If you do go with this option, your data will wirelessly upload to the whitespace-infused interface, and best of all will allow you to uniquely interact with other friends using the program — our favorite option is to “taunt” other people. For iOS, Android, and Windows. 4. Human (iOS) Human Human is the exercise tracker with a soul. Its goal is to get you moving at least 30 minutes every day, automatically tracking different sorts of physical activity by using the phone’s passive location services. But rather than focusing on the myriad of statistics that many other fitness apps do, Human keeps it simple by using photography and animations to motivate users. To boot, the company also created this fantastic video showing off the kind of data.
It measures every day and was named one of the Best Apps of 2014 by Apple. Map My Fitness MapMyRun Map My Fitness is a perfect go-to running and cycling app. It isn’t quite as artsy as a lot of the ones on this list right now, but the special leads design has been getting better and better the longer it has been around. The pared-down business look works for it, letting the user access a ton of information about each run — statistics like mapping, pace, distance, duration, and now the app has expanded into tracking overall health, as well. For iOS and Android.
Nike Training Club Nike The thing about Nike is that pretty much everything they do is just beautiful. They’ve got this whole branding thing down, and their personal training app is definitely a part of that sleek fitness family. The combination of bold sans-serif type, clean athletic photography, and easily navigable information makes this really is your über-cool-kid personal trainer. For iOS and Android. Maybe the simplest one of the bunch, Seconds is a one-hit-wonder in the best of ways. It’s an interval timer that helps you structure your workouts with a big bright display that uses your phone in horizontal mode, including only the information that you need. And all you have to do to set up this display is navigate through the easy options menu. For iOS.