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Today's Best Apps: Elite Gym Trainer Pro, Every Body Walk And Numbers Addict 2

The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.


Every Body Walk! by Kaiser Permanente (Free, 7.4 MB): Whether just going for daily walks or striving for even greater fitness through regular runs, this pedometer-like activity tracking app will you reach the goal of good health. The user interface is clean and simple consisting of three color-coded ring gauges for time, distance, and estimated calories burned associated to your goals. For easier viewing, all it takes is a single tap on either of the bottom two gauges to make it the primary. Settings are available within the menu in the top-left and by tapping on the main gauge, which includes the goal adjustments panel accessible by tapping on the small tab. If desired, you can also view a mapped version of the current run by tapping on the location pin in the top-right corner.

Elite Gym Trainer Pro by Lost Wolf Consulting Ltd ($1.99, 19.2 MB): Offering instructions for 45 exercises and activity tracking, this fitness app could be your new helpful gym assistant. I say assistant because you're still in control of selecting whether to have a workout program or pick and choose based on preference and needs. For example, the exercises and workouts list can be restricted to just upper or just lower body, plus you can decide on the duration. Quite simply, it's a flexible tool to enhance a fitness routine. An ad-supported single profile version is also available.


Numbers Addict 2 - Số và Bong Bóng 2 by Baring's Prod ($0.99, 13.8 MB): Providing an increased challenge over other offerings, this match-3 game integrates a scoring system benefitted by math. Specifically, even though the numbered balls can be matched as is, you'll gain more points and be able to eliminate them faster by combing the smaller numbered balls into higher ones and then match those. The game features single and multiplayer modes, three levels of difficulty, and Game Center integration. An ad-supported version is also available.

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