Come and meet these leaders of the Tablets 2.0 revolution:

  • Jane Boulware

    Vice President, Windows Devices
    Microsoft

  • Hector Llorens

    Platform Manager, Business Tablets
    Intel

  • Christopher Gish

    Vice President of Sales
    Sunovion Pharmaceuticals

  • Steven Beggs

    Senior Manager, Learning Innovation
    Home Depot

  • David Goodman

    CIO
    International Rescue Committee

  • David Crain

    Assistant Provost & CIO
    Southern Illinois University (SIU)

If you're involved in a tablet deployment at your company, you may be eligible for a free pass. Check conditions on the registration page. Learn more


5 Best iPad Apps for Sports and Fitness

by Derek Walter

December 25 2013

Whether you are looking to step up your exercise game or just want to stay connected to favorite sports, there is no shortage of apps for the iPad. Check out our top five picks here. 

(Be sure to also read TabTimes' Best 100 iPad Apps: from creativity to productivity covering 14 different categories.)

(For iPad news, trends, apps and reviews, sign up for the free TabTimes for iPad newsletter)

  • 1 Yahoo! Sports
    Slide 1
    Yahoo! Sports
    Free

    Yahoo! is focusing on its content company wide, and its Sports app is a good example of this. Sign in with your account to customize the app with favorite teams and to see news from across the world of sports.

     
  • 2 Lose It!
    Slide 2

    Whether the goal is weight loss or just healthier eating habits, Lose It! is an excellent tool for quantifying food intake and setting goals. Create an account with Lose It so the information stays in sync between your iPad and smartphone.

     
  • 3 FitStar: Tony Gonzalez
    Slide 3

    If you are going to invest in an app that promises a personal trainer, may as well go with one who was well-known for catching touchdowns. Redesigned for iOS 7, FitStar: Tony Gonzalez features a new set of video workouts by the superstar NFL tight end showing proper technique and encouraging you to keep going. The app lets you track your progress and share achievements with friends.

     
  • 4 MLB.com At Bat
    Slide 4
    MLB At Bat
    Free with MLB.TV subscription

    At Bat was one of the first apps to debut when Apple first introduced the App Store. Over five years later it is still one of the platform's top performers, giving baseball fans an excellent way to follow their team and stay updated with Major League Baseball. If you go all in and subscribe you can use the app to watch any baseball game throughout the season.

     
  • 5 Gorilla Workout
    Slide 5
    Gorilla Workout
    $0.99

    Who can resist a workout app that features a cartoon gorilla as its mascot? Fun aside, Gorilla Workout has 175 different workout combinations, keeping track of performance and offering a wide variety of methods for you to customize workout goals. A variety of additional, more intense workouts are available as in-app upgrades.

     


Share with: Comment   v

Free newsletters for more tablet news, insights, apps and tips


Comments

 

Latest in tablet business / productivity