Don't-Miss Health & Fitness Software Stories
These sensor-laden socks and Bluetooth anklet struggle to live up to their $200 price tag.
If you work out regularly, a good pair of fitness earbuds can be a better investment than a fitness tracker.
The audio is nothing special, but the fitness feature is.
The slimmest wireless earbuds on the market have an audio profile designed for pop.
Yurbuds’ ‘twist-lock’ technology isn’t the most comfortable means of keeping your earbuds in your ears, but it works.
These wired earbuds aren’t innovative or exciting, but they deliver excellent sound.
Withings' sleep system emits lights to help you fall asleep and wake up, and tracks your shut-eye with underbed sensors. But is it helpful enough to earn a place in your bedroom?
Sleep monitors report how well you slept. This sleep-monitoring mattress actively helps you sleep better.
If you're willing to pay a premium for convenience, this monitor works with at least three apps, although the Health app's interface didn't wow us.
Breathe easier without having to get up and fiddle with a knob. Smartphone notifications when the filter needs changing are pretty smart too.
Set up your own health database, right on your iPhone.
Lark tracks your sleeping and fitness activity, and engages in quick conversations with you to keep you on track with your daily goals.
What iOS apps are Macworld's staffers loving this month? Check in with Serenity Caldwell, Dan Frakes, and the rest of the crew.
It's not pretty or even cheap, but this serviceable activity-tracking wristband offers special data-syncing with the Runtastic Pro mobile app.
June pairs with an iPhone app to warn you about sun exposure, so you can cover up or put on sunscreen before it's too late.