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In present times, an individual needs to keep track of his health and finances-related data. The existing method to track medical data is to maintain a physical file of medical reports and prescriptions, and carry them physically to clinics whenever required. In the case of Financial Records, such as household expenses, pen and paper are used to save daily spending, files are made to save important receipts and invoices, and for doing bank transfers and online payments, people need to carry their Credit/Debit Cards and Bank Details. “Abettor” is an Android application that provides a platform to manage health and finance-related data, the app has two separate modules to keep track of user’s health and finance-related records, using an Interactive User Interface. Furthermore, the proposed application also includes essential features such as data security and steps count.
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