Who's Your Daddy? - So your wife/girlfriend/partner is pregnant. Congratulations. Now what? Written for men by men (with advice from midwives), this app guides first time dads (or mums) through their pregnancy with simple daily tips and weekly updates over the 9 months activities and changes up to the big event, birth.

Written for men by men (with advice from midwives), this app guides first time dads (or mums) through their pregnancy with simple daily tips and weekly updates over the 9 months activities and changes up to the big event, birth.

Stats UI design

When you use flat designing then the style is very simple & the user interface is also very simple without any representation. A flat design looks sharp and

Google Fit // Activity tracker // If you don't have a separate fitness tracker but still want to track yourself, this is for you. It currently doesn't offer you much as it's a new platform but you can plug in your Runkeeper, Strava, MapMyFitness, Runtastic, Nike+, Azumio and Polar data in. You can also edit the data as well, Google Fit sometimes think I'm cycling when I was really walking. Set a time or step goal and go for it!

Another donut graph, single track, is a great visual example of how your can compare 3 different items leveraging one total or goal

Moves - Activity Tracker for iPhone and Android

Moves - One of my absolute favourite Apps! Activity Tracker for iPhone and Android

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Fitness tracker – User interface by Radmir Mingaliev - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts

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We'd summarised some biggest app design trends in 2015 for you. Use them as guidelines or tips for your apps.

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