If you like incentives and shopping, this is probably the fitness app for you. In a smart piece of marketing, the app rewards you for hitting fitness goals with points that can be redeemed with health and fitness retailers. The nice part about EveryMove is that is connects with other fitness apps so that you don’t loose your fitness history – including Nike apps, RunKeeper, MapMyFitness and MyFitnessPal to name a few.


Free – Android, iOS

Cyclemeter GPS

The name says it all, but the app has some nice features that separate it from the rest of the GPS based apps out there. The GPS component helps you to map out the routes you take and you can also manage splits, intervals and laps on your trip. A really cool feature is that you have voice control through the earphone remote (so you can keep your hands on the handle bars, where they should be), it’s also equipped with stop detection which pauses the tracker for you.
$4.99 – Available for iOS.

Overall Health

Noom Weight Loss Coach

A great all in one coaching app that not only tracks your food intake but it also has a built in pedometer. You log your meals and workouts while the app dishes out encouragement through daily health articles and recipes. The app has a enormous food database that is loaded with close to a million foods and local restaurants and, although you might already know, the color coded log system teaches you which foods a naughty and which foods are good for you.


Free – Android, iOS

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