Category Archives: iPhone apps

Friday Feedback Favourites

Each Friday, I share a collection of stories, research, or other news and notes related to the role of feedback in complex systems that catch my attention during the previous week. Most of these I share on twitter when I … Continue reading

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Yes, there’s an app for that, but does it work?

Do they REALLY work? iPhone apps in the health & fitness, lifestyle, and medical categories account for 7.7% of downloads* and promise to help you get fit, lose weight, quit smoking, improve your sleep, among many other benefits. In a … Continue reading

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Weight loss? There’s an app for that! Pt. 5

This is the conclusion (Part 5) of my series on iPhone apps that track calories in and calories out. As discussed previously, there are many different apps available, but other than user reviews posted in the app store, there’s currently … Continue reading

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Is a picture worth a thousand words…er, calories?

This is Part 4 of my review of iPhone apps that track calories in and calories out (begun on Jan 31st). This week I’ll take a look at two apps that have taken a different approach to tracking calories – … Continue reading

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