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World Heart Day 2018: Pledge to keep your heart and body healthy with these apps

World Heart Day is observed on September 29 and it is all about spreading awareness and importance of maintaining a healthy heart.  

SNS | New Delhi |

World Heart Day is observed on September 29 and it is all about spreading awareness and importance of maintaining a healthy heart.

Did you know that your heart beats 1,50,000 times a day. To lead a healthy life, one has to ensure that their heart and body is healthy and fit.

So, in order to make it easy, you can download the apps with great accuracy which keep a close tap on it. This Heart Day, lets take a pledge to regularly monitor our heath and give a fit and long life to our heart.


Google Fit


It is a health-tracking platform developed by Google for the Android operating system and WearOS. It is a single set of API that blends data from multiple apps and devices. It uses sensors in a user’s activity tracker to record physical fitness activities, which are measured against the user’s fitness goals to provide a comprehensive view of their fitness.





The app offers automated diet charts, BMR analysis, quantified food details, weekly diet chart planner along with healthy food recipes. Once the user feeds in the required data like his/her age, weight and other health details, the app automatically generates a plan based on the information shared.



My Fitness Pal


This app is one of the most popular one for tracking your fitness progress. It not only has a large food database but also helps track your exercises. If you follow a specific meal prep, the app takes it into account and doesn’t require you to add individual food entries. The app lets you create meals that you can later add with just a single additional step rather than entering individual ingredients.





Runkeeper allows users to track fitness activities using GPS and allows users see detailed statistics around their pace, distance, and time. It tracks statistics, progress, and applies coaching, with built-in audio cues. Users can listen and control music while working out, measure their heart rate, and take pictures while engaged in an activity.





Strava is ideal for runners and cyclists since it helps track stats like distance, speed, pace, elevation and amount of calories burned during the workout. It’s built-in network also lets you share these stats and join digital clubs with other fitness enthusiasts.