10 Best Health Apps for Android in 2022

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We live in a fast paced world where we have to do everything fast and in this rush we often forget to keep track of our health. Health is the most important thing in our lives and it is very important to be healthy. Thanks to the tons of health apps available, you can track your health. Here are the best health apps for Android in 2022.

Fooducate



Fooducate is a decent nutrition app. It offers 250 foods to compare. The service categorizes the food for easy comparison. This way you can easily identify the good things from the bad. The app also tracks your food intake, exercise, and other variables. There is also a food recommendation system as well as a community of people to interact with. Some parts of the app are free. You have to go professional to get all the features. Fooducate does a poor job of listing its prices.

Headspace

Headspace is a meditation app. Hey, mental health is also important! Either way, Headspace includes a variety of guided meditations, emergency SOS sessions for calming needs, and various programs to choose from depending on your needs. Sometimes it even sends you a notification asking you to relax and breathe a little. We particularly liked this feature. The pro version is a bit expensive but it includes more features. Quiet, Let's Meditate, Prana Breathing, and Mindful are some other great meditation apps. We also have a full list linked towards the end of this article.

Exercises at home

Home Exercises is the perfect health app for beginners. Wow, that looked like an advertisement, sorry about that! Either way, this app has a collection of workouts you can do at home without equipment. This means that the only thing that separates you from getting started is a download button. Some exercises include warming up, stretching, strength training, strength training, etc. You also get video and animation guides, charts, and more tracking. It's really good, especially if you don't want to spend a ton of money on exercise equipment. The developer, Leap Fitness, also has apps for ab workouts, reminders to drink water, and even period trackers, if you need them.



Lifesum

Lifesum is another app that combines diet and exercise. It doesn't require you to keep accurate details of each meal. Instead, it offers basic guidelines to follow. The app asks for things like weight, height, gender, and your fitness goals. The app gives each person personalized recommendations based on this information. It also includes niche features like mic tracking for special diets. Food and exercise tracking is free for everyone with some social features. Everything else requires a subscription. Lifesum requires prepaid subscriptions for three, six, or 12 months at a time. It is one of the best health apps.

MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is one of the most popular health apps. It does a very good job controlling your diet. It has a large database of food items. This way you can keep track of everything you eat. Calorie counting is its most useful function. Plus, it has the ability to integrate with a ton of other fitness and health apps. There's also a selection of exercises to perform, a community to chat with, and stats on your progress. The free version does basic calorie counting stuff. You need the subscription for the rest.

Runtastic

Runtastic is one of the most popular health apps. He is regularly at the forefront of new technologies, in particular Android Wear. Moreover, it includes stats, graphs, exercise tracking, and more. It even has a shoe tracker. This way you know when to buy new shoes. The subscription is also relatively inexpensive compared to many of its competitors. It also integrates Google Fit and MyFitnessPal. This makes for a really good trio of health apps. Couch to 5K by RunDouble is another great app for runners, especially beginners.



Stronglifts 5×5

StrongLifts 5×5 is one of the best apps for health. It primarily focuses on strength training through the StrongLifts system. It includes methods to save your progress, a timer, and a bunch of other stuff. The app rounds off a great experience with Android Wear support, cloud backup, and other nifty stuff. In-app purchases grant additional content to what you get in the free app. It's great for those looking for something other than racing. You are your own gym is another great workout app to help you stay healthy.

ticktick

TickTick is a simple, excellent to-do list app. It is useful for a long time. This includes planning and remembering doctor's appointments, taking your daily medications, or restocking up on protein shakes. It's usable for work and chores, as well as things like grocery lists. The user interface is easier than most and a bit bland at times. You can also share your categories and tasks with other people if you want them to see the tasks as well. The free version has full functionality and up to two reminders per task. Todoist, Google Calendar, Any.do, and Microsoft To-Do are decent to-do list apps that do all the same work.


Yoga daily fitness

Yoga Daily Fitness is a good simple yoga app. It offers a variety of poses and exercises that can increase flexibility, core strength, and all sorts of other health benefits. This particular app has some great daily routines to get you started. However, those who are really serious about yoga will eventually move on to other better apps. We only recommend it in the first place because it's extremely affordable (free, at the time of writing) and it's great for beginners. Pocket Yoga, Yoga Studio, and Down Dog are much better apps, but again, they're mostly for people who are very serious about yoga.


Google Fit

Several phone manufacturers offer health tracking apps. The most important are Samsung Health, Google Fit and LG Health. Samsung Health and Google Fit in particular are pretty good. They keep track of things like steps and calories. Both apps also integrate with Samsung smartwatches and Wear OS watches, respectively. They can also set goals, keep track of things like your weight, and give you motivational quotes if that helps. These apps are usually free and pre-installed on most Samsung, Google, and LG phones. However, you can get Google Fit for any device using Google Android.

Conclusion

Here are the top 10 health apps for Android that you can use to improve your health. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comments section below. You can also check out the best yoga apps for Android on our website.


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