While a bug prevented Apple’s new Health app from being fully functional at the iOS 8 launch, an update is now available that corrects the bug and allows HealthKit-compatible apps in the App Store. You can check them out here.
iOS 8 is finally upon us. As you frantically click or tap “Check for Updates” and wait for it to download and install, check out the new features you will be enjoying.
After years of speculation, Apple today officially announced the Apple Watch. The stylish watch will show us our calendar, alert us to new texts, check our email, and even tell us the time. The Apple Watch also has some interesting health tracking sensors.
As expected, it was quite a busy day for Apple. Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know.
Sadly, the end of summer will soon be upon us, but I got in one last “hurrah” by participating in a mud run this past weekend. However, things like rocks, water, and — of course — mud generally don’t go well with electronics. Here are some of the items you might want to consider for your next mud challenge
Oh, Facebook… why must you always get everybody so worked up? We’ve been happily replying to messages from within the Facebook app for years, but now suddenly, we must download a whole new app that wants a whole lot of permissions on our phone?
I love my FitBit, but one of the major issues I have with activity trackers and apps is that they place a huge emphasis on cardio such as walking and running. However, we all know that strength training is also a key element of any fitness plan. A new tracker named “Push” will help you keep tabs on your weight lifting as well.