When it comes to health and wellness, we are prepared to do everything possible to improve our general outcomes.
Downloading an app or using a wearable device to monitor our health status can potentially save us (and more broadly the healthcare system) money. Some solutions, however, could be more effective than others in tackling the most prevalent health issues among men.
Thse include apps for preventing and identifying the most common diseases, aiding in weight management, and for receiving feedback on possible conditions.
Last year, more than 435,000 apps were downloaded every minute. The pandemic surely accelerated existing mobile habits causing mobile apps became more and more integrated in our daily lives. Most popular apps? Walking and Fitness are more popular among older groups, and meditation apps are more frequently used among GenZ.
According to data.ai, meditation apps are becoming a fast-growing subcategory within Health and Fitness apps, accelerated in 2020 by the global pandemic that forced many to remain indoors as lockdowns become the sudden norm.
The following are the top 3 downloaded apps:
Daily active users of fitness apps grew by more than 24% in the first half of 2021, according to data.ai.
Achieving a goodnight’s rest can sometimes be a complicated task. Over the years, a veritable ‘sleep technology’ has emerged to avoid or limit the use of insomnia medications.