Top health and fitness apps around the globe this week include an app that tracks calories consumed and burned and another that aims to improve your sex life, compliments of Durex condoms.
Here are details on a selection of top ten iTunes paid and free health and fitness apps by country for the week, recorded on July 24.
US: Fooducate Plus
The paid version of the popular Fooducate app, which lets you scan the barcode on food products to get a quick health grade from A to F, offers premium features such as no ads, GMO info, and personalized ratings for heart health, cholesterol, and vegetarian profiles. $4.99.
This app counts your calories via its database and tracks your workout. Also features 1000+ workouts, motivational tools, and healthy recipes. Free.
The Netherlands: Calorie Counter by FatSecret
This free app features a quick guide to find calorie and nutrition info for your favorite foods, brands and restaurants, a barcode scanner and manual barcode input, as well as food and exercise diaries, recipes, and a weight tracker.
Colombia: The Durex Experiment
Boost your sex life with condom-maker Durex's four-week plan for sexual experimentation, including tips on heightening sensation, foreplay, and more adventurous lovemaking. Free.
Saudi Arabia: Drinking Water Free+
This free water-tracking app keeps tabs on your hydration and offers daily reminders when it's time to replenish.
Singapore: Health Buddy
This free app, developed by the SingHealth group in Singapore, offers a comprehensive library of conditions and treatments, health tips and advice, and listings of doctors in the country.