Announcing our free iPad application
Sunday, September 12, 2010
We're very happy to announce our first Application for the Apple iPad. You can visit sparkpeople.com/ipad from your iPad's browser for a quick link to the application in the iTunes Store. Our free "Diet & Fitness Tracker for iPad" has all the great features of our iPhone version, but takes advantage of the iPad's big screen to make it even easier and more helpful to use. And of course, like our site and all our other mobile applications, our iPad Application is completely free.
By downloading our Application from the iPad's Application Store you can:
- Set your diet and fitness goals and get a personalized diet plan
- Track your field and get meal plans
- Track your fitness program, including your calories burned
- See over 250 animated exercise demonstrations, plus track your strength workouts
- Track your weight
- See detailed reports for your food, fitness, and weight
- Get our latest healthy lifestyle news and an inspirational quote of the day
If you are a SparkPeople.com member you can login to the iPad application with your SparkPeople account and your information and tracking will automatically synchronize.
The iPad joins our family of mobile applications, which you can find and learn more about at sparkpeople.com/mobile. This includes two applications - Diet & Fitness Tracker and Healthy Recipes - available on iPhone, Android, and Blackberry phones, plus a version of our site enhanced for mobile browsers at mobile.sparkpeople.com. We are the only diet and fitness site with applications on all 3 major platforms.
Finally, if you don't have an iPad but know a friend who does please tell them about this application, it’s a great way to get friends to try SparkPeople! As a reminder, you can learn more and download the application at sparkpeople.com/ipad. www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal.
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