Health and Fitness - Latest Releases
Tool to Cut Down Sugar Overconsumption
Mar 24, 2015 - Golmium Software Inc. today introduces How Much Sugar is it in Spoons or Cubes 1.0, their new app title for iOS devices. With this newly released app, one can easily get the number of teaspoons of sugar, or number of sugar cubes, for a given sugar content in grams. The results are presented as a picture showing actual teaspoons/sugar cubes and also in numeric form. Sugar content presented as a picture is much more easily understood and is somewhat eye-opening.
Skipnosis Studios introduces Karma Kounter for iOS - Mobile Health App
Mar 23, 2015 - California based Skipnosis Studios LLC today introduces Karma Kounter 1.0, its new mobile health app developed for iOS devices. Karma Kounter monitors up to eight health areas, including Creative, Mental, Moral, Physical, Professional, Romantic, Social and Spiritual. Main features include over 100 pre-loaded virtues with definitions, user-added virtues and activities, custom hashtags for use on social media, automatic karma point tallying via regularly recurring activities and more.
All iNutrient Apps - Save 50% When Buying the IOS App Bundle
Mar 23, 2015 - Independent iOS Developer, James Hollender has set it up so when you purchase all ten iNutrient apps as a bundle, you get the apps for 50% off the Regular purchase separately price. These apps cover the following nutrients: Calories, Carbohydrates, Cholesterol, Fiber, Potassium, Proteins, Saturated Fat, Sodium, Sugars and Vitamin K. This collection is great for those interested in looking up the values in foods and don't need to collect the information based on your food intake.
Diabetes Cravings - Control blood glucose level with innovative iOS App
Feb 24, 2015 - Independent developer Nilanjan Sengupta introduces Diabetes Cravings 1.0 for iOS to control carb intake & keep blood glucose level in check by making healthy food choices. Diabetes Cravings recommends the right foods and cravings to users to help them stay within their budgets... the app generate insightful statistics such as the worst and best meals... It adapts itself based on food habits so users never have to sit and wonder what they can or cannot eat without breaking their budget.
Take One Step at a Time to a Healthier Lifestyle With TodaySteps
Feb 18, 2015 - Flying Code announces TodaySteps, a simple iOS pedometer app with a visually stunning interface. The app tracks users' daily activity, making physical health awareness simple and manageable, even when the app is not open. Users can even input a daily step, distance, calorie or floor goal for added incentive, tracking and comparing up to the past seven days of activity. TodaySteps takes care of the technicalities behind the scenes so users can meet and exceed their fitness goals.
New Facial Massage App Will Revolutionize Your Everyday Beauty Routine
Jan 28, 2015 - Nevada based Red Rock Apps announces Facial Massage is now available for iPhone and iPad users. Thanks to the camera mode, users see live animated instructions on their own faces and perform massage. The app provides various facial massage programs which are most effective when performed two times a day for only a few minutes each. Facial Massage will help you easily include facial massage in your day-to-day beauty routine.
When are 8,194 Food Choices Just Not Enough? More Often Than You Think
Jan 19, 2015 - Indie developer James Hollender's version 2.1 of his universal iNutrients app provides lightning fast access to the entire USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference for 10 nutrients: Calories, Carbohydrates, Dietary Cholesterol, Fiber, Potassium, Proteins, Saturated Fat, Sodium, Sugars and Vitamin K. The database includes 8,463 different foods and 15,135 food servings, but sometimes that still isn't enough. Users can now add their own custom foods and food servings.
iNutrients: The Entire USDA National Nutrient DB: Calories to Vitamin K
Jan 12, 2015 - Indie developer James Hollender has made available version 2.1 of his iNutrients app with the entire USDA National Nutrient Database (Internet access not required) for: Calories, Carbohydrates, Dietary Cholesterol, Fiber, Potassium, Proteins, Saturated Fat, Sodium, Sugars and Vitamin K. The database now includes 8,463 different foods and 15,135 food servings. Even with this large quantity it may still not be enough. Users can now add their own custom foods & food servings to help fill that gap.
Learn How To Help Your Brain Stay Healthy Into Old Age - Mind Your Brain
Jan 09, 2015 - Author Brigitte de Lange today introduces Mind Your Brain, her new iBook available for download with iBooks for Mac and iOS devices. Mind Your Brain provides tools to diminish the reader's chances of dementia and help keep their brain healthy into old age. By offering insight into what happens to the brain as people age and what might be done to minimize the risk of dementia, Mind Your Brain offers a guide to help readers adapt to live a more brain-conscious lifestyle.