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What are your favorite Paleo-friendly iPhone/Droid apps?

Answered on September 25, 2014
Created June 11, 2010 at 3:24 PM

Which iPhone/Droid applications do you use the most (for those who use them at all) to help keep you on the Paleo "straight and narrow?" I've seen a few general comments here and there but nothing specific.

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on September 07, 2013
at 01:28 AM

Done, and done.

Fb031dfd6b79e5617da593a2bf9b23cd

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on May 07, 2012
at 07:37 PM

Nerdy not needy. Typing from my android. Ha.

A9fa2bf11cf5f32d5195d677ff2af197

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on May 07, 2012
at 01:22 PM

Expensive, yes, but I use this one all of the time

3432683fc74c2d2a40efe1e8f16ac1f6

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on September 19, 2011
at 02:27 PM

Update: Instead of RunKeeper, I now use EveryTrail.

Da8e709acde269e8b8bfbc09d1737841

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on September 15, 2011
at 06:19 PM

Yes, and it's free.

B3e7d1ab5aeb329fe24cca1de1a0b09c

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on August 30, 2011
at 11:39 PM

Is the crock pot app for iphone? I couldn't find a free one, not that I mind paying for apps but the reviews for it were terrible.

218f4d92627e4289cc81178fce5b4d00

on August 30, 2011
at 09:19 AM

I heard it's not very adjustable like the pc app - for example you can't remove the mans "soothing voice" like you can in the pc app. I exported some tracks from the pc, 10, 14 17 and 20 mins as mp3 files, to listen to for power naps. No silly talking just 100% music. Use them almost daily. I concur it does work. good stuff.

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on September 09, 2010
at 05:14 PM

In a perfect world, Paleohacks also exists as an iPhone app :)

35deb6722604c868c610088a6d8ce09e

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on July 03, 2010
at 09:37 PM

As did I. Unfortunately, found it easier to still use Safari on my iPod Touch to read the blog.

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

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on July 02, 2010
at 11:52 PM

It's bad laggy, deleted it

Ae011d9f1c8654ea66854ca2a977c397

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on June 11, 2010
at 07:50 PM

I agree. My 3Gs is so fast that I barley use my computer. Most of the time Im on this website Im on my Iphone.

64242a1130eb51f4852f78beed38b3d5

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on June 11, 2010
at 06:23 PM

I have to say with the built in browsers on either platform just about any web site is just as easy as an application.

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on June 11, 2010
at 04:08 PM

I wouldn't mind seeing this re-edited (I don't have the ability) for Droids as well, given that I'd probably get one of those versus the iPhone.

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Ae011d9f1c8654ea66854ca2a977c397

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on June 11, 2010
at 08:01 PM

Edit: I forgot the mention that all these apps are free.

Naturespace - Freakin really high quality nature simulator. Listen to when stuck in city and stressed out

Nature Sound Lite - Another nature simulator. This one also allows you to set a nature sound as an alarm. I love waking up to Mountain Ambience

The Weather Channel - Plan your hikes and camping trip with storm alerts.

Gluten Freed - Tell you the closest Gluten Free restaurants. I live in a major city so maybe its better here than others but worth a shot.

Crock Pot - Recipe app

Whole Foods - Another recipe app that can be configured...gluten free, dairy free, etc..

Eternal Fire - Just turns your phone into a campfire. Kind of fun and can be relaxing

GPS Lite - Track your hikes and how far youve gone and where on the trails

MyFitnessPal - Used this when first started Paleo to make sure I was eating the right ratios.

Pandora - Get your primal grooves on.

Sunrise and Sunset Lite - For days I want to not have any artificial light after sun down. Helps me plan this.

My24 - 24 fitness app. Class schedules and locations of the gym. Get those primal deadlifts and squats in.

B3e7d1ab5aeb329fe24cca1de1a0b09c

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on August 30, 2011
at 11:39 PM

Is the crock pot app for iphone? I couldn't find a free one, not that I mind paying for apps but the reviews for it were terrible.

Da8e709acde269e8b8bfbc09d1737841

(1906)

on September 15, 2011
at 06:19 PM

Yes, and it's free.

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on September 15, 2011
at 02:39 PM

I like the Paleo diet recipes app, quite expensive but very handy for recipes!! http://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/paleo-diet-recipes-cookbook/id449877001?mt=8

A9fa2bf11cf5f32d5195d677ff2af197

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on May 07, 2012
at 01:22 PM

Expensive, yes, but I use this one all of the time

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3432683fc74c2d2a40efe1e8f16ac1f6

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on August 30, 2011
at 08:31 AM

For iPhone:

RunKeeper - tracking my hiking

TargetWeight - tracking my weight loss

Alien Blue - reading reddit forums "paleo" and "keto"

Reeder - reading paleo-related RSS feeds

3432683fc74c2d2a40efe1e8f16ac1f6

(1130)

on September 19, 2011
at 02:27 PM

Update: Instead of RunKeeper, I now use EveryTrail.

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306905a32e76b5c0764a663ea7e88426

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on August 30, 2011
at 06:29 AM

I'm currently using the Pzizz Sleep Android app. I've never slept so well in my life; and it has a power nap mode as well.

218f4d92627e4289cc81178fce5b4d00

on August 30, 2011
at 09:19 AM

I heard it's not very adjustable like the pc app - for example you can't remove the mans "soothing voice" like you can in the pc app. I exported some tracks from the pc, 10, 14 17 and 20 mins as mp3 files, to listen to for power naps. No silly talking just 100% music. Use them almost daily. I concur it does work. good stuff.

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on August 30, 2011
at 06:23 AM

Not exactly paleo, but related; I use Impetus for Tabata sprinting at home: http://nl.appbrain.com/app/impetus-interval-timer/fi.ohra.impetus

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on July 02, 2010
at 11:10 PM

Tap & Track: great food log. Tracks weight and macronutrient ratios. Comprehensive offline database of foods and restaruants. I ditched fitday for this; much easier to use.

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A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

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on June 11, 2010
at 04:32 PM

The three apps that I use that I could percieve to support my paleo habit are:

  • MyNetDiary (food tracking that syncs with the online server)
  • Yelp (helps me find good food options while out and about)
  • ShopNoGMO (helps me find good organic options of food while away from my computer)

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64242a1130eb51f4852f78beed38b3d5

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on June 11, 2010
at 04:19 PM

Ae011d9f1c8654ea66854ca2a977c397

(1165)

on June 11, 2010
at 07:50 PM

I agree. My 3Gs is so fast that I barley use my computer. Most of the time Im on this website Im on my Iphone.

64242a1130eb51f4852f78beed38b3d5

(1343)

on June 11, 2010
at 06:23 PM

I have to say with the built in browsers on either platform just about any web site is just as easy as an application.

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on September 25, 2014
at 08:49 PM

I'm partial - but the paleo.io app is pretty awesome.

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on May 07, 2012
at 07:36 PM

I don't know if this is paleo or just needy but I really like "Google sky map" for android. You point your phone in any direction and it shows you all the planets, constellations, etc.

Fb031dfd6b79e5617da593a2bf9b23cd

(120)

on May 07, 2012
at 07:37 PM

Nerdy not needy. Typing from my android. Ha.

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A9fa2bf11cf5f32d5195d677ff2af197

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on May 07, 2012
at 01:27 PM

Some great suggestions here!

In addition I use for my iphone,

Primal Feed - Which organizes all of the daily primal blogging into one place

PaleoGoGo - This costs to much but it does give good suggestions for eating out at specific restaurants. If you don't want diary ignore the diary options

Paleo Diet. - Another nice and easy to use recipe app with some good ideas

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76c885d7d27e6c83542ea493ca866dcd

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on May 07, 2012
at 01:07 PM

I'm new to the world of apps, and the most fun (free) one I've found is Azumio heart rate monitor. It measures your heart rate through your fingertip on the camera lens (holy technology), and saves 5 or so of the last readings. I haven't used it for any structured tracking yet, but so far I just get a kick out of it. (I like seeing that "44 bpm" when I'm just relaxing on the couch! My husband's pretty sure I'm mostly dead.)

I'm also curious whether anyone has used this app and upgraded to the paid Sleep Time app?? Looks neat, but I'm a cheap-o, and I wonder if it's effective/worth the money. And yes...I realize it's only $.99. :)

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on January 05, 2011
at 07:08 PM

Just added a new post to our page! 4 new paleo apps!

http://paleoblocks.blogspot.com/2011/01/theres-app-for-that-part-4.html

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on July 02, 2010
at 10:10 PM

Marks Daily Apple app, now out for iPhone!

35deb6722604c868c610088a6d8ce09e

(295)

on July 03, 2010
at 09:37 PM

As did I. Unfortunately, found it easier to still use Safari on my iPod Touch to read the blog.

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

(22923)

on July 02, 2010
at 11:52 PM

It's bad laggy, deleted it

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on December 12, 2012
at 05:44 PM

There's a new one coming out that combines paleo foods, recipes and exercises

http://the-primal-paleo-app.com/

seems the most complete guide on Paleo out there

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