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82 tools tagged "Android"

RunKeeper

RunKeeper is a mobile application available on iPhone and Android to track your runs: distance, duration, speed, and calories consumed. The mobile application uses GPS to measure your distance. It also has several features to motivate you to run: 1) you can preset exercise intervals and distances; 2) it allows you to listen to music while running; 3) a voice informs you about the progress of your run; and 4) it stores a history of your runs. The mobile interface shows you a list of your runs, while the web site has Fitness Reports with visualizations of your runs.

URL: http://runkeeper.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, iPhone
Price: free
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TallyZoo

TallyZoo is an easy way to collect data about yourself. You can track any type of data using their mobile phone or web site. You can view your data using their interactive graphs to spot trends and patterns. They also have dashboards, so you can organize your visualizations to what is the most important to you. You can also share your data or keep it private.

URL: http://tallyzoo.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, food, goals, health, iPhone, mood, productivity, web app
Price: free
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Foursquare

Foursquare is a service that helps you keep track of the places that you visit. Foursquare is available on many devices, such as iPhone, Blackberry, and Android. Every time you visit a place, you "check in" to the place to earn points and badges. Over time, you will acquire a history of places you visit as well as badges. You can share your history with your friends. People have created visualizations of Foursquare check-ins, e.g. WeePlaces and 4sqMaps.

URL: https://foursquare.com/

Tags: Android, iPhone, location
Price: free
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DailyMile

DailyMile is social workout-sharing site geared toward currently active people who want to give and get encouragement from the community. Users can add workouts manually--with photos and videos--or upload workouts from devices. Workouts will automatically be mapped. DailyMile integrates with Garmin devices, Nike+, iPhone and Android. DailyMile syncs easily with Twitter and Facebook. Signup is free. Users can easily see others workouts and post encouragement, similar to commenting on friends' posts on Facebook.

URL: dailymile.com

Tags: Android, fitness, goals, iPhone, social, web app
Price: free
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MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is a health and fitness community with easy to use tools to track your nutritional intake and exercise levels. Our active community offers much needed motivation and support and best of all it's 100% free.

URL: www.myfitnesspal.com

Tags: Android, fitness, food, goals, health, iPhone, lifelogging, social
Price: free
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Facebook

In addition to having the distinction of being the most popular social networking web site, Facebook can also be used as self-tracking tool. Facebook has status updates which you can use to record what is happening in your life. Facebook also has a Places feature, so that you can keep track of the different places that you visit. Facebook also has photo albums, which you can use to store pictures about your daily activities. The only problem with using Facebook as self-tracking tool is that they don't provide an easy way to view your self-tracking data as visualizations.

URL: http://facebook.com/

Tags: Android, iPhone, lifestyle, location, web app
Price: free
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Twitter

Twitter is a popular micro-blogging site. You can post messages that are within 140 characters using SMS, IM, mobile phones, and a browser. Because of its ease of use, people have used Twitter to post messages about happenings about the world and the Internet; some people have also used it to post their current status. Twitter has been used by several self-tracking tools as an input mechanism, such as your.flowingdata, tweetyoureats, Grafitter, Mycrocosm, Daytum.

URL: http://www.twitter.com/

Tags: lifelogging, iPhone, API, Android, web app
Price: free
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Anki

Anki is a software package which supports a flashcard based method for memorization used spaced repetition. It allows you to create decks of flashcards containing information to be memorized, and then schedules them for you to review. The review schedule is automatically modified based on your performance on each item. Anki is open source, and is available for free for all platforms other than the iPhone for which it is a paid application.

URL: http://ankisrs.net/

Tags: Android, iPhone, learning, web app
Price: free, $10-50
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DailyBurn

DailyBurn is a web site where you can track your body information (weight, body fat percentage), workouts, nutrition, and challenges completed. Collecting data is done on the web site or using their mobile app available on iPhone or Android. DailyBurn has databases of many exercises and different kinds of food, which so that calories expended and consumed can be easily computed. The web site and the mobile apps have visualizations, so you can review your progress. You can also set goals to motivate you to become more active or lose weight.

URL: http://dailyburn.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, food, health, iPhone
Price: free
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Google Latitude

Google Latitude is a Google service that helps you track your locations over time. You can use it like Foursquare to check-in to different places or you can use it to constantly check your location. Latitude keeps a history of your locations, which you can explore on the Latitude Dashboard. You can see where you spend the most time: at work, at home, or out and about. You can also see a visualization of your history over a specific range.

URL: https://www.google.com/latitude/

Tags: location, iPhone, Android
Price: free
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115 members tagged "Android"

Eri Geometry

founder of BioCurious, a hackerspace for bio, and community manager of Genomera, an Open Health Studies platform that's rocking the Health 2.0 community QS review guide and blogger for #QS2011. starting QS offshoot meetup soon and organizing July meetup

Tags: medicine, health, Android, gadget, fitness, food, social, sleep
Mountain View, California, United States


Dan Dascalescu

CTO Blueseed, the first startup community on a cruise ship, in international waters outside US jurisdiction, 30 minutes by ferry from Silicon Valley. Tracking body composition, exercise, food intake, sleep.

Tags: Android, fitness, productivity, sleep, learning, food, health, gadget, web app, social, lifestyle, relationships
Silicon Valley, California, United States


Chloe Fan

Tags: Android, location, health, sleep, money, web app, productivity
Pittsburgh, PA, United States


Emmanuel Gadenne

@QSParis cofunder : 1st french spoken QS meetup group ! Web & collaborative solutions manager @ Sopra Consulting. Talk to me > @egadenne

Tags: goals, location, relationships, sleep, iPhone, web app, mood, fitness, lifestyle, lifelogging, social, learning, API, health, medicine, food, productivity, Android, energy, money, gadget
Paris, France, United States


Kristina Hathaway McCauley

Tags: Android, health, sleep, energy, mood, productivity, learning
Mountain View, CA, United States


Christopher Hamersley

Tags: Android, health, sleep, fitness, learning, lifelogging, food, gadget, productivity
Vancouver, British Columbia, United States


Steve Vermeulen

East coast game developer

Tags: Android, money, health, fitness, productivity, location
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, United States


Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

I'm co-founder of Carré Technologies (wearable sensors) and organizer of QS Montréal.

Tags: Android, iPhone, gadget, lifelogging, fitness, health, medicine, sleep, API, mood
Montréal, Québec, United States


Janet Chang

Tags: Android, health, goals, relationships, medicine, sleep, energy, money, fitness, learning, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, productivity
San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States


Jakob Eg Larsen

associate professor in cognitive systems at the technical university of denmark with interests in augmented cognition, lifelogging, personal informatics, human-computer interaction, and user experience

Tags: lifelogging, social, gadget, medicine, sleep, health, relationships, location, productivity, goals, Android, API, learning
Copenhagen, Denmark, United States


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