Below you will find information on popular health and lifestyle apps. Most of these apps are free to download to your phone or tablet.
While apps are often a good way to track and support fitness and health the In-MINDD research team is not endorsing any particular app for use. It is not necessary to use an app to participate in the In-MINDD study. The following information is simply a guide to some of the most widely used apps which some users may find helpful.
Review of popular appsThe following websites offer reviews of the most popular apps used today, apps are categorised under fitness, diet, mental health and much more.
Fitbrain is a brain training program that helps your memory, focus and brain speed
Brain training app with plenty of games to aid memory, speed, perception and general brain health
This app helps the uses develop plans and strategies that promote positive mental health
Mood Gym is a web based program aimed at those with suffering from low mood, depression, anxiety and other issues with mental health. It offers a training program that can help prevent depression.
My Fitness Pal offer is an app that helps users to monitor calorie intake with a calorie counter, sets our fitness goals and ways to attain them through an activity tracker.
Couch to 5K podcast to download to your mobile This is a podcast that can be downloaded to your computer, phone or I-Pod, it is designed to get someone off the couch and running up to 5K within 9 weeks.
This app offers healthy eating recipes, calorie tracker and advice on making healthier food choices
This simple pedometer will help you track your steps during the day or while exercising. Is available for android and apple phones.