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Published on 26.10.18 in Vol 6, No 10 (2018): October

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Works citing "Features, Behavioral Change Techniques, and Quality of the Most Popular Mobile Apps to Measure Physical Activity: Systematic Search in App Stores"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/11281):

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  1. Lee JB, Woo H. Quality evaluation of smartphone applications for physical activity promotion. Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion 2019;36(4):67
  2. Rodrigues M, Santos R, Queir´os A, Silva A, Amaral J, Sim˜oes P, Gonc¸alves J, Martins C, Pereira A, Rocha NPD. Supporting Better Physical Activity in a Smart City: a Framework for Suggesting and Supervising Walking Paths. Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems Journal 2019;4(4)
  3. Akbar S, Coiera, E, Magrabi F. Safety concerns with consumer-facing mobile health applications and their consequences: a scoping review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2019;
  4. Olsen SH, Saperstein SL, Gold RS. Content and Feature Preferences for a Physical Activity App for Adults with Physical Disabilities: Focus Group Findings (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;
  5. Petersen JM, Prichard I, Kemps E. A Comparison of Physical Activity Mobile Apps With and Without Existing Web-Based Social Networking Platforms: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e12687
  6. Gkrozou F, Tsonis O, Godden M, Siafaka V, Paschopoulos M. Mobile Health (mHealth) apps focused on menopause: Are they any good?. Post Reproductive Health 2019;:205336911987897