Top health and fitness apps around the globe in the iTunes charts this week include an app that locates safe jogging routes no matter where you are in the world. Other hits include apps that track pollen, menstrual cycles, and how much water you drink in a day.
Here are details on a selection of top ten iTunes paid and free health and fitness apps by country for the week, recorded on March 6.
This popular running app claims to transform your iPhone into a "powerful fitness computer," complete with maps, graphs, splits, intervals, laps, announcements, zones, and training plans. Free.
Belgium: Pollen Info
Allergy-prone iPhone users can access local pollen forecasts, learn more about pollen and allergies, and program alerts for when pollen counts reach high levels. Free.
Mix up your exercise routines with this app, which plots running or walking routes based on safety and scenery, anywhere in the world. £2.99
Nepal: A Sex Guide
This app offers 25 sex positions to try and tips and ideas on how to ramp up the passion with your partner. Free.
Singapore: P Log
Women can track their menstrual cycles to avoid surprises and manage symptoms with this app from sanitary protection brand Laurier. Free.
Thailand: Water Daily
Ensure you stay well hydrated with this app, which sends reminders to guzzle H2O throughout the day. Free.