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Introducing Worry Watch - a journal app to track anxiety

Introducing Worry Watch - a journal app to track anxiety

 

Cupertino, California - November 13, 2013
Often we worry and get anxious about everyday things. Later we realize most of those worries were unnecessary and some times irrational too. Yet we don't tend to remember these momentary realizations when we worry again next time.

Worry Watch for iOS, is a unique journal app designed to log and track every day worries and anxieties visually. It is built on the foundations of cognitive science where awareness of one's thoughts has a profound effect on one's emotions and behaviors.


Top 11 Apps Optimized for A7 and M7

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The iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and new iPad Mini are now all packing the famous A7 microprocessor. This magnificent beast of engineering brilliance not only outperforms its predecessors in speed and battery life, it is also the first mobile 64-bit “system-on-a-chip” designed for mobile computing. What this means for fellow Candy Crush addicts (we have a Google Hangout every Sunday night) is the main CPU, graphics, and motion processor all sit together in a small cubical in the principal’s office and work together. Instead of delving deep into technical specifications of version numbers, register counts, cluster configurations and the like, let us assume the A7 is “the complete package,” doing everything a savvy person needs for updating Twitter or Facebook at a red light about the genius in front of you painting their toenails on their dashboard instead of updating Twitter or Facebook.



Joggit Memory is "Free" during the month of November

Joggit Memory is

In recognition of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month, the Joggit Memory app is "Free" during the month of November. Joggit Memory was developed to promote Alzheimer's disease awareness and encourage brain health by staying mentally active. Mentally stimulating activities strengthen brain cells and the connections between them, and may even create new nerve cells.


Joggit Memory is "Free" during November

Joggit Memory is

In recognition of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month, the Joggit Memory app is "Free" during the month of November. Joggit Memory was developed to promote Alzheimer's disease awareness and encourage brain health by staying mentally active. Mentally stimulating activities strengthen brain cells and the connections between them, and may even create new nerve cells.


Find Your RHYTHM with Scosche Heart Rate Monitor

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I'm not a big fan of working out. One thing that can motivate me though, is having proof of how hard I've exercised.

That's why I love Scosche's RHYTHM ($79.99). It's a Bluetooth armband heart rate monitor for women that attaches to your forearm. I wore it during a workout and hardly noticed it was there.



Review - 24/7 Could Save Your Life...Oh, and Free Codes Are Available for a Limited Time!

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Sleep. Medical research indicates that your body needs it to repair and rejuvenate, but more importantly, an unhealthy sleep condition (like Apnea), can lead to a heart attack and possibly death. You may not even know you are suffering from it, but sleep problems are not the only hidden health dangers we face. If you sit at a desk all day, recent studies indicate this could also contribute to an unhealthy condition. Enter 24/7an app that evaluates your sleep quality, keeps tabs on your daily activity, and helps you to keep moving in a positive direction, potentially away from a hospital visit.



MOBILE SCREEN CLEANING KIT BATTLES SMART PHONE ACNE

MOBILE SCREEN CLEANING KIT BATTLES SMART PHONE ACNE

Mobile Screen Cleaning Kit Battles Smart Phone Acne

CLEVELAND, OH -- October 1, 2013 – DF Consumer Products, Inc., manufacturer of
Mobile Clean and Go™ mobile screen cleaning products, announces Self Magazine’s recommendation of its travel-sized cleanser and cloth as a first line in the defense against germs that cause acne - citing noted New York City cosmetic dermatologist, Paul Jarrod Frank, MD (Self.com, Flash Segment, September 20, 2013).


Suck at Golf? Your iPhone Can Help

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I never would have imagined that I could improve my golf game with my iPhone, but now I can with the new GolfSense by Zepp. This golf swing analyzer works with a sensor in a glove and sends data to a free app on your phone. Amazing. Just attach the motion sensor to your favorite golf glove, download the app, and you are ready to start improving your game.



Bring Your Outdoor Workout Inside With FitTrip App

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When I take my mountain bike out on the trails, besides getting a good workout, it relaxes me. For me it's a mindful experience being out in nature with only me, the bike, and the trail.

However, because I live in Colorado, when the snow starts falling my bike finds residence in my garage until the sun starts shining again, I can shed my North Face coat, and the trails start drying out.

During the winter, I usually find myself hanging out on the couch instead of getting the exercise I need. I absolutely hate going to the gym. 

So, that's why I was happy to hear about a fellow Colorado resident who developed an app designed to quiet the mind and make working out at the gym like being outdoors.



FitTrip App Creators Help with Colorado Flood Relief

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Gusto Technologies, creators of the FitTrip App now on Kickstarter, are helping out fellow residents of the Boulder, Colorado area who lost almost everything they own to the flooding that occurred during the week of Sept. 12. Close to 13 inches of rain fell in the region in just a few short days. 



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