past using them for counting steps.