Health Apps – If you failed some of your New Year resolutions, don’t lose hope. You have trillions of chances to start again!
Health is wealth!
Many Millennials who were in the 30s and above are now health conscious because of their lifestyle and busy schedule (in their work). Due to the increase of stress level (either from work or personal issues), it is very important to many of us to watch out for our health status. Furthermore, as we get aged, there are many changes happening in our bodies, thus making us more are prone to such health issues.
Top Health Apps for Android Users
Google Fit – Fitness Tracking and OEM Apps
Android users have plenty of options. Thanks to developers of many phone manufacturers and Google who developed such useful health apps.
Google has Google Fit and Samsung has S Health, These apps can track users’ fitness, calorie intake, water intake, and other fitness stats. Most of these apps are free, easy to use, and have decent features.
(Free with in-app purchases)
StrongLifts 5×5 Workout is another best health app. The app’s goal is to focus mostly on strength training via the StrongLifts system. It features methods to record your progress, a timer, and a bunch of other stuff.
The app has a variety of workouts and training exercises, and available on Google Store. The in-app purchase offers additional content along with what you get in the free app. For users who are looking for more hardcore workout, the in-app could be the best for them.
Runtastic Running and Fitness Tracker
Price: Free / $2.99-$4.97 per month (billed annually)
As the name suggests, it is useful for people who commit to running workout. It includes stats, graphs, exercise tracking, shoe tracker, and etc., has integration with Google Fit and MyFitnessPal. The shoe tracker feature helps a user to know when to buy new shoes. The subscription is inexpensive compared to its competitors.
MyTrainer Dasi is a free health app. It works a little bit similar to Lifesum. To use this app, a user needs to enter your age, height, and weight. After completing the details, the app will recommend diet and exercise routines for you. It doesn’t do much more than that. Some part of the app isn’t translated into English.
MyPlate Calorie Tracker
Price: Free / $9.99 per month / $44.99 per year
MyPlate Calorie Tracker has a database of over two million items, including a barcode scanner for quick additions to your tracking. The app tracks your water intake and equipped with Google Fit integration and other helpful features. Unfortunately, just like other apps, its subscription service holds most of the app’s features