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8 great diet and fitness apps

By Jessica Girdwain, Health.com
updated 7:19 AM EDT, Fri November 4, 2011
<strong>All-In Yoga: </strong>($1.99 to $3.99; mobile.viaden.com) You get to choose from a whopping 300 poses; the how-to's are modeled by an actual easy-to-follow person (not a graphic); and because it separates poses by level and type, it was a cinch to turn favorite moves into a custom routine. (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) All-In Yoga: ($1.99 to $3.99; mobile.viaden.com) You get to choose from a whopping 300 poses; the how-to's are modeled by an actual easy-to-follow person (not a graphic); and because it separates poses by level and type, it was a cinch to turn favorite moves into a custom routine. (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)
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All-in Yoga
The CarbLovers Diet
Fooducate
Meal Snap
MapMyFitness
Nike Training Club
Shake a Snack
Tempo Magic Pro
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Choose from 300 poses with All-In Yoga, where how-to's are modeled by a real person
  • Meal Snap analyzes a pic of your plate, then gives you a ballpark calorie range
  • Tempo Magic Pro lets you adjust a song's tempo to match your workout speed

(Health.com) -- With a new slim-you-down app born every minute (or so it seems), it's hard to know what's worth your download.

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And finding the standouts is crucial -- a recent survey found 35 percent of us use an app before even getting out of bed in the morning.

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