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Track a variety of activities with Argus

Argus is a health tracker that counts your steps and much more. The app sets itself apart with a hexagon design and fun social features.


A quick, intense daily workout

This app approaches fitness with an intense, short workout you can fit into any part of your day. Each workout lasts only seven minutes.


A humorous approach to fitness

Carrot Health helps you get in shape by essentially berating you for not working out. This one's for the thick-skinned, but it's a health app that has a sense of humor.


The ultimate calorie counter

If you want to track every single calorie you eat, the Fitness Pal app is perfect for you. With a clean layout, you can easily log every meal using its expansive food library.


A surprisingly accurate heart rate tool

Using your iPhone's camera flash, this app reliably measures your heart rate and exports it into Health.


Track steps with Jawbone

The Jawbone Up's companion app for iOS displays daily stats for the steps you've taken and time slept.

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Improve your sleeping patterns with Sleepio

Sleep is essential for good health and Sleepio makes it easy to track your sleep patterns and give you insights into your nighttime habits.


An activity app for runners and cyclists

Avid cyclists and runners will appreciate Strava's expertise in tracking your activities. The app uses GPS to map out the routes you take and even lets you track personal records.



The most beautiful phone ever has one wildly annoying issue

he Samsung Galaxy S8's fast speeds and fantastic curved screen make it a top phone for 2017, but the annoying fingerprint reader could sour your experience.

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