Tagged: health

Google Calendar Adds Apple Health Integration for your Goals

Ever since Google launched the Google Calendar app for iOS back in 2015, the company has continued to steadily add some great new features and improvements to the app. The illustrations in the app for various types of events look splendid and my favorite feature of the app has been its ability to intelligently reschedule your goals, wherein the app automatically finds the best time for your goals based on your schedule for the day. Today, Google has released v1.6.7...

Today is a Beautiful Habit Tracker for iPhone

Today is a beautiful and elegant habit tracking app for iPhone. It lets you add your daily goals and is designed to motivate you as you move towards your goals, as well as give you an insight into how you’ve been doing since you started. Today has been ingeniously crafted by the talented duo at Neybox, previously known for Pillow the gorgeous and powerful sleep-cycle tracking app for iPhone, and also my personal favorite. Today is far more advanced than...

Water — An Elegantly Simple Reminder App

The talented folks at NFN Labs understand the importance of staying hydrated in your day-to-day and busy lives. The intake of water at regular intervals is essential for a healthy body and hence, they’ve crafted a really simple and elegant reminder app to ensure that everyone drinks water on time. And the app is simply called… Water. At it’s core, Water is a really simple idea. It will remind you at regular intervals that it’s time to drink a glass...

Stand for Mac

One of my favorite features of the Apple Watch is its hourly reminder, nagging you to get up and walk around for a minute. As someone who spends many hours a day sitting at a desk and staring at two giant screens, the hourly reminders prove to be of great help to at least pay some attention to your own health. Inspired by this, Stand for Mac is a brilliantly named Mac app that reminds you to stand up every...

Runtastic 5

Sports tracking apps are nothing new and they have existed since we’ve had GPS built into phones. With iOS and Android, we finally could have great apps. As a fan of the great outdoors, I’ve tried a handful of these apps to track my bike rides. Endomondo is great for tracking runs but buggy when it comes to bikes. MapMyRide is great at mapping my rides but nothing else. Runtastic promises to do it all. Runtastic have added a bunch...