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Top apps around the globe in the iTunes charts this week include Durex's new emergency condom-delivering service app, an app featuring indoor cycling sessions, and an app that tracks your fitness but doesn't require a wearable sensorized gadget.
Here are details on a selection of top ten iTunes paid and free health and fitness apps by country for the week, recorded on Jan. 30.
Canada: Greco 20/20
Canadian fitness guru Tony Greco has launched an app that promises to help you lose up to 20 pounds in 20 days. Features daily fitness challenges and structured meal plans. $2.99.
UK: My PureGym
British gym PureGym has launched a free app that helps you locate gyms nearby, refer a friend, book a class, and get fitness tips.
iGyno works as your virtual gynecologist, helping you manage female health, offering tips and advice on prevention, and forecasting your menstrual cycle and ovulation. $0.99
While wearable health devices are a hot trend, this new app relies solely on your iPhone to track your daily fitness, while recording a journal of how active (or inactive) you are. Free.
New Zealand: iSpin
Skip standing in line to get into an indoor cycling class: this app offers two voice-guided cycling classes that rely on your own music. $2.59.
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