Keeping fit and staying healthy is important and even easier with the help of these handy phone apps. Here I present ten of the best across the iPhone, BlackBerry and Android platforms so whether you are on a no carb diet or want to stop smoking this article is here to help you.
CALORIE COUNTER BY FAT SECRET
Calorie Counter is the essential app for any weight loss diet, you can simply find nutritional info for the food you eat and to keep track of your meals, exercise and weight.
The Calorie Counter application has all the cool tools to help you succeed:
With your GPS enabled phone you can:
High blood pressure is also known as hypertension. Having persistent hypertension may cause symptoms, such as strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, arterial aneurysm and chronic renal failure. Track your blood pressure everyday with BP Diary helps you always know the condition of you current blood pressure (Systolic and Diastolic) and prevent any hypertension symptoms.
The Body Mass Index helps you to evaluate your current weight. Depending on age and gender, it is used to determine your ideal weight. Use this widget to calculate and estimate your individual BMI.
Vision offers four eyes tests, and Ishihara Colour Vision, Astigmatism, Retinal Function and Visual Field Tests. The Info & Help section offers information on eye First Aid, vitamins, eye illnesses and more. The app also includes some challenging eye exercises that to stimulate blood flow to the eyes or to relax your eyes.
Vision is often something that deteriorates slowly over time and may not be noticed so these tests are essential.
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The app is perfect for those who are just starting to get in shape and for those of you on the lookout for a new way to rev up your workout. The app comes with tools to track your workouts. One is the distance log to track your mileage and the other is a motion based gauge to determine how many calories you burn. You also get a GPS that works with your device to help map out your routes and track your pace and mileage. Along with these functional tools, you also get fitness tips, mini workout videos, charts and graphics to help you visualize your progress.
On a diet, trying to keeping track of how many calories you consume each day and burn each day can be tricky. Just list what you eat at each meal and let the app crunch the numbers for you. Lose It! also takes into account that we eat out occasionally, and has a variety of restaurants in its database. So while you’re at a fast-food restaurant you can pick out menu items while standing in line and see what fits into your daily ‘budget’. There are also a number of named-brand food items in the database so you don’t have to guess what might be the generic equivalent of what you’re actually eating.
It also has online social networking that allows you to connect to other calorie counters using this program so support is always close at hand.
This Mosquito Repeller runs in the background prevents you from getting bitten by mosquitoes, ticks and some other nasty bugs. The application emits ultra sound that insects dislike. The pitch of the sound is so high that most humans will not notice anything. Keep the application close to you and enjoy the outdoors without bites. There are about 3500 known mosquito species in the world and they all react slightly different to the repeller. Use the pitch selector to find optimal repelling frequency for the mosquitos in your region.
The simple Medical Records will help you to remember time to take medicine. The app is good for Patients or Nurses.
Smoking is bad for your health. Around 106,000 people in the UK die each year from smoking related diseases. This app includes numerous tips to motivate you into quitting. The Stop Smoking app keeps records of your usage and saved money.