Our smartphones seem to be replacing more and more devices that we’ve gotten used to having over the years. I’m talking about things like cameras, discmans (remember those?), MP3 players, calculators, GPS navigation, you name it. One of the things that I didn’t know up until a while ago that you can use you phone… Read More »
Despite what you might have heard on various TV commercials and online ads, there’s nothing better that you can do to lose weight than to eat less, eat healthy and lets not forget about physical activity. To do any of these three you will probably need help, tools and advice. Today I’m gonna try and help you out by talking about a great Android interval…..
With Daily Calorie Counter you get a large database of foods and exercises that help you keep track of your calories, a free Android calorie counter app.
Calorie Calculator Free is a Android calorie calculator app which helps you find out what proper daily calorie intake should be, for both men and women.
If you’re a health nut like me, then you need all the smoothie recipes you can find. Get a whole bunch of them with this free smoothie recipes Android app,
If you’re interested in keeping track of the nutritional info of food that you eat then Nutrition Facts, a free Android nutritional info app is a must.
Disk Health Monitor is a free hard disk health monitoring software which minimizes to system tray and checks system logs for hard disk failure warnings.
MemTest is a free computer memory tester which you can use to check health of RAM/system memory. Here you can find out how to actually test memory with it.
In this short how to you can find out how to easily check hard drive health in Linux with a useful little command line utility called HDSentinel.