The app formerly known as SimpleSteps, has taken off the kid gloves and now comes across as that dude at the gym you always try to avoid. The slightly aggressively named, Diets are for Idiots, aims to take things back to basics by reminding you to do things like drink water daily.
So flight number, departure times, ticket details and the general stuff you need at the airport are all kept in the app. But App in the Air can also track your flight for delays and by inputting contact details of those waiting for you to arrive, it will send real-time updates so they know exactly when you’ll land. Clever, eh?
Type out the text in your language and Google Translate will spit back the required translation in up to 132 dialects. You can even talk into it and receive the correct phrases that you need. Through some form of magic, you can even point your camera at a sign or piece of text and it can translate up to 30 languages too.
Videos of how to put the recipes together are really easy to follow as Kevin demonstrates in real-time. Brilliantly, if you select an in-app meal, you can get a breakdown of exactly what ingredients to purchase and even the description of the aisle you should be looking for – like pulses, spices and more.
Nike taps into its stable of professional athletes and trainers to deliver an app that is sure to whip you into shape. Nike+ Training Club is packed with over 100 workouts to try out. Each one comes with a visual guide so you can be sure that your form is on point and audio instructions from the trainers to keep you motivated.