Don't-Miss Health & fitness software Stories
Start 2012 right with a little exercise. These apps can help with everything from coming up with a routine to logging your progress.
While this app's data visualization technology is really quite elegant, the data it contains is either incorrect or presented in misleading ways.
The next time you hit the grocery store, any one of these apps can help you track down healthier food options.
If your goal is simply to become more aware of what you choose to eat, and to nudge yourself toward defaulting to healthier eating, this iPhone app is a great, low-fuss tool.
Keeping track of what you eat is a great way to stay on top of your diet. These iOS apps can help you log your calorie intake.
This excellent fitness app offers all the benefits of a personal trainer at a fraction of the cost.
If music is an essential part of your workout, then iWorkout Muse Pro (or the more limited, less expensive iWorkout Muse) should become part of your exercise regimen.
This comprehensive exercise app is a very good fitness offering that sometimes tries to do too much and doesn't always measure up to its iPhone counterpart.
If you love your pets, for less than the price of a chew toy, you can have an app that presents concise, easy-to-follow information in the event of an emergency.
There's much to like about this fitness app, which has some clever features to help you meet your exercise goals.
Each of the three GymFu.com apps tested here work the same way, providing interactive fun that keep you motivated to reach your workout goals.
Both the paid and free versions of this running advice app are surprisingly strong additions to the market for semi-personalized training and coaching.
This app attempts to help you accent colors in your mobile images, and while its results are decent, this may be an image-editing activity that's better suited for another device.
The success of this app lies in its ability to do something relatively complicated -- detailed calorie counting -- in a very simple manner. A quick spin through ShapeUp Club, and you'll be amazed that you get this kind of functionality for free.
The App Store has a number of offerings that let you keep score of baseball games from your iPhone and iPod touch. Some -- most notably, Pointstreak K-Force -- do a decent job. But even the best mobile scorekeeper is no match for a sharp pencil and a good scorebook.