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Instant Heart Rate

Instant Heart Rate by Azumio was rated the best health and fitness app on Mobile Premier Awards in 2011. All you have to do to use this app is place your finger over the camera lens, and let your phone calculate your heart rate. It works by using the LED camera light to recognize color changes in your finger as ... Read More »


Mapmyride is the same app as Mapmyrun, only for cycling. You can easily use this app to track your route with GPS as well as your speed, distance and calories burned. Mapmyride also takes your altitude into account, which is an important factor when cycling uphill and downhill. This Mapmyrun gives accurate feedback information regarding your route, unlike similar apps ... Read More »

Fitness Buddy

Fitness Buddy provides you with a library full of over 1700 exercises that are categorized by the muscle group you are looking to train. For instance, if you want to strengthen your deltoids, but don’t know which exercises are beneficial, you can click on the deltoids on the body map of muscles that looks to be straight out of an ... Read More »

Runtastic Pedometer PRO

  Runtastic Pedometer Pro turns your smartphone into—you guessed it—a pedometer. It counts your every step, with the goal the “everyone should walk 10,000 steps per day.” Like other apps that focus on one specific aspect of fitness, rather than trying to synthesize your entire life into a fitness plan, Runtastic Pedometer Pro attacks the simple task of walking/running, an ... Read More »

Zombies, Run!

  There’s nothing like a mission to keep you motivated, and Zombies, Run has got 23 of them. If a simple playlist isn’t enough to keep you entertained during a run, you might consider upgrading to Zombies, Run, the running app/game that pits you against a town of zombies who would like to feast on your brain. The app will ... Read More »


P90X Especially if you’re already a P90X user, you’ll find this companion application extremely useful for tracking progress, setting goals, and staying motivated. You can also log non-P90X workouts and nutrition information, similar to just about every other fitness app on the market. There is also, of course, a social component, so you can design a profile share progress with ... Read More »

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