Allows you to set your own goals, such as reaching 15,000 steps in a single day.
66% have it
16. Has exercise tagging
After exercising, you can add details of your workout eg. jogging, swimming, cycling. This enables the device to provide more accurate information, such as the number of calories burnt.
17% have it
17. Tracks water intake
You can use it to log the water you drink throughout the day. Drinking enough water is essential to your well-being, with the European Food Safety Authority recommending that women drink about 1.6l per day and men drink 2l per day.
10% have it
18. Counts how many calories you have burnt
This is useful if you are on a strict training diet or if you are trying to lose weight. It can also help to boost your motivation.
57% have it
19. Higher rating on the App Store
The app has a higher rating on Apple’s App Store (rating from all versions), showing the overall quality of the app and user satisfaction. The lowest score is 1, with 5 being the highest.
5k Runner: 0 to 5k run training Pro: 5
20. Has social features
Friends using the same app can be integrated with your account, allowing you to compete with them. This increases your motivation and makes it more enjoyable.
59% have it
21. Tracks steps taken
It tracks how many steps you take throughout the day, allowing you to see how active you have been.
29% have it
22. Is compatible with iOS
It is compatible with a range of iOS devices such as iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
91% have it
23. more languages supported
You can use a wider range of languages in the application. This allows you to use it in the language you choose and makes it suitable for more users around the world.
Bing Health & Fitness: 50
24. Provides sleep reports
Your sleep data is analysed to give you a report, available to view through the app or website. This allows you to see the quality of your sleep and to help you make improvements.
17% have it
25. Larger food database
The food database used for tracking your nutritional intake is larger. This makes it easier to input what you’ve eaten, instead of having to spend a lot of time adding custom meals.