CuesHub offers a pair of apps (one for your smartwatch and one for your phone) that work together as your personal stress assistant. Get timely cues on your smartwatch to become mindful of stressful situations. Dig deeper on your smartphone to discover patterns in your stress and stressors.

Stress Timeline
Stressors
Stress Alerts Summary
Interventions
Get it on Google Play

For Android phone users: To install, search for “CuesHub” on the Play Store on your smartphone, and select install on all devices. The CuesHub Stress Alerts app should install on both the phone and watch automatically.

Download on the App Store

For iPhone users: To install the watch app, open the Play Store directly on your Galaxy or Fossil watch, search for “CuesHub” and download the “CuesHub: Stress Alerts” app.

For both Android and iPhone users: Once the watch app, available for Samsung Galaxy (4, 5, and 6) and Fossil (Gen 6 and Gen6 Wellness) smartwatches, is installed, open the app and grant requested permissions. Open the phone app, and follow the instructions to pair your watch app to the phone app. Stress events detected by the CuesHub app on your watch should then seamlessly sync with the CuesHub app on your smartphone.

User Testimonials

The app has helped me feel secure, and cared for, just the act of making me part of the study was enough. On top of that, when I am stressed and I get a message, the app tells me how to calm down! It is truly amazing what it does to the mind.

I was messaging with someone. It was becoming stressful. I was about to respond in a way that I would have regretted later on. That is when I received an alert. I realized I was stressed. I calmed down. I then changed my response to something more thoughtful.

I was rushing to the office, changing lanes frequently. That is when I received the first prompt. I realized I was stressed. I calmed down and the rest of the commute was peaceful.

In the news

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Our Vision

CuesHub seeks to help people live near the top end of their happiness potential by transforming the way they live, work, and interact with one another and do so while maintaining their privacy.

Team

Santosh Kumar, Ph.D. CEO and Co-Founder

In addition to work, Santosh enjoys reading, running, spending time with family, organizing social events, and watching movies.

Santosh has 25 years of experience in research and software development. In addition to serving as CEO for CuesHub, Santosh is a Professor of Computer Science and Director of an NIH-funded national research center in AI for wearables. His multidisciplinary research has resulted in AI algorithms for automatically detecting stress and stressors from wearables and pattern mining algorithms for delivering stress interventions. To protect user privacy when using AI in wearables, his research has discovered and characterized emerging privacy risks and developed mitigation approaches. He has collaborated with domain experts to develop wearable technology for job performance monitoring, stress management, relationship conflicts, behavior change, smoking cessation, overeating, congestive heart failure, oral health, cocaine and opioid addiction, and chronic pain.

Timothy Hnat, Ph.D. CTO and Co-Founder

In addition to work, Tim enjoys spending time with family, photography, tennis, and is an avid amateur ballroom dancer.

Tim has 17 years of experience developing cutting-edge AI technology for wearables and smart devices. Prior to becoming full-time CTO for CuesHub, Tim was the Chief Software Architect for two NIH-funded national research centers in AI for wearables. He led the development of research-grade software for wearables, smartphones, and cloud that enabled cutting-edge scientific studies on sensor-triggered mobile interventions. Research groups in medicine, psychology, engineering, and computing across 11 states in the U.S. have collected hundreds of terabytes of wearable sensor data using this software to push the frontiers of research in a wide variety of health, wellness, and work performance domains. Previously, as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Computer Science, his research resulted in new software platforms for smart homes and AI for wearables.