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Lance Armstrong wannabes have a new iPhone app to help them record their rides and track their performance. Strava Cycling debuted Thursday in the iOS App Store.
The 5.0 updates to Runmeter, Walkmeter, and Cyclemeter--expected to hit the App Store in the coming week -- add integration with the dailymile social network for fitness enthusiasts, advanced data import capabilities, and new voices and dialects available via in-app purchase.
A security researcher has unveiled a unique experimental side project: an augmented reality iOS app that uses a device's camera to correct for the most common form of color blindness.
A sign in an Apple Store is the latest clue in the legend of the white iPhone 4, an iPhone app is a life-saver, and Cupertino taps some talent for the latest addition to its campus.
MacPractice, maker of management and clinical software for physicians, chiropractors, optometrists and dentists, has released an iPad interface with access to many of the desktop version's features.
Nike has one-upped its own app built into iOS by releasing Nike+ GPS, a new App Store app designed for runners. The decision to release a separate app is a little confusing, but it offers a couple unique features such as GPS tracking and Challenge Me.
Doctors are finding new applications to provide shortcuts for their busy work days. That includes a new voice-enabled medical search app for the iPhone.
Move over games and make room for medicine. A growing number of developers are tapping into a treasure trove of U.S. government healthcare data and coming up with innovative iPhone apps that help consumers make better medical decisions.
Poscitech's Fitaide Pro app aims to motivate you to get in shape by harnessing one of our greatest motivational sources -- our peers.
When it comes to health and fitness, the App Store has you covered. From calorie-counting apps to exercise apps to an app that monitors your sleeping, here are five iPhone apps that help people live healthier lives.
With Nike+ users reporting problems after upgrading to iOS 4, app maker Abvio says its fitness apps have been updated to run on Apple's new mobile OS.
The health information provider, WebMD, has released an iPad app. Like the much visited Website and the iPhone app, the iPad version gives you access to detailed information about hundreds of health conditions, from the ordinary to the obscure.
Although AT&T has been aggressively improving its 3G network in recent months, the company could still struggle to retain iPhone users if rival Verizon began offering Apple's smartphone.