Tagged: activity

Daybook — A Simple Way to Keep Track of your Goals

Daybook is a really simple web app to keep track of important goals that matter to you. It is built by Brian Lovin and inspired by this tweet by Josh Puckett. The idea is simple — just add a list of things or goals that you want to keep a track of. Then every time you hit the goal or finish that activity, increase the count. Rinse and repeat. You can add notes to each activity by simply clicking on...

TodaySteps — Daily Activity Tracker for iPhone

TodaySteps is a really cool pedometer app for iPhone that tracks your daily activity and shows you the details in a neatly designed UI. I love apps that stick to one feature and do it well, and TodaySteps falls perfectly into that category. TodaySteps sports a simple UI with a dark background and radiant colors for the highlights. It tracks your daily physical activity like total number of steps, floors climbed, distance traveled and calories burned and displays this data...

Get Moving for iPhone

Since the introduction of the iPhone 5s, we’ve seen several fitness related apps appear on the App Store. Most of these apps use the iPhone 5s’ M7 motion coprocessor to track your steps. Get Moving is an app that not only tracks your steps (using the M7 motion coprocessor) but also your inactivity. The app uses some beautiful colours and glyphs to display useful activity tracking information. The main screen of the app has an attractive circular figure situated right...

Human Activity in Cities Around the World

Human is a beautiful Activity Tracker app for iPhone that runs in the background and tracks your activities like walking, running or biking. Early versions of the app were a little buggy and quite a battery hog when I used ’em, but lately, the app has been spectacular and is quite popular on the App Store as well. The team at Human gathered all the aggregated data collected via the app from its users, anonymized it and have created a...