Fitness Apps

Fitness Apps

We gather and review the latest and best fitness iOS and android apps. We focus on a wide range of both free fitness apps and paid versions, ranging from market leaders like my fitness pal through to lesser-known but equally valuable calorie counting apps.

App of the Day: DataMan Next Review

Todays app of the day is DataMan Next. Created by Johnny Ixe, DataMan is one of those simple and straight forward apps, which does exactly...

Market Leading Sygic GPS App to celebrate 30 million downloads with 30% off Summer...

The Sygic GPS App is a multi-platform sat nav application which is powered by TomTom maps. The app is popular largely because of its...

The 7 Best Free Android & iOS Fitness Apps For 2016

In this article, we dive into the 7 best free fitness apps. We looked for apps which will turbocharge your health and fitness, are...

AchieveMint Review: It literally pays to get fit

Social media and fitness have increasingly been forging a partnership, and now a new San-Francisco based start-up has come up with a way to...

Thuuz Revamps App and Launches Android Version

California based Thuuz Sports recently released a live sports companion app and made it available primarily for the tablet market. Fans using the app...

BBC iPlayer Android app now lets you download your favourite shows

The BBC have re-launched their android iPlayer app today, introducing a number of new features that allow you to download TV content for the...

A guide to the updated YouTube App (Aug 2013)

  YouTube is the worlds second largest search engine, beaten only by its parent company Google. And in an aim to improve their apps searchability,...

BurnTech Interviews Fitmo App Founder, The PT In Your Pocket

Burntech editor Michael Homestead interviews Dave Roeloffs, the man behind Fitmo. Fitmo is the "PT in your pocket" iOS application which bridges the human world...

Under Armour snap up MapMyFitness for $150m – here is what they have planned...

There’s currently a big push in the sports fitness industry towards wearable technology. This has largely come in the guise of smart watches, glasses...

How to listen to Napster in your BMW

BMW owners can now stream music via Napster using the BMW ConnectedDrive system. The popular music streaming service costs £10 a month in the...