Apple Fitness+ brings fresh ways for users to stay active and mindful in the new year with new activities starting January 8, Apple said Thursday.
You can try a new sound meditation theme, a workout program with golfer Rose Zhang, an Artist Spotlight series tied to the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show, Time to Walk episodes available on Apple Podcasts for the first time and more.
Does your dad enjoy spending time outdoors and sipping his favorite beverage while socializing with friends? Then your search for the perfect Father’s Day gift has led you to right place, as a simple yet innovative yard game is currently available at a big discount.
Pick up the PutterBall backyard golf game, complete with a travel bag, turf board, balls and mini putters, for only $159.97 (regularly $229), with no coupon necessary. This Father’s Day deal results in the best pricing you’ll find online. But to guarantee delivery by the holiday, you must place your order by June 5.
Are you ready to take your golf game up a gear? Modern technology means you don’t need to spend entire days traveling to the golf course to practice your putt. With a cutting-edge golf simulator like the TruGolf Mini, you can boost your skills anytime, anywhere.
You can play a round on virtual versions of famous golf courses or brush up with minigames. All the while, built-in analytical tools let you see what’s going right — and what’s going wrong — with your swing.
Typically $249, you can grab TruGolf Mini for only $199.97 during our Memorial Day Sale. That’s the best price you’ll find anywhere online, but this deal ends May 31 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific.
Hey golfers — stop paying full price to play the game you love. Pick up a Player’s Pass, a nationwide golf membership that slashes green fees, bundled with a $50 Restaurant.com gift card, all at an incredible discount.
Normally sold for $199, this package deal is available for only $44.97 with no coupon required through April 3 during our Spring Digital Blowout.
It can also be a huge source of inspiration to get out and hit the green yourself. And that can be a real bummer if the weather is still bad where you live. Luckily, at-home golf simulation technology has come a long way. Case in point: the TruGolf Mini.
Aside from an inconsistent swing, the rising cost of course fees might be golfers’ most common complaint. But instead of paying full price on each trip to the green, golfers can save at thousands of golf courses across the United States — and enjoy a free meal (or two) — with this bundle.
Many things can get in the way of a perfect day of golf, from lousy weather to a lack of convenient tee times. If your dad likes to golf, and you’re still hunting for the perfect Father’s Day gift, this could be a hole in one.
If playing golf is how you relieve stress, being stuck at home is not ideal. If you’re being responsible and self-isolating — and missing the driving range — this immersive golf simulator offers a way to get in your swings without leaving the living room.
Whether you’re an avid golfer or complete newbie, striving to take some strokes off your game is the goal. The GoGolf GPS, along with your iPhone, are the perfect companions on the green to help you improve your game.
The golf industry is loaded with gadgets that promise to make your drive explode off the tee and turn bogeys into birdies. And there are plenty of golfers who pay handsomely for these promises in hopes of shaving a stroke or two off their average.
Most get suckered.
But a tiny device by Blast Motion, coupled with the iPhone, is slowly gaining approval among golf’s teaching professionals. It makes no promises, but it does provide numbers and video proof to support what your teacher’s been telling you all along – your game’s got problems.
Apple Pay has already invaded MLB stadiums and NBA games, but next up on the list of major sports to accept Apple’s contactless payments system will be golfers.
The city of Phoenix is gearing up to host the Super Bowl this week, but the PGA is hoping to steal a little thunder with the revelation this morning that Apple Pay will make its first ever debut on the golf course at the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open this week.
What if you could duct tape your iPhone to your baseball bat, tennis racquet or 9-iron, and use the iPhone’s motion sensors to plot your swing in your favorite sport? It’d be messy, sure, and awkward, trying to adapt your grip over the slab of phone. And then there’d be the hours of scraping duct-tape residue off the screen when (if) you recovered it from where it landed after it flung itself off during that home-run swing. And after all that you’d need an app that actually made sense of all the data.
Forget all that, and keep your iPhone in your pocket. Zepp Labs has come out with a small, light (1-inch square, 6.3 grams) sensor that attaches, via specialized rubber housings, to golf gloves, baseball bats or a tennis racquets; the sensor records your swing in three dimensions, then sends the data directly to a companion app on your iPhone via Bluetooth. The resulting 3D image of your swing can be viewed from any angle, and gets analyzed by the app.
When you’re watching the game, wouldn’t it be awesome if you could replay key moments from any camera angle you choose?
With the latest Sky Sports update for iPad, you can. Launching just in time for the upcoming UEFA Champions League final, Sky Sports 360 is a brand new feature that lets viewers select and replay exciting moments from over 20 different camera angles.
We’ve been itching to get our hands on the Pebble smartwatch since it first hit Kickstarter, but that wait will be over later this month. At CES in Las Vegas today, Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky announced that the device has now entered mass production, and that shipping will begin on January 23.
Leading game developer Big Fish Games is giving away free codes to the paid version of Fairway Solitaire for iPhone / iPod touch! Get a free code for the full version of the game by going here.
Fairway Solitaire is a fun mix of the classic card game, Solitaire, and golf. While teeing shots, putting balls and clearing courses, a pesky gopher pops up occasionally to laugh at the ineptitude of the card-turning, 8-iron swinging player. The antagonistic gopher, McDivot, is a sworn enemy of all golfers. The game is rated 5/5 stars on iTunes.
Kicking off this week’s must-have apps roundup is an awesome new Twitter client that reminds me of the old (and awesome) Tweetie app — before Twitter bought it and ruined it. It’s accompanied by Camera+, which now supports the iPhone 5’s larger display, and comes to the iPad; an awesome new update to Mixel; and more.
Fieldrunners 2 is finally available in HD on the iPad, and it’s headlining this week’s must-have games roundup. It’s accompanied by a terrific new platformer called Apocalypse Mac, Miniclip’s answer to Temple Run, and a wonderful adventure golf game that I can’t put down.