Posted February 23, 2019 12:19:00When Apple announced the Apple Watch earlier this year, we were pretty excited to see a new design, but we’re still waiting for the actual watch.
As we wait for the watch to come to the market, we’ve found some really good alternatives to what Apple is offering.
We’ve put together this list of some of our favorite wearable apps, to help you make the best decisions for when and where you want to wear it.
Here are some of the best apps to try:1.
My Watch app lets you quickly track your health and fitness.
It’s free, and it works across any iOS device you have connected to your Apple Watch.
You can also log in to a health app or fitness app and check your data to see how much exercise you’ve done.2.
My Fitness tracker lets you track your fitness using your Apple watch’s heart rate and calorie consumption.
It also tracks your sleep and sleep-wake patterns.3.
Fitbit app lets users log in with a phone and check their activity levels using their watch.4.
My Heart app lets people use their Apple Watch to check their heart rate, weight, sleep patterns and sleep parameters.5.
Fitbits, Jawbone UP, Jawbones and more: These smartwatches track your activity and fitness, track sleep patterns, and connect to apps and fitness trackers.
We know that Apple has been trying to bring more people into the fitness app market, and there are plenty of smartwitness apps that can do just that.6.
Apple Watch: This fitness app lets customers get their fitness data on their watch and sync it with a health and health-related app.
It works with apps like Jawbone, Fitbit, Jawsyn, and others.7.
My Workout app lets iPhone users check their exercise logs and data from Fitbit.8.
My Health app lets Apple Watch users monitor their heart rates, weight and sleep.9.
My Daily Activity app lets fitness enthusiasts use their iPhone to check the time, date and calories burned.10.
My Calendar app lets iOS users sync their Apple watch to their calendar.11.
My Music app lets music lovers use their phone to view their playlists and track their favorite artists.12.
My Gym app lets exercisers get personalized workout advice and workouts with real-time video and audio feedback.13.
My My Fitness app lets anyone track their fitness and health with a variety of apps.14.
My Apple Watch app uses the watch’s camera to send workouts to the Apple Health app.15.
My Fitbit App lets you keep track of your workouts and track them on your iPhone.16.
My Garmin app lets smartphone users track their heart and weight and track fitness data with Garmin Connect.17.
My Vibram HR app lets individuals track their activity and health and upload their own workouts to their Fitbit Connect app.18.
My Runkeeper app lets runners track their distance, pace and calories on their Apple Health, Jaw and Apple Watch, as well as run and bike distances on the run.19.
My Nike+ app lets Nike+ members track their workouts and health data on a variety (not just one) of their apps.20.
My Foursquare app lets app users keep track and share their activity with other users using a variety the apps, like Instagram, Fitbits and Fitbit Runner.21.
My Google Fit app lets Google Fit users track and upload and view their health and weight data with the Google Fit Connect app, FitPulse, Fitbuddy, Fitmart, and FitStar.22.
My Jawbone Up app lets Jawbone users track calories burned and sleep, weight (including weight loss), and sleep and wake.23.
My Sleep app lets Android users sync a Fitbit to their phone.24.
My Treadwell app lets Fitbit users track steps, distance, and calorie burn, as a whole, as they move through the day.25.
My AltaVista app lets Alta users track a variety activity and activity profiles like weight loss, calorie burn and sleep tracking.26.
My WalkScore app lets walkers track distance and pace, as part of a fitness-focused workout.27.
My Polar tracker lets users track the pace and distance of a runner’s workouts.28.
My Pompadour app lets Pebble users track step count and distance and sleep data.29.
My Pulse app lets the Pebble community track fitness activities using the app and receive feedback and insights.30.
My Instapaper app lets readers keep track, review and annotate their reading, journaling, and emailing habits.31.
My iPhone app lets apps, such as Spotify, Facebook, and Twitter, share information and access data, including heart rate.32.
My Smartwatch app lets watch owners upload and track workouts, including daily, weekly, monthly and yearly stats.33.
My iHeartRadio app lets owners track their activities and activity goals, as measured