5 best iOS apps

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Free run­tas­tic, run­tas­tic.com Ig­nore the name; this app tracks al­most any out­door ac­tiv­ity well, thanks to its GPS in­te­gra­tion. Fol­low your route, dis­tance, speed, split times, el­e­va­tion, pace, du­ra­tion and calo­ries burned on its ge­o­graph­i­cal map, and log ad­di­tional data such as the weather and even your mood.


Free En­domondo, en­domondo.com In its ba­sic form, this app tracks a wide se­lec­tion of out­door ac­tiv­i­ties and of­fers plenty of use­ful stats. But with a pre­mium sub­scrip­tion it comes into its own, with a range of train­ing and coach­ing plans that pro­vide struc­ture and mo­ti­va­tion to in­spire and chal­lenge you.


Free Hu­man.co, hu­man.co Hu­man pushes you to achieve a goal of at least 30 min­utes’ ex­er­cise a day, and au­to­mat­i­cally counts your calo­ries as you walk, run and cy­cle, with­out you hav­ing to stop and tell it what you’re up to. You can fol­low your friends’ ac­tiv­ity in the app too, help­ing you stay mo­ti­vated.


Free Ney­box In­ter­ac­tive, ney­box.com Pil­low tracks your sleep us­ing your de­vice’s ac­celerom­e­ter; pop it in your bed and on wak­ing up you’re given a de­tailed over­view of how you slept, with REM, light and deep sleep cy­cles plot­ted in a timeline. It has built-in nap modes and can also record sound events such as sleep talk­ing.


Free ShapeUp Club, life­sum.com This vis­ually rich app of­fers struc­tured diet plans, tracks your food in­take, and its de­tailed meal in­for­ma­tion helps you understand how many carbs, pro­teins and fats you’re eat­ing. It also syncs with wear­able fit­ness track­ers to fac­tor ac­tiv­ity lev­els into your calo­rie burn.

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