Don't-Miss Health & fitness software Stories
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.
Kinsa makes taking kids' temps easier, and remembers each family member's history.
There are a thousand and one fitness apps out there, but FitStar gets the gold medal by being our staff pick this week.
Healthier is a utility to remind you to get up from sitting all day at your desk.
Who needs a pedometer? Moves can tell if you're walking, running, biking, at work, at home, or in transit.
It's not going to turn any heads, but for $60 you could do worse.
Another contender has entered the fit tech arena....
Fitbit's Flex is its first wrist-worn tracker. Can it compare the to other Fitbit trackers and the Jawbone Up?
The $30 Movband counts steps and "moves." And the price is extremely impressive. Unfortunately, not much else about the band is.
The original Jawbone Up was a disaster. But the re-released model fixes the problems with its predecessor, and combines with the companion iOS app for a very nice and stylish fitness tracker.
The Striiv Play smart pedometer works with a free app to track your steps, stairs, distance, time, and calories.
The Fitbit Zip is a nice, entry-level fitness tracker. It's good as is, but needs a bug fix to earn a higher endorsement for iPhone users.