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Health and fitness are important assets of our life, and using our Android smartphones, we can keep an eye on our health and fitness. There have been thousands of apps developed on this subject. Not all of them are free but they are definitely worth the cost.
Here are the top five android apps for health and fitness:
My Tracks – A Google App which records the stats of the track you are running right now. It records your speed, distance and also shows the track on the map. The app also works while you are on a vehicle. It’s a good app for keeping record of the distance you run or walk and you can even share your stats on social media sites.
Zombies, Run!–As I started using the app, I found that I was running farther than ever. The app creates sounds of zombies coming to attack you and you have to run to save your flesh. The app is available as paidor free.
SleepStats–Everyone has abusy schedule which affects your sleep time and your body. If we get the required sleep on a daily basis, then we are helping our bodies fight off a lot of diseases. This app has really impressed me for its functionality. It sets an alarm on your device based on your sleep. If you are in deep sleep then it will postpone the alarm time. It gets its stats from the sleeping patterns and movements of our body when we are sleeping. The app has received mix reviews but still it’s one of the most popular apps. You can also try it for free or install the paid version to get more options.
Instant Heart Rate–Heart patients are increasing so the demands for related equipments are becoming more important. You can either purchase equipment to record your heart rate or your smartphone can also do the same for you. You need to install this app and it will note your heart rate without using any other equipment. The stats out of it are nearly accurate. The app is available as free but you can also go for the Pro version which is the paid one.
Fitness Buddy: 1700 Exercises–Exercising is an important part of living a healthy life these days but not all the gyms have dedicated trainers. Now you can install this app on your phone and it will guide you through the exercises. There are thousands of exercises that you can watch on video and hear directions. The app is available as a free version also. It sounds awkward getting training from a smartphone but you should give a try to the app. It isdefinitely worth it.
About Author: Rachel Talbert is a professional copywriter and author who contributes on behalf of companies such as protectyourbubble.com android insurance, a leading insurance brand in the US that protects your smart phones and tablets against theft, liquid damages and more.
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