One of the best improvements that mobile phones have given us is convenience and timeliness. Mobile phones and applications have made it easier and faster for us to do things. So it should not be any wonder if mobile phone apps are also used in delivering healthcare, or at least helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle?
If you are on a diet, you know how difficult it is to keep track of what you’ve eaten and how much calories you have taken in during the day, or how much exercise you have done. MyNetDiary is a Web-based service that allows you to record all these. With the mobile app, you can be sure that you keep an accurate record even while on the go!
2. WebMD Mobile
If you are feeling a little under the weather and a trip to the doctor is out of the question, then you can get a list of diseases just by entering your symptoms. You could also learn more about a disease or condition and even get the skinny on treatments and drugs (know the uses, indications, side effects and other warnings on a variety of drugs!)
Perhaps you need to do some first aid for some home emergency, or what to find out what kind of pill is it that you found in the bathroom?
WebMD’s mobile app helps you with all these and more!
Yoga Trainer Lite helps you learn how to do the various positions and moves in yoga. You can be a beginner or an advanced yoga practitioner, and you will be able to learn something new from this mobile app.
Yoga Trainer Lite is good if you want to learn at your own pace at home.
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