Security issues and games dominate this week's exciting round up of news stories. It's the end of the week and the end of the month, so we've got your app games in roundups galore so you can find the best of the best of what's out there. Meanwhile, if you lost your shirt in a Bitcoin hack, Angry Birds could be to blame. Wait, what? Find out what the heck that's all about and so much more, by digging in to the news of the week.
The origins of yoga date back to ancient India, but the craft is still widely practiced today. There's a reason it has stuck around for so long: it's one of the most flexible disciplines you can take part in. If your goal is to stretch your body, lose weight, or rest a worried mind, you can find a routine that suits your needs. One of the great things about yoga is it uses your entire body and no additional equipment, so it's easy to practice just about anywhere. You can sneak in a quick session no matter where you are with the help of these eight apps designed to make your practice fully portable.
If you want to get into shape, take great pictures, or just get your game on with the beary cutest games ever, then you've come to the right place. Some self-improvement, some taking care of Grandma, and just some all-out fun with one of our favorite game franchises around are all under one roof. And hey, best of all, tons of these are free free free.
Yoga apps dominate the health and fitness scene in the App Store, but gaming giant Electronic Arts – best known for action-packed titles like Battlefield and Madden NFL – is something of an unexpected contender in this space. Despite the surprise launch, however, Yogify is an excellent option that makes it easy to pick a target and focus your workout, with various class bundles allowing users to customize the experience to fit their needs.
We've got quite the grab bag this week, apps from all across the spectrum. However it's come to our attention that most of our apps are pretty iOS specific. We'd like to improve that, and we're boosting our Mac App Store offerings with three hot apps this week with more to come.
For most of us, either time or money is scarce; for many, it's certainly both. Yoga classes often come at $20 a pop and require an hour and a half of commitment. If you're a new or busy yogi, give Yoga Studio a try. This inexpensive app has quickly become one of my favorites for fitness
A little travel, some language arts, and some good solid stretches are in the mix for you this week. And, sure, we got game, just like you, so we've found some of those too. Lock away your private data and take some risque photos that no one will ever see. We promise!
We've got shooting games and media players and cameras and health on our minds today as we gear up for the weekend with these fine discounted apps. Get healthy, log that health record, and make a short silent film about it, all on your phone and all for free. So dig on in and see what's good.
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Yoga is a fabulous practice -- it's good for the mind and body, and balances other types of exercise. But, despite it's ascetic origins, practicing yoga is hardly an inexpensive hobby. With classes often starting at $20 a pop and expensive instructional DVDs that become stale after a few takes, a few bucks for an app seems like a steal. There are an endless number of apps for practicing yoga in the App Store, both free and for pay, but none of them cover quite the depth of Pocket Yoga. The app really does it all.