Fitness Apps

Fitness Apps

We gather and review the latest and best fitness iOS and android apps. We focus on a wide range of both free fitness apps and paid versions, ranging from market leaders like my fitness pal through to lesser-known but equally valuable calorie counting apps.

BMW owners can now stream music via Napster using the BMW ConnectedDrive system. The popular music streaming service costs £10 a month in the...

Over the past six months or so, the user base of WhatsApp Messenger has positively exploded, to the point that it seems like everybody...

Social media and fitness have increasingly been forging a partnership, and now a new San-Francisco based start-up has come up with a way to...

NuYU, the latest start-up attacking the health and fitness gadget space, has launched their $500 sleep pod system, which promises to get you the...

The Malaysian government has just recently developed a smartphone app designed to help people with hearing and speech impairments to get emergency services. The...

The Apple iPad has played a transformative role in computer gaming. Since the iPad launched in 2010, it has opened up a whole new...

Seemingly Google are out to get FourSquare. Zagat, the local restaurant guide app that they purchased in September 2011 has got an iOS facelift,...

Todays app of the day is DataMan Next. Created by Johnny Ixe, DataMan is one of those simple and straight forward apps, which does exactly...

The BBC have re-launched their android iPlayer app today, introducing a number of new features that allow you to download TV content for the...

In this day and age, apps play a very important role in carrying out daily activities and jobs. Even the police are getting in...