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Appy New Year: 3 Fitness & Health Apps You Need To Try


by Ellie Balfe
06th Jan 2016

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Need a helping hand getting yourself in gear? Never fear, there’s an app for that!

S HEALTH

This handy little app allows you to track your exercise throughout the day, monitor calories burned, and acts as a food diary,’making it easy to count your calorie intake to ensure you’re consuming the correct amount in relation to activity. Plus, the S Health works in conjunction with the new Samsung Gear S2 watch, which can track distances/steps, heart rate, and water and caffeine intake, and send the information back to your Galaxy S6, S6 edge, or edge+ using the S Health app, making this the best app you’ll adopt this month.

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DIETSENSOR

Afraid your next meal out might derail your resolutions completely? Well, the DietSensor can answer that very question?for you. The CES 2016 Innovation Award- winning app tells people what they need to know in the absence of a nutritional label, and is perfect for people monitoring their diet. Hold your phone about half an inch from food, snap a pic, and the process is complete. Your calories, carbs, protein, fat, and alcohol levels are covered.

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PERIOD TRACKER LITE

Keeping on top of your reproductive health is key. This period tracker helps you stay informed by logging the date of your?periods and calculating the average of your past three months? menstrual cycles to predict the start date of your next period, highlighting any irregularities if they arise. Bonus features include viewing your current and future period dates, ovulation and fertile days, your moods, symptoms, weight and temperature in?a simple month-view calendar.

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