Top 5 free health apps that integrate with HealthKit

HealthKit allows us to collect and share data on different aspects of our health: physical exercise, nutrition, sleep and even reproductive health. And with the Health app we can have a global vision of our daily habits and how they are contributing to our well-being. HealthKit too is being used by medical research groups, being able to export the data collected in the application to share them with your doctor or your coach.
If an application that you know works with HealthKit, it will not ask you to share your data, you will find this in the Settings app, under the Privacy option. The more apps you use regularly share their data with Healthkit, the easier it will be to get a big picture on the Health app.


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With this app you can easily track both your physical activity and everything you eat since its food database is really huge. In addition, it has a barcode reader that will facilitate this task and, unlike other similar apps, you will not have to pay for its download or for any subscription.

7 Minute Workout

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Do you have seven free minutes a day? Surely yes. Take advantage of them to do this intensive daily training that in the long run, will put you in shape. In addition, you will not need to look at your iPhone as you will hear the instructions in voice.

Nike +

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Nike + is already a classic and stands out for being able to publish your progress, compete with friends and even they can cheer you on during the race. And if you use an Apple Watch, you can also track directly from the device.


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This app allows you to easily track your sexual activity, birth control, mood, and more.

Sleep Cycle

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This application monitors your sleep cycles throughout the night with a patented technology. It has an alarm that you can set within a time range and the application will wake you up during the lightest phase of sleep.

SOURCE | iPhoneLife

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