The App Store has been updated Saturday afternoon with an “Apps for Health” section in the Featured tab, which lists several apps that use iOS 8’s Health app to aggregate health and fitness data into a unified location for users.
After delaying HealthKit-compatible apps due to a critical bug in the first version of iOS 8, Apple released iOS 8.0.2 on Thursday and quickly began approving apps that take advantage of the health-tracking features the following day. Now, Apple has created this new section in an effort to promote apps that have received their HealthKit updates.
Although there may be more out there – and more are sure to come – Apple has 14 apps listed, and we’ve compiled them below with links to each.
Apps compatible with HealthKit:
- FitStar Personal Trainer (free) – workout plans
- Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker (free) – as the name implies
- Human (free) – activity and calorie tracker
- Noom Coach (free) – weight loss
- Yummly (free) – recipes and grocery shopping list
- WebMD (free) –
- Fitnet Personal Fitness Workouts (free) – the name says it all
- MotionX 24/7 ($0.99) – sleep tracking
- CARROT Fit ($2.99) – a workout with a personality
- Zova (free) – workouts for women
- 7 Minute Workout (free) – what more can I say
- Omvana (free) – meditation
- Patient IO (free) – treatment-specific reminders, tasks, and education
- Centered (free) – meditation and step goals
- iOS 8 apps with Touch ID support
- iOS 8 third-party keyboards
- iOS 8 apps with Notification Center widgets
- Photo apps optimized for iOS 8
If you happen to run across any HealthKit-ready apps not listed here, please let us know and provide a link via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the comments below.