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This poster reports on the findings from interviews with fifty college students regarding what mobile health and wellness applications students used and how they choose those applications. In terms of application types, calorie and daily activity counters, such as MyFitnessPal and Lose It!, were most popular for the participants in the study, followed by running trackers, such as Nike+ Running and MapMyRun, and exercise/workout trackers, such as Fitness Buddy and Ab Workouts. Students seemed todoi:10.1002/meet.2014.14505101115 fatcat:7j7gk77u65bdrl7zvm5a2e2n7y