Apps

fitmob
Want to get fit without the hefty gym prices or epic commitment? Fitmob's bringing fun, community workouts straight to your neighborhood.
Would you bet money that you’ll exercise more this year? Or eat healthier? A new app is taking accountability to the next level by paying users to stick to their health goals — and fining them when they don’t.
Want to improve your hand-eye coordination? How about from the safety of your smartphone? Check out these killer apps designed to improve reaction time, accuracy, and precision.
Cody might change the face of online fitness communities. First released in March to rave reviews, the app’s latest update will greatly enhance the ‘sharing’ and ‘liking’ aspect — which the Twitter and Facebook crowd are sure to love.
Striving for a sexy six-pack? Fitness tech giant Runtastic is launching a new app to help average Joes and Janes train for toned midsections. We found out if it's legit, or too good to be true.
What if it was easy to find that perfect “sweet spot” during every run? The creators of TempoRun, a new iPhone app, want to connect music with running to make the experience better for all.

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Runtastic just released to new apps aimed at cyclists, but can they change fitness tracking in an entirely new sport?
A new app from GAIN Fitness promises to streamline CrossFit fitness tracking. We investigate WOD Unboxed to see if it lives up to the hype.
Noom is known for making top-notch health and fitness Android apps. Now, with the release of its popular Weight Loss Coach for iPhone, will the Android all-star catch fire on iOS?
A new device called Melon hopes to improve our focus with a little bit of wearable tech. Can this Kickstarter project change the way we track ourselves? Find out in our preview.
What if it was easy to find that perfect “sweet spot” during every run? The creators of TempoRun, a new iPhone app, want to connect music with running to make the experience better for all.
Striving for a sexy six-pack? Fitness tech giant Runtastic is launching a new app to help average Joes and Janes train for toned midsections. We found out if it's legit, or too good to be true.

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