As part of a $1 billion round of financing, Medtronic is partnering with Opko Health to bring back its Healthkit app for Apple Watch and iOS devices.

The app’s popularity was not helped by the fact that the iPhone and iPad versions of HealthKit are not available for download.

Instead, users have to install the new version of the app, which is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

The new version is called “HealthKit 4.”

The announcement of the partnership came on the heels of Apple’s announcement of an updated version of its Health app for iOS devices on Friday.

According to a statement from the company, HealthKit 4 will allow users to “better manage their health by allowing them to create personalized, customized health plans, track their health and make better health decisions.”

The new version will also be available for “all Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad devices, including the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 8.”

The health app, first released in 2016, was updated in 2017 with support for HealthKit 5.5, which was a major update that improved the overall experience.