Wellness? There’s a App for That…

IPad-2-Wellness-AppsAs tablet computers and smartphones become more and more popular, people are using more and more applications for daily tasks whether for scheduling, productivity, games, or social networking.  People might even find themselves using dozens of apps each day.

A Few Clicks Away

Perhaps you were unaware that these application services, like Apple’s App Store and Google Play for Android devices, can be great resources for getting in shape, eating healthier, and living an overall healthier lifestyle.  These apps also offer great getaways from mobile versions of Facebook and Twitter and the ever-so-popular Angry Birds.

Dozens of Choices for Wellness Apps

Exercise-with-mobile-applicationsThe App Store and Google Play make finding the right application extremely easy.  Simply search fitness, health, or medical and you’ll find the choices to be great.

These are popular apps that you may want to check out.

1.  MapMyRun+ GPS Runner – This app allows you to create and track a running route.  It also calculates distance and time, and has other various functions.

2.  Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock – This app analyzes your sleep pattern and wakes you up when you’re at your lightest.

3.  Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker – This is a large database that allows you to see just how many calories your food has in it, and can guide you as you try to lose weight.

4.  WebMD – The WebMD app takes all the knowledge of the website and puts in a platform you can take everywhere.

5.  Lose It! – This app has different weight lose options to choose from, and counts calories similar to the Calorie Counter.

Though these are the top applications on the Apps Store, all of them can be found on Google Play as well.  You may find other apples helpful too, like Nike+ Running, P90X, Quit Smoking Pr, or Yoga Studio.

Check These Apps Out

No matter the goal or workout plan, these apps are there to help you get where you want to be.  Don’t feel like your tablet is limited to sending emails and surfing the web or your phone can only be used to send texts and make phone calls.  The options for wellness are inexpensive and some are free.  And the best part is, they all sit in the palm of your hand.



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  1. Looks like some handy apps to bring my workout to the next level. Thanks for the tips!

  2. I hadn’t heard of any of these apps before visiting this blog. Thanks for the heads up!

  3. I love these! They’ve been very helpful in my workout routines, and in just keeping me mindful that I need to go work out.

  4. These apps seem like they would be very useful. It makes me want to get back into the routine of working out regularly. I’ll have to check these out.

  5. I am very curious about the sleep cycle alarm clock and how that works, will have to check it out! Thanks for sharing all of these great apps that aid in our well-being.

  6. I can see how a calorie counter app would be very helpful for maintaining your diet. I’ve heard you can’t out train a bad diet.

  7. Now I just need an app to actually make me go to the gym in the first place. Not just an alarm to remind me, but something that physically moves me there against my will.

  8. These apps are great inventions. They make it easier to take care of one’s self.

  9. These seem really great. I can see how they’d be very valuable to someone who works out regularly. The sleep cycle alarm is the most interesting to me.

  10. I hope that these apps encourage more people to exercise regularly. It’s important to take care of your body and these apps would be helpful to do that.

  11. i love how technology makes everything in our lives easier. With these it’ll be easier to take care of my body and feel great.

  12. Great apps! Technology is making it so convenient to get in shape, especially the calorie counter.

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