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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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.
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
RunKeeper - tracking my hiking
TargetWeight - tracking my weight loss
Alien Blue - reading reddit forums "paleo" and "keto"
Reeder - reading paleo-related RSS feeds
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.
Not exactly paleo, but related; I use Impetus for Tabata sprinting at home: http://nl.appbrain.com/app/impetus-interval-timer/fi.ohra.impetus
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.
Android is more paleo/primal check it out...
I'm partial - but the paleo.io app is pretty awesome.
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.
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
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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