Don't-Miss Health & fitness software Stories
Apple has added a list of rules about how developers can use HealthKit, HomeKit, and keyboard data. And those rules could help it win over consumers.
This week's roundup of cool new (and updated) iOS apps includes at least three different ways to set your calendar and track your progress. If you aren't organized after today, it's not our fault.
A new lock screen bypass rears its head, Apple aims for more marketing moves, and exactly what kind of Buddhist was Steve Jobs?
Samsung is way ahead of Apple when it comes to fitness wearables, but each company is pushing health tools for developers and users as well. Who's got the goods?
You and a partner must move together to stay alive in this unconventional game.
Jawbone's Up Coffee tells you when to put down the latte so you can go to bed on time.
Dan Moren, Chris Breen, Jason Snell, and Philip Michaels discuss Apple's rumored Healthbook feature for iOS.
Time has a lengthy interview with Apple's design chief, a report claims to have a look at Apple's forthcoming software entry into the health arena, and more college sports content arrives on the Apple TV.
This connected device -- a breathing trainer and a game controller -- provides cricual symptom tracking to parents, too.
An indoor cycling sensor, the XSPIN tracks your activities on a variety of stationary bikes.
Thanks to the M7 coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, Nike's new fitness app can track your movements without a separate hunk of hardware around your wrist.
LUMOback is the automatic nagging machine our parents always dreamed of.