How To Get Fit and Lose Weight On iPhone & Android [Infographic]

When it comes to losing weight or getting in shape, using mobile apps on the iPhone and on Android smartphones can be an integral part of your fitness routine.

According to this infographic from Greatist, a health and fitness blog, tracking what you eat can lead to losing twice as much weight, will help you find patterns in your energy levels and identify patterns that lead to weight gain

Other benefits of tracking come in the form of motivation, accountability and consistency — all of which are easy to pass on if you aren’t tracking your activity.

Using an iPhone or Android to track this information is easier than ever, with multiple apps for tracking what you eat and your activities. You can also link up your progress to social networks to leverage the accountability of friends and followers.

How to get fit and lose weight with Android and iPhone

How to get fit and lose weight with Android and iPhone

Greatist has roundup up a collection of great fitness apps that work across multiple phones, as well as apps best suited for the iPhone, iPod Touch and Android.

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Universal Fitness and Weight Loss Apps

iPhone Fitness and Weight Loss Apps

iPod Fitness and Weight Loss Apps

Android Fitness and Weight Loss Apps

MyFitnessPal is especially cool because it lets you scan the UPC of what you eat to track your intake. Another app is Lose It, which is a very popular iPhone app for tracking what you eat.

There are also a collection of other fitness gadgets you can use, to help track your fitness and weight loss efforts. For more, check out our Fitbit review at Notebooks.com

  

Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    I just got a $827.89 iPad2 for only $103.37 and my mom got a $1499.99 HTV for only $251.92, they are both coming tomorrow. I would be an idiot to ever pay full retail prîces at places like Walmart or Bestbuy. I sold a 37″ HTV to my boss for $600 that I only paid $78.24 for. I use GrаbPenny.сom

  2. Anonymous says

    I just got a $827.89 iPad2 for only $103.37 and my mom got a $1499.99 HTV for only $251.92, they are both coming tomorrow. I would be an idiot to ever pay full retail prîces at places like Walmart or Bestbuy. I sold a 37″ HTV to my boss for $600 that I only paid $78.24 for. I use GrаbPenny.сom

  3. Motleyhealth says

    I like CardioTrainer on the Android, but the biggest problem I see is battery life. I went for a long walk once and the GPS drained the battery before I got home so I never knew how far I walked or how many calories I burned.

  4. Marie says

    Awesome information!!! I lost 49 lbs by mainly tracking with Lose it! I will try other ones listed. Thanks for this info!

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