“It helps me to know if I'm stressed. It doesn't change how I sleep or anything, but it helps me understand why I may be more tired or understand my stress,” Lynch said.
These devices will likely be on many people's Christmas gift-giving or wish lists, and stores have stocked up in anticipation. And they appear to be one way to stay on top of exercising and eating healthy during the holidays filled with the temptation to overindulge.
Note to readers
I started writing “Get App-y” on Feb. 8, 2010, with a column on playing Words With Friends on my iPod Touch, the only device I had that used apps.
Since then, apps have proliferated across many different platforms, and technology has infiltrated how we live our everyday lives in ways that we didn't imagine three years ago.
I have loved seeing the creativity that technology has unleashed (and exploring some of the problems) and sharing these ideas with you, whether they came from Google Glass or Minecraft or another life-changing app.
Today is my last official Get App-y column for this space, since I am moving on to other adventures.
However, I will continue to write about technology from time to time.
Thanks for reading through the years.
It will be interesting to see where technology takes us from here, and The Oklahoman will continue to cover these issues in these pages.