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.

A guide to the updated YouTube App (Aug 2013)

  YouTube is the worlds second largest search engine, beaten only by its parent company Google. And in an aim to improve their apps searchability,...

Google ditches Google+ Local in order to push Zagat App to take on FourSquare

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

The 5 Absolute Best Apple Watch Fitness Apps Released So Far

After years of hype, the Apple Watch has finally arrived, and is now shipping to consumers. This represents Apple's first foray into the highly lucrative...

Google Maps returns to the Apple iPad

After its hiatus, the Google maps app has returned to the Apple iPad after an update to the popular iOS app has been pushed...
changing faces of fitness bands

Ten 2016 Wearable Tech Predictions – The Changing Face Of Wearables

In this feature, the BurnTech team share their top-ten 2016 wearable tech predictions. Wearable fitness monitors and fitness bands has been a serious growth industry...

How PayPal’s partnership with FourSquare will let them conquer the mobile payments market

PayPal began life closely tied into eBay, where it was the trusted platform that allowed eBay to function in the otherwise scary new world...

How to listen to Napster in your BMW

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

PayPal Acquires Braintree Payment Solutions

EBay just announced that they have agreed to buy Braintree, a full-stack payments platform that allows companies to accept payments in mobile apps and websites....

ASUS VivoWatch review – This $150 Asus Debutant Beats the Fitbit Surge 2

The introduction of a smart watch aimed at the fitness market from a top-tier hardware manufacturer like Asus, shows further evidence of the 'coming...

Under Armour snap up MapMyFitness for $150m – here is what they have planned...

There’s currently a big push in the sports fitness industry towards wearable technology. This has largely come in the guise of smart watches, glasses...