January 2, 2013
Food & Nutrition | Marisa Moore, MBA, RD, LD
Juice goes beyond typical journaling to track what people want more of…energy. Though not scientifically proven, Juice is a fun and easy way to track how sleep, diet, and exercise impact energy and quality of life. The average user will be able to identify what works and doesn’t work and get tips on changing the behaviors that zap energy.Read the complete review here
December 31, 2012
About.com | Melanie Pinola
There are lots of great apps for setting and tracking your goals or managing your tasks. If you want a more holistic view of the changes you want to see across all areas of your life, give the Mindbloom Life Game a try.
It’s a fun and free web “game” to “grow the life you want” across your career, health, relationships, finances, creativity, and spirituality. All it takes is a few minutes to set up the areas of your life you want to focus on and grow that metaphorical tree of your life with suggested actions. Read this article.
January 3, 2013
appPicker | Christine Pamintuan
Bloom* – “For some parents, they need a little inspiration to get them through the day. Bloom will give you some inspirational quotes and other features to hel motivate you through your busy day…” Read the article.
December 29, 2012
StarTribune (originating from Washington Post)
Several smartphone applications aim to track your behaviors, encourage better habits and generally improve well-being…
Juice: The self-proclaimed “World’s Funnest Energy Tracker” really is fun. The cartoony interface helps keep tabs on your sleep, exercise and nutrition. Were you an “awful” eater today? Tap the plate of junk food. Daily tips aim to boost results over time (free, for the iPhone)….Read this article.
December 26, 2012
GigaOm | Ki Mae Heussner
It’s easier said than done to stick to New Year’s resolutions for getting more sleep, exercising regularly or undertaking any other health-related routine. But a growing set of apps help people improve habits through activity tracking, design and networking with communities of peers or experts. Read this article featuring Mindbloom’s Juice and bloom*!
December 17, 2012
148 Apps | David Rabinowitz
Juice is a really unique and simple health and wellness app that helps users track their energy level throughout the day in hopes of identifying things that could be depleting one’s energy level. The app will even go one step further and recommend ways to improve a user’s energy level. Read this article.
December 14, 2012
Total Apps | Angelina Roberts
…This is an excellent little app for anyone who needs a little kick in their life. If you find that you often lack energy and you rely a bit too much on coffee or energy drinks then this is the app for you. With all of its tips aimed at improving your health, it can help you find more natural ways of perking up and staying alert, which ultimately last longer than caffeine and have no comedown afterwards. Easy to use, nice to look at and helpful overall, this is a fun way to improve your health. Read this article.
December 13, 2012
US News & World Reports | Keri Gans, R.D.
…JUICE is a fun, easy-to-use energy and activity tracker that helps connect the dots between your daily routine and how energetic you feel. Keeping track of your sleeping, diet, and exercise habits, for example, helps you identify and change the behaviors that zap your energy. Unlike other health apps that require so much time and effort to use, JUICE is simple and can be completed in under a minute a day. There are many great tips from health experts (including 20 that I created) that can be scheduled as reminders throughout the day… Read the rest of the article.
December 13, 2012
AppMyWorld | Lucy Brown
…In first with an 90 AppScore is Juice, it’s a lifestyle app and its main goal is track your energy level based on sleep, diet and exercise habits. The app also provides energy tips. I can see apps like these seeing an uptick in interest and sales as we head into the New Year. I may have to get into tracking my lifestyle after I lose control over the holidays! Read this article.
December 10, 2012
SELF | Amanda MacMillan
Need some help from an app? (And trust us, we here at SELF use plenty of ‘em). Here are three that work for all different skill levels
Easy as (Calorie-Free) Pie: If you don’t care so much about calories by the actual numbers, Juice by Mindbloom lets you rank your fitness and nutrition (and sleep and energy levels) for the day on a scale of “Awful” to “Great”; based on your feedback, it provides tips on how you can improve. Read the whole article.