Studiometry 8.0.3 Released

Whether you want to build muscle, get a better night’s sleep, or have a healthier relationship with food, there’s an app for that. Actually, there are thousands of apps for that. Find out more from these
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But don’t worry! We scoured the app store to find the really good ones so you wouldn’t have to. Here are the 13 app-solute best health and fitness apps available.

13 best health and fitness apps
  1. Best overall fitness app: Sworkit
  2. Best for fitness beginners: C25K
  3. Best for running: Strava Running and Cycling
  4. Best strength training app: Strong Workout Tracker Gym Log
  5. Best personal training app: Pear
  6. Best meal-tracking app: Foodility
  7. Best calorie counter: MyFitnessPal
  8. Best for nutrition: Fooducate
  9. Best for meal planning: Nourishly
  10. Best for stress relief: Happy Not Perfect
  11. Best for meditation: Calm
  12. Best for sleep: SleepScore
  13. Best period tracker: Flo
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How we chose the best apps

When making our picks, we focused on apps that are:

  • reliable
  • inclusive
  • affordable
  • innovative
  • highly rated
  • user-friendly

We also tried to feature apps that are available on iOS and Android.

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Without further ado, here’s our top app list, including pros, cons, and what users have been saying.

Best overall fitness app


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  • Price: free to download; $9.99 a month or $59.99 a year for premium subscription
  • Platforms: iOS and Android

Pros: You can design your own workouts and skip tasks that aren’t your vibe. The video demonstrations are easy to follow, and you can listen to your own music.

Cons: A few reviewers note that the transition time between activities is a tad too short.

Tell Sworkit the type of workout you’re looking for (strength, cardio, yoga, or stretching) and the amount of time you’ve got (anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour) and the app delivers the moves to fit your sweat sesh.

If you opt for premium, the app lets you personalize even more by setting the number of reps and the areas of the body you want to focus on.

Best fitness app for fitness beginners


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  • Price: free to download; in-app purchases like ad removal ($1.99) and a Zen Unlimited Pass ($9.99 a month)
  • Platforms: iOS and Android

Pros: It’s a beginner-friendly app that has dope features like audio coaching and calorie tracking. It also gives you easy-to-follow guides for how to kick-start your fitness routine.

Cons: Some folks say the app is a bit too intense for absolute beginners. But keep in mind that you can customize the training and increase your stamina over time.

If you’ve wanted to try running but never known where to start, Couch to 5K should be the next app you download. It’s a great way to transition into #FitFam life. All you need is 30 to 40 minutes a day, 3 times a week, for 8 weeks. Each workout includes a 5-minute warmup and 5-minute cooldown.

Best fitness app for running

Strava Running and Cycling

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  • Price: free for basic use; $5 a month or $59.99 a year for premium plan (Strava Summit)
  • Platforms: iOS and Android

Pros: It’s a great way to track your running without a GPS watch. It can also help you find new running routes and lets you connect with friends.

Cons: Strava’s sharing features can be a little intimidating. Some folks feel insecure about posting their shorter or slower runs.

If you’re a serious runner or cyclist, you need one place to keep track of your most recent runs and rides. No other app comes close to the capabilities of Strava. The app can track distance, speed, elevation, calories burned, heart rate, power, and cadence. Then it synthesizes all this data into easy-to-understand graphics.


Studiometry Touch Now Available for iPad

Studiometry Touch 1.5 has been released and is now iPad native! See the full press release here:
Studiometry Touch Now Available for iPad

We’ve also added several other features and fixes to this version for existing iPhone users, which you can see below:

  • Universal app now includes iPad support
  • Can now set a passcode lock specifically for Studiometry Touch
  • Will now show notification when creating new items
  • Can now use standard date/time picker when editing due/end dates of events
  • New Add Blueprint rows in Project’s Work tab
  • Will automatically clear values when selecting text fields that have entered values of zero
  • Changing the start date of an event will automatically update the end date to be after
  • Fixed an issue with default values when creating new items
  • New option to disable auto-selecting of newly created payments
  • Fixed display issue for To Dos with no set due times
  • Fixed an issue loading clients and projects that do not have set categories
  • Date picker will now initialize with current date selected if there is no associated date

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