JEFIT sets itself apart as a workout tracker with a ton of features like an interval timer, workout programs, and a vast database of exercises with how-to videos. It’s a robust app that looks nice and does its job well. It’s held back by its subscription model, putting it behind FitNotes.
Google Fit is a staple on Android. It’s Google’s attempt at making an app that encourages you to stay fit, using what it calls Heart Points. You earn these points by doing activities: going for a walk, finishing a workout, etc. You can also track sleep, heart rate, and body weight.
Runkeeper is the preferred premium running app. Runkeeper packs in more features than other running apps. That’s to be expected considering its subscription model, whereas NRC is free. It’s hard to go wrong with Runkeeper, and if you’re serious about running, it’s a great app.
6. Workout Trainer
Workout Trainer is a great companion for the quarantine and lockdown. It sports a ton of different workouts for everyone, no matter who you are. It has a free option or a pro membership.
7. Map My Run
Map My Run is a household name for any runner. It’s been around for quite some time, and even though it got bought out by Under Armour, it’s still worth having for its feature set alone. As the name implies, it lets your track your runs and your pace, plus a lot more.