Top 10 best android apps — fitness — august 2018 android news

Most of you have probably seen this one coming, Google Fit. This is Google’s very own fitness-oriented app, which can track your activity, no matter if you walk, run or cycle. This application integrates with a number of apps out there, such as Runkeeper, Strava, MyFitnessPal, and so on. Google Fit also comes in a more compact form on Wear OS smartwatches, and this application is free to use, while its UI is eye-pleasing and easy to navigate.

This application’s purpose, as its name says, is to guide you through working out at home, with no equipment whatsoever. This is ideal if you don’t have any equipment, or you’re away from home for one reason or the other. This is one of the best home workout apps out there, and it features warm-up and stretching routines, various exercises, while it also lets you track your progress through charts.


Video and animation guides are included, while the app’s UI looks pleasing as well.

The goal of MyFitnessPal app is to help you lose weight, and get healthy in general, in case your eating habits are out of order. This application comes with a huge food database with over 6 million foods included. This applications also comes with a recipe importer, barcode scanner, and calorie counter. It allows you to track water intake, as well as track all nutrients. You can choose your goal in the app, and the app will help you stick to it and guide you through the process.

The name of this app is kind of self-explanatory, if you’re looking for an app which will get you in shape in just a month, this is the right app for your. This app includes a really eye-pleasing UI, and will provide you guidance for working out at home, while it synchronizes with Google Fit. This app offers detailed video guides for workouts, while it also has 30-day ab, full body, and butt challenges. Three difficulty levels are also included in the app, and the app will push you more and more if it sees you’re making progress.

This application has a rather long name, but don’t let that scare you away, as the app itself is quite useful, and its UI is quite modern as well. This app can sync your steps and calories with MyFitnessPal and Fitbit, while it will track your steps and weight loss as well. You can also set daily exercise plans using this application, while a detailed map of your whereabouts for the day is also available.

This app comes from the same developer that published ‘Home Workout – No Equipment’ app that we’ve already mentioned. This application is tailored for women, especially, and it will require you to work out at least 7 minutes a day to get somewhere. This app does not require you to own any equipment, and it can track your calories, weight loss progress, while it includes a number of exercises with animation and video guidance.

Strava is an app that can track a number of stats while you’re running, cycling, swimming, surfing, kayaking… or exercising in a number of other ways. This app will show you exactly where you were on the map if you’re running or cycling, the exact path you took, plus it will analyze a lot more stats. Training challenges are included in the app, just to keep things interesting and push you further, while you can also purchase the Premium version of the app in order to get access to some more features.

Map My Fitness is yet another exercise-tracking application, which can track and map all of your workouts, just like Strava, while it will also offer you a chance to review your performance via various charts. You can log over 600+ activities, ranging from running and cycling, all the way to cross-training and yoga, while you can also get audio feedback on every GPS-tracked workout that you decide to depart on.

Runtastic is an app that specializes in running, and it does that really well. If you’re into running, this app can not only track and map your movements, but it can share a ton of running-related info with you, while it will allow you to review your runs and progress. This app supports integration with both Google Fit and MyFitnessPal, while you can also set your yearly running goals. This app is free with ads, but you can also buy a Runtastic Premium Membership if you’re running frequently, as you’ll get access to more content, and remove ads.

A 7-Minute Workout app is great if you don’t have a lot of time to spend on working out. This application offers a simple UI which will throw a number of fast-paced workouts your way, so that you can complete them in only seven minutes. This application does support Google Fit integration, and it offers a number of options on the inside, such as adjustable rest times, voice guidance, and much more.