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82 tools tagged "android"

Waze

Waze is a mobile app that lets drivers make use of social knowledge to get better information about traffic and driving conditions. Waze automatically tracks where you're driving via GPS, and if you're going slow, it marks your map with a red line that all local users can see as an indicator of traffic. Waze also lets users map unusual events -- such as accidents or roadwork, and atach pictures. Finally, Waze lets users mark where maps are inaccurate, and enthusiasts can go on to the web app and fix the map.

URL: http://www.waze.com

Tags: Android, iPhone, location, social
Price: free
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DIYgenomics

DIYgenomics helps people understand genomic data through its online and mobile app and crowdsourced research studies. The mobile app contains a directory of single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) categorized by disease or health trait (for example, Alzheimer's or Athletic Performance). SNPs are linked to publicly available scientific studies. DIYgenomics differentiates itself from information available on sites like 23andMe and Navigenics by offering research on SNPs that no one else does in such an organized way. DIYgenomics is also organizing research studies in aging, diabetes, obesity, macular degeneration and cancer. These studies are open to the public.

URL: diygenomics.org

Tags: Android, health, iPhone, medicine, web app
Price: free
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HealthEngage

HealthEngage is a mobile and web tracker. It is in beta but their "diabetes: glucose" tracker is open for signup. Items to track include medications, diet, fitness, finances, and mood. Tracked data is meant to analyzed and shared with physicians and the online community. In diabetes: glucose, users can import glucose meter readings, print reports and graph results and share with online friends. HealthEngage can be used via mobile, web or widget.

URL: healthengage.com

Tags: Android, health, iPhone, lifelogging, web app
Price: free
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Keas

Keas was made to help companies improve the health of their employees. The site creates personalized health plans for members, including advice on diet and exercise and SMS and email reminders. Keas is not open to consumers - only to business clients. Keas' founder, Adam Bosworth, says Keas will have a health plan collection similar to Apple's App Store. Medical experts can add health plans to the site they have designed. If users purchase one of these plans, Keas takes a cut of the revenue and passes the rest onto the plans designer.

URL: keas.com

Tags: Android, health, iPhone
Price: free, $100+
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RxDigita

RxDigita is a mobile medication tracker. It tells the user what medications to take when and it will alert an emergency contact if repeated doses are missed. RxDigita is an android app and it connects to Google Health.

URL: rxdigita.com

Tags: Android, health, medicine
Price: free
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Mood 24/7

Mood 24/7 is an online and mobile mood tracker. It was developed by HealthCentral with technology licensed from Johns Hopkins University. Mood 24/7 sends users a daily SMS message asking them to rate how they feel on a scale from 1-5. It tracks and graphs those results over time, providing mood data that can be shared with friends, family and physicians.

URL: mood247.com

Tags: Android, iPhone, mood
Price: free
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Garmin

Garmin supplies GPS products used for Land, Sea and Air location. They have systems for cyclists, hikers, runners, geocaching, backpacking, trucking and embedded products.

URL: http://www.garmin.com/

Tags: Android, goals, iPhone, lifelogging, location, web app
Price: free, $10-50, $50-100, $100+
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ReQall

ReQall is a voice-enabled organizing system that integrates with mobile platforms. Users can take notes via their phone, which is then converted via speech-to-text to notes to go into a broader system. Tasks can be created as well. Tasks can additionally be assigned locations that can be delivered as reminders when the user is near the specified location.

URL: http://www.reqall.com

Tags: Android, iPhone, location, productivity
Price: free, $10-50
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Catch

Catch is a web site and mobile application to privately capture your thoughts, ideas, images, places, lists, and anything else you'd rather not forget. You can also email reminders to yourself by emailing note@catch.com and your note will be automatically saved. You can also take pictures to store as a note. Catch will store all your notes and you can access them conveniently from anywhere using a browser or a mobile device. One of the nice features of Catch is that it allows you to tag your notes using hashtags (#tag), so that they are easier to find.

URL: http://catch.com/

Tags: Android, iPhone, web app
Price: free
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Last.fm

Last.fm lets you effortlessly keep a record of what you listen to from any player. Last.fm invented a word to describe this: scrobbling. When the Last.fm Scrobbler, it will record the music that you listen to while using iTunes, Winamp, iPod, and others. While Last.fm uses this personal history of listening to suggests songs for you, you can use this history to reflect on your music listening habits.

URL: http://www.last.fm/

Tags: Android, iPhone
Price: free
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120 members tagged "android"

Fred van Rijswijk

Tags: Android, API, iPhone, social, web app, location
Los Angeles, California, United States


Daniel Reeves

Co-founder of Beeminder.com.

Tags: Android, API, goals, health, money, web app, fitness, lifelogging, gadget, lifestyle, productivity
, United States


David Hogg

I am an independent software developer who is very interested in the whole area of personal metrics as a way to help people live lives with greater awareness and intention. I created a habit tracking app called HappyRitual.

Tags: Android, goals, health, iPhone, mood, fitness, food, gadget, lifestyle
Los Angeles, California, United States


Muhammad Habibul Islam

Just got started..

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


George Church

Tracking genome, transcriptome, proteome, metabolome, microbiome, immunome, cardio, sleep, etc. https://my.personalgenomes.org/profile/hu43860C

Tags: Android, iPhone, health, medicine, sleep, API, relationships, learning
Boston, MA, United States


Eiso Vaandrager

Tags: goals, Android, productivity, food, energy, learning
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, United States


Warun Kietduriyakul

Tags: goals, productivity, sleep, Android, API
Los Angeles, California, United States


Niko Roberts

Tags: API, Android, location, productivity, web app, goals, learning, mood, social, sleep, iPhone
Lisbon, Portugal, United States


Manuel Ortega

Tags: Android, location, money, productivity
Los Angeles, California, United States


Jeff Fajans

I am a graduate student at Claremont Graduate University studying Positive Organizational Psychology. I am currently researching the QS movement and its implications on well-being, engagement, curiosity, and personal growth. I first got really into the

Tags: Android, goals, relationships, health, sleep, energy, fitness, mood, lifestyle, lifelogging
Los Angeles, California, United States


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