Android body tracking

 

We’ve selected these apps based on their usability, user ratings, frequent updates, and overall impact in making a valuable contribution to people’s weight loss efforts. If you would like to suggest an app for this list, email us at [email protected] .

Fad diets and fitness gizmos aside, there are many helpful tools available for people who are trying to lose or manage their weight. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , more than a third of people in the United States are obese , and many more are overweight. This puts millions at a heightened risk for conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.

Losing weight is typically a matter of improving your diet and increasing physical activity. But that’s easier said than done. The following apps may be able to help.

Android body tracking

If you own an Android smartphone, it is probably your constant companion throughout the day (and the night, too, but let’s not go there). Today, I would like to share two simple, fun and free Android apps that you can use to monitor your water intake and be reminded to drink more often.

I love this feature, because throughout a typical day, I am likely to drink water out of one of several typical containers. Water Your Body lets me configure those cups and bottles in advance, gorgeous icons and all. Once you select a default cup, a short tap on the shelf would log that cup. You can also press and hold to pop up a menu that would let you specify a different cup.

The settings screen is also a good place to discuss the app’s reminder feature. You can have the app prompt you to drink throughout the day, at set intervals. A reminder is a message shown in the notification bar, along with a sound to draw your attention. I highly recommend changing the default sound: It’s a “running water” effect, and I leave it to your imagination what it looks like when you’ve got the phone in your pants pocket and suddenly the reminder goes off. Awk-ward.

We’ve selected these apps based on their usability, user ratings, frequent updates, and overall impact in making a valuable contribution to people’s weight loss efforts. If you would like to suggest an app for this list, email us at [email protected] .

Fad diets and fitness gizmos aside, there are many helpful tools available for people who are trying to lose or manage their weight. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , more than a third of people in the United States are obese , and many more are overweight. This puts millions at a heightened risk for conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.

Losing weight is typically a matter of improving your diet and increasing physical activity. But that’s easier said than done. The following apps may be able to help.

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