Fitness HD Review
6 years ago 6 Comments 301 Views
Fitness HD is a free (used to be $0.99) app for iOS published and developed by Arawella Corportation. I am looking to get fit and I saw this app on iTunes. The description on iTunes as well as the ratings are good so I didn’t hesitate to buy the app. Well, it does have some awesome features such as Calorie counter, BMI tracker, Workout recipes cut and designed for your specific goals (you choose your goal, level, etc. and the app suggests a workout based on these inputs) and many more. The certainly has a lot
One of the reason I bought the app is because of its exercise database. There are a lot of exercise that shows which part that specific exercise targets and what equipment you will need. The app also has a calorie counter, food & body tracker as well as a workout assistant that will help you design your workout based on your goals.
What I really hated about the app is that there are a lot of ads everywhere. Go You see, the app runs a magazine counterpart and they promote it like hell. What made it more annoying is that I paid for the app (but it’s now for free, you no longer have the right to complain lol) and yet I’m still bombarded with the ads. What they should have done is to just show the ad once. There is already an option on the main menu to go premium so I’ll be reminded of that option every time I open the app. No need the put ads everywhere.
Also, all exercise videos don’t work. The app will try to load the video and when the loading bar hits 100%, the video does not load. I also didn’t like the overall design/UI of the app. It looks dull and unappealing to me and I don’t think it is intuitive. They could have designed it a lot better.
They could have also improved the exercise database. Currently, you can only select one filter if you’re searching for an exercise (either which body part to target, muscle or equipment). On future updates, they make it at least two filters so it’ll be easier to search for an exercise.
What’s more? They want you to give a good review if you want to speed up their updates? wtf?
Well, even though that the app is now offered for free on iTunes, I still wouldn’t suggest this app. Okay, maybe if you are just looking for specific exercises to do on your own, maybe this would do because it has an exercise database. But if you’re really looking for that fitness companion app, I’ve heard that there is a free Nike Fitness app so I guess you should check it out.