The app offers workouts to suit all lifestyles
The world has relied on technology for years and, with social interaction at a minimum due to Covid-19, mobile apps have been needed more than ever.
When smartphones began to gain popularity, people became dependent on mobile applications for shopping, leisure and alternative forms of communication.
Now, thanks to technology, there is an app for everything.
Due to the pandemic, gone are the days where people would make appointments with nutritionists and personal trainers to lead a healthier lifestyle.
If Google Play is anything to go by, everything we need to live a healthy life is (literally) in our hands.
In the wake of Covid-19, looking after our bodies has never been more crucial.
We look at six Indian health and fitness apps to try in 2021.
Cure.fit currently has a 4.2 rating on Google Play, and has the aim of enabling people to live a healthy lifestyle.
The app offers a wide variety of workout classes to fit your needs, whether you are looking to lose weight or gain strength.
The Bangalore-based startup caters to all segments in health and fitness, including Cult.fit for physical fitness and Mind.fit for mental wellness.
Cure.fit also features an AI-based Fit.Meter to help you track your performance.
The FITTR app specialises in online fitness and has a rating of 4.9 on Google Play.
FITTR provides users with a range of free online workouts that can be done at home.
The app offers workouts to suit all lifestyles and preferences such as bodyweight exercises, yoga and exercises that require no equipment at all.
FITTR also offers a range of fitness tools such as a body fat calculator and calorie counter.
HealthifyMe helps users to track calories, nutrition and fitness, with the help of AI and a team of nutritionists and trainers.
According to Google Play, HealthifyMe is India’s best dietitian app, with 4.5 rating.
The app’s personal trainers can provide a tailored workout plan, and the app also features daily challenges to improve fitness.
HealthifyMe is also home to Ria, the world’s first AI-powered nutritionist that provides instant insight on workouts and diet plans.
The aim of the Water Reminder app is simple but effective – to remind you to drink water.
With a 4.9 rating on Google Play, Water Reminder helps you take care of your health if you forget to drink enough water.
Users select a gender and enter a weight number, and the app will calculate how much water the user should be drinking per day.
Due to the benefits of drinking water such as weight loss, healthy skin and disease prevention, a drink reminder is nothing if not useful.
Dozee is India’s first contactless health monitor and tracks a user’s sleep quality.
The Bengaluru-based app has a 4.5 rating on Google Play.
Dozee works on Ballistocardiography, a scientific method that measures heartbeat, respiration and body movements.
Dozee also offers self-care remedies with different types of relaxation techniques, blogs and music to help with sleep.
iWill is a therapy app developed by Gurgaon-based ePsyclinic and is built to meet a user’s emotional needs.
A user’s iWill journey begins with an assessment of their concerns. The app then designs a therapy module that suits them best.
The user is then paired with a therapist qualified to help address specific issues and guide the recovery process.
iWill also features real-life stories of struggles and recoveries, providing users with motivation on their own mental health journey.
iWill has a 4.4 rating on Google Play.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, staying active and healthy has never been more important.
From water intake to fitness journeys, there is a wide range of Indian apps to choose from in order to lead a healthier lifestyle.