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Angeli Butler

Best Exercise Apps: Swimming

Our “Best Exercise Apps” series started by sharing some of the best running apps available. Here, we’ll take a look at some of the best options for swimming apps. Most swim apps are limited though: you can use your device for tracking your swim OR listening to music, but not both. Underwater Audio has solved this dilemma with a brand new app created in house for our customers. Read on to see how...

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Andrew McUne

Business as Usual: Update on the Underwater iPod Shuffle

  We Read The News Yesterday, according to several news sources, Apple made some change-ups in their product line; they discontinued both the iPod nano and the iPod shuffle, in all their variations. The listings for both of those iPods had already been removed from the company website by the time the news broke, and any links to the listings now redirect to the webpage for Apple Music, the...

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Delphin Apps

I admittedly don’t exercise as often as I should; I think we’ve all been there. When I do, it’s usually some form of running on a treadmill listening to music. Here’s my issue, and one I have heard a lot of my friends complain about: where do you put your phone? For a while, I used to put it in my pocket until I realized I was getting a bruise. Then it sat on top of the treadmill’s dash. My poor...

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Angeli Butler

Backyard Pool Safety

A residential pool can be a source of beauty, a center for fun, and a valuable tool for health. However, it can also be extremely dangerous: drowning is the second most common cause of death among children ages 1-4, and … Continue reading →

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