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.
December 9, 2012
Appolicious | Dan Kricke
This week’s top iOS apps feature an a subject near and dear to my heart: A Charlie Brown Christmas. The official app of A Charlie Brown Christmas leads off our list this week, but we also have selections for big time blog readers, wine drinkers, energy hoarders and The Economist’s readers. Read this article.
December 5, 2012
JillWillRun | Jill
Recently I downloaded the app Juice. It’s billed as the “World’s Funnest Energy Tracker”. It’s the only energy tracker I’ve used, so I can’t necessarily vouch if it is truly the funnest one in the world… but it’s a cute little app. Each day you track your overall energy each day and several different areas that would affect it; sleep, exercise, nutrition, etc. After a week it gives you a report that shows your overall average ranking for each area and other graphs that correlate each area to your energy. I noticed that on days I ran my energy and mood were higher. Read this article.
December 4, 2012
AppCraver | Jennifer Beam
Do you (a) wish you had more energy and (b) subscribe to the theory that the quantified self is the best way to discover paths to self-improvement? Or do you simply enjoy using health and fitness apps to discover new ways to improve upon your life? In either case, Juice may be the app you didn’t know you needed. Read this article
December 4, 2012
SimonBlog | Adeel Qayum
There are many apps on the App Store that are meant to promote a healthy lifestyle among the users. Many of these apps come with video guides and tips on how to bring changes. Juice is an iOS app that serves the same purpose in a different way. With an impressive interface, the application is for habits related to work, exercise, diet and sleep. Read this article.
December 1, 2012
Feeling tired today? Maybe you’re just not in tune with what your body is trying to tell you, and you need more energy. That’s what the creators of Juice for iPhone sought to overcome when they created their app for tracking and understanding your body’s energy usage and intake. Read this article.
November 29, 2012
“This” Mama Loves Her Bargains | queenb
JUICE is a new app that may just help those of us (read: ME) who need to figure out why no energy in the morning…or why no energy later…or what the best time to do a workout is… The folks at Mindbloom created JUICE to help folks make connections between their daily habits that can drain your energy. It’s easy to use, and very enlightening. This kind of app may be what some of us (*ahemMEahem*) need to start making changes so that we have more energy to get the things done that we want to do. Read this article.
November 28, 2012
Technology for Moms | Natalie Wright
I have seen sooo many apps for tracking what you eat and when you exercise so I am really excited to share with you a fabulous new app from the brilliant folks over at Mindbloom. It’s called Juice, and it’s all about tracking your energy. Um… that’s totally brilliant. I seriously love this concept. Instead of ten different apps that make me feel guilty, I finally have an app on my phone that tracks all the important stuff, but then shows me how it all effects my body, and how much energy I will have as a result of it. Read this article
November 26, 2012
The iPhone App Review | Philip Chan
…Juice is jam-packed with awesome energy-diary features, tips and tools, all for free. It’s impressive just how polished this app from Mindbloom is and I certainly recommend it for anyone looking to make healthy changes in their daily habits to increase their energy level. Sure, it’s not a Rockstar or 5-Hour Energy Drink coming out of your iOS device, but it’s certainly a healthier and longer-lasting alternative, for free! Read this article.
November 23, 2012
HIStalk | Lt. Dan
Seattle-based mobile app giant Mindbloom releases a new mHealth app in partnership with Vivacity, a workforce wellness company. The app, called Juice, allows users to track physical exertion and energy levels throughout the day and review output in trended graphical format. Read this article.
PS from Mindbloom: Though we are mHealth leaders, we are flattered to be considered a “giant” (smile).