Publication date: 2018-06-08 16:57
- Only on iOS: Check availability and book a site at over 9,555 campgrounds - Hundreds more free and dispersed locations - Thousands of data changes throughout taking data to a level never seen before - More accurate site counts and max site lengths at thousands of parks - A few minor bug fixes
If you're trying to lose weight, walk more steps each day, or push yourself through a brutal morning workout, fitness apps can help. Mobile apps are ideal assistants for health, fitness, and weight-loss because they are always with us, and they're quite personal. Maintaining fitness requires daily habits and lifestyle changes, and a few little nudges in the right direction from your mobile phone might make all the difference.
Thanks to its cloud-based threat detection and top-of-the-line security services, Bitdefender Mobile Security for Android secures your browsing experience and prevents installation of malicious applications with virtually no battery life impact.
Pear Personal Coach
Free for app requires heart rate monitor
Available on: iOS
The Pear Personal Coach app talks you through runs, at-home workouts, yoga routines, and even training programs for running races. Real human voices make the audio part of the experience excellent. The app is free, but in-app purchases can add up. The Android version is called Pear Interactive Coach.
Your phone may not be able to carry your clubs for you, but it can do just about everything else on the course. The Stellenbosch Golf Club app makes the most of its mobile presence, guiding users through this 68-hole course. With a detailed map of the greens, audio recordings telling you about each hole and an integrated score card, it turns the user s mobile device into an integral part of the golfing experience.
Free Jefit Pro version available for $
Available on: Android, iOS
When you hit the gym, do you still carry a notebook or crumpled sheet of paper to all the stations and machines? Don't. With mobile apps for the gym, there are better ways to keep track of your sets and reps. The Jefit Workout app gives you simple tools for crafting weight-lifting workouts and keeping track of the details as you complete your routines. You can log sets and reps, as well as how much you lifted. A calendar helps you plan your workout days and rest days. Jetfit Workout isn't especially rich with features, but it gets the job done.
Many of today s leading app features are particularly well suited for restaurants, including menus, special offers, and tools for booking a table and ordering food. For an example of how to use these types of features effectively, check out the One Main Restaurant & Bar app.
Bottom Line: Mint is the best personal finance software available. It s free and ad-supported, but even the ads bring value to this fantastic tool for keeping an eye on your money.
- Filters for price, user rating and elevation - Thousands of location changes and adds throughout types - Incremental design changes for iOS7
The tools in this list of the best personal finance software are designed primarily for individuals and households, although as the name suggests, Quicken Home & Business offers some tools for small businesses as well. For more tools for people who work for themselves, you can read our roundup of the best online accounting tools.