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( 7)Calm. The Calm app reduces stress by helping you discover how quieting your mind can improve your mood—and your life. Life can take a toll on your mind and body, which can lead to anxiety, depression or trouble sleeping ( 8)Burst mode. This app allows you to get snapshots at 24 frames per second. Use this app when you’re going through a corner. Then, you can analyze what you are doing right or wrong frame by frame. ( 9)My FitnessPal. This app makes tracking the food you eat simple and easy. The more consistent you are in tracking the food you eat, the more likely you are to keep on track with healthy eating habits. MyFitnessPal becomes easier the more you use it because it learns from you. ( 10) Fitness Builder. FitnessBuilder contains a huge library of exercise images and videos to show you the proper form and best workouts for your specific goals. It features workouts tailored for everyone from beginners to advanced athletes. You also have access to a live personal trainer and the most complete set of workout-building and performance tools, fitness calculators, and tracking, scheduling and progress-graphing features. ;
(1)Instant heart rate. Measure your heart rate instantly with the Instant Heart Rate app. It uses your phone’s camera to detect the pulse from your fingertip. Just place the tip of your index finger on the phone’s camera, and in a couple of seconds your pulse will be shown. A real-time chart will show you every heart beat. This is the easiest way to track your morning heart rate. ( 2)Strava. Track all your runs, bike rides and laps with Strava. You can upload your activities, and it will automatically log all your workouts. Plus, it allows you to compare your effort to past efforts, as well as compare times against other athletes who ride the same segments. This app uses GPS to track your average miles per hour and distance and can even track your heart rate with the proper heart-rate strap. ( 3)Sleep Cycle. During the night, you go from light sleep to deep sleep, and when your alarm clock goes off, you might be in a deep sleep, resulting in a sluggish feeling. Since you move differently in bed during the different sleep phases, the Sleep Cycle alarm clock is able to use the accelerometer in your phone to monitor your movements and determine which sleep phase you are in. This allows it to wake you up in your lightest sleep phase. ( 4)Fooducate. Lose weight, eat real food and track your progress with the Fooducate app. It grades your food, explains what’s really inside each product and offers healthier alternatives. Fooducate has over 200,000 products that you can easily scan with your smartphone. If you are confused by ingredient lists, nutrition labels, health claims and marketing hype, this app will help you learn the dangers of what’s inside your food and guide you to better choices. ( 5)Everest. The Everest app helps you live your dreams and achieve personal goals—from getting in shape to eating healthier or riding more. Everest is a place to keep track of all your dreams—big and small—and focus on a few. Break goals into small steps, build step streaks, learn from others, and record your journey from dreaming to doing. ( 6)Thryve. Thryve is a mobile food coach app that offers a visual way to track what you’re eating without counting the calories. Thryve focuses on the food groups you’re eating and suggests what to eat more of for a more balanced diet. You’ll get a score for every meal entered based on the nutritional content and how much you say you’re eating. Thryve will check in with you a little while after you eat to see how you’re feeling to help you figure out the best way to eat for your body.