Best health apps for Android 2019

Top 10 health, wellbeing and diet apps to help you lead a healthier life.

Are you an Android user looking for an app to help you lose weight and get fit? Check out our list of the 10 best Android apps available to help you live a healthier lifestyle.

10 best health apps for Android

Our pick of the top 10 health apps for Android devices:

Calorie Counter - MyFitnessPal MyFitnessPal

Consumer Reports #1 rated diet app and ranked among the top Health and Fitness apps on the iTunes store, MyFitnessPal allows you to keep on top of your diet through an easy-to-use database with information on over 6 million different foods.

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Calm logo Calm - Meditation and Sleep

Many of today's top health and wellbeing apps focus on our mental health, from managing stress to coping with anxiety. Among Google Play's 2018 Editor's Choice award winners, Calm is one of the leading apps for meditation and sleep. From sleep stories to breathing programmes, there are hundreds of options for both beginners and advanced users.

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8fit logo 8fit

Among Google Play Store's Editor's Choice Apps and the Best Apps of 2017 on Apple, 8fit is a hugely popular exercise programme app that specialises in quick workout routines and healthy meal planning.

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Lose it App Lose it

Lose It has featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Today Show, Men's Health, Women's Health, CNET, Buzzfeed and more since their inception in 2008. Enter your height, weight, age and the weight you want to lose and this app constructs a recommended calorie budget based on your diet and exercise.

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StrongLifts 5X5 App StrongLifts 5X5

Over 1 million people use StrongLifts 5x5 workout app. Designed for lifters, the app coaches you through three 45-minute workouts a week, focusing on the largest muscles in your body for optimal effect.

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Runtastic logoRuntastic

With over 30 million users worldwide and owned by Adidas, Runtastic is a hugely popular health app that uses GPS to see how far you've run, helping you to set goals to meet or exceed your best distances. It includes a long list of features such as a voice coach, route maps, workout logs and support for many wearables.

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Lifesum Lifesum

With over 200,000 reviews and a 4.4 rating on Google Play Store, Lifesum is both a Best of Google Play and Android Excellence Award winner. With personalised recommendations ranging from high protein to vegan diets, Lifesum has hundreds of healthy recipes, weight loss programmes and comes with macro and net carb tracking.

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Pedometer logo Pedometer - Step Counter & Calorie Burner

This app has a 4.7 rating on Google Play Store and tracks your steps through a built-in sensor, tracking your burned calories, walking distance and time. It doesn't have GPS tracking so it won't drain your battery either.

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Nike Training Club Nike+ Training Club

Nike+ Training Club is a serial App Store Editors' Choice Award winner. This app offers hundreds of 30- to 45-minute workouts including explanatory photos and video demonstrations on how to properly execute each exercise.

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Headspace logo Headspace: Meditation & Sleep

Headspace has over 30 millions users, making it one of the most popular meditation and sleep apps available. It has hundreds of exercises on sleep, concentration, stress, anxiety and more.

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