Feb 02, 2016 - CreativeFactory s.r.o. today announces AirMood 1.1, an important update to their fitness app developed for iOS devices. AirMood is a minimalistic and carefully designed breathing tool to help anyone relieve stress, fear and anxiety and become more mindful. The app guides users through various breathing techniques that can help them become more mindful, relaxed or energized and powerful. It includes a handy Apple Watch App as well as reminders to help stay on track with breathing goals.
Feb 01, 2016 - SenseLabs releases SenseSleep 1.0.0 for iOS, an update to the fitness app that offers controlled breathing exercises to help your brain easily enter a more relaxed, sleepy state. By monitoring your heart rate while guiding you through simple breathing exercises, SenseSleep is designed to lower your heart rate, calm your brainwaves, and prepare your body for rest. Version 1.0.0 introduces a new sleep rating system, sleep insights, redesigned onboarding flow and minor bug fixes.
Jan 26, 2016 - Robots and Pencils today announce CAKEWALK 1.2, a free fitness tracking app for the iPhone and Apple Watch that shames you into exercising. Using the iPhone's motion activity, CAKEWALK tracks how many steps a user takes throughout the day. Every morning, the app compares the user's step count from the day before to the user's average weekly activity before serving up an assortment of motivational one liners and challenges. The lazier a user is, the more shame is dished out.
Jan 14, 2016 - UK based Catalyst Mobile Ltd today introduces Thinner 1.0.0, its new weight management app developed exclusively for iPhone and Apple Watch. Offering a new concept in weight management using your Apple Watch, Thinner is the first app of its kind that lets you see in real-time how your calorie input and output is tracking against your diet goals with a glance at your watch. After initial setup, keep your iPhone in your pocket and track from the watch.
Jan 07, 2016 - PVDAPPS today introduces Heart Rate Plus 1.0, their new heart rate monitor app developed for iPhone and iPod touch. Heart Rate Plus app will measure your heartbeat with great accuracy, using your iPhone's camera sensor and flashlight by processing the images of your pulse on your finger. Check your heart rate anytime, anywhere with Heart Rate Plus - at your home or your office - when you wake up, relax, before and after exercise, or before a big meeting.
Jan 05, 2016 - Healthgoal360 LLC introduces Healthgoal360 1.0, the company's namesake fitness app developed exclusively for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Healthgoal360 is designed in a way that is intuitive and easy to use and is a 'one-stop shop' for tracking steps, calories burned, calories consumed, and blood glucose. Whether a user suffers from diabetes and needs a better way to manage it or just wants to be their best selves through staying physically fit, this app is for them.
Dec 31, 2015 - Barracuda Partners announces Diet Hero 1.1.1, a weight loss app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch that tells you what and how much to eat. Diet Hero can create a new eating plan every day, with portion sizes listed for each food. No calorie counting needed. Users won't have to force-feed themselves with foods that they don't want to eat. Diet Hero takes into consideration the user's food preferences, the foods that are available in the kitchen, and information about a user's weight loss goals.
Dec 30, 2015 - App entrepreneurs, Salman Rajput, Annie Tuan, and Carly Carlin are pleased to introduce SimpleSteps 1.0, their free health-based app for iOS & Android devices. The goal of SimpleSteps is to get people to eat healthier and actually stick with it by helping them make simple, achievable changes over time. SimpleSteps breaks down ambitious health goals into easy steps, tailored to anyone's lifestyle. It helps build habits around these healthy changes so they become an automatic part of any routine.
Dec 03, 2015 - Cairn, the mobile app that enables people to stay in touch while enjoying the outdoors, announced the launch of their new iOS app today. The first of its kind, Cairn displays spots with cell coverage, keeps emergency contacts up to date, and tracks the user's location, enabling rescuers to find lost or injured users faster. Developed by a professional alpinist and former Air Force survival instructor, this free app was born of a desire to make adventuring outdoors safer for everyone.