9zest recently launched the web version for 9zest Parkinson’s Therapy, 9zest Stroke Rehab and 9zest FixHealth. The web version will allow 9zest users to workout via a web browser. This implies that the same 9zest experience will be available on a bigger screen, i.e., desktop, laptop and Smart TV (using Chromecast, Roku, etc.).
This also means 9zest therapeutic solutions now come with multi-device support and are accessible across mobile and desktop devices. The move is expected to keep the users engaged to their workout plans. In case the user is away from the bigger screen and is traveling, he/she will be able to resume the therapy on his/her very own mobile or tablet.
Enhanced user experience
The streamlined interface gives you better clarity of your audio-video sessions. By using just a web browser, you can start your therapy at the location of your convenience. Thanks to the cloud-based structure, you don’t have to install anything other than a web browser.
In addition to this, the web version offers you enhanced and simple payment experience that could be, at times, tricky and time consuming on mobile devices.
How it works
New interface appears similar to the 9zest apps, available on both Android and iOS. To use 9zest therapeutic solutions on the web, the user needs to login on 9zest.com with registered ID and password.
Once the user logs in, he/she will be able to make the most of his/her exercise plan that is already in sync with the app. The move is expected to pave the way for the users who wanted to follow audio-video sessions on a bigger screen when connected to Wi-Fi or other mobile networks.
This Blog is contributed by Dr. Deepak Kr. Nain. He is a certified therapist who specializes in the field of rehabilitation. Deepak possesses a clinical expertise in prescribing the best solutions to help people with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS).