Top 5 fitness app for Android to help you get fit in 2019


The Google Play store is full of awesome apps that can help you with tasks or simply help you take a break and relax with an engaging game. But how do you know what ones you should try? We can help you with that! Every week, we will share awesome new apps that we think you will enjoy. It’s ok to stop reading this now and start downloading.


Description: MyFitnessPal by Under Armour is a great app to help track not only your fitness but also that all-important calorie intake. The food database included is immense and I yet to run into an item I ate that wasn’t in the database. Connecting your fitness devices is simple and along with food tracking, provides a good base to help you with your fitness goals this year

  • Price: Free
  • In-app Purchases: Yes
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Installs: 50M+

Install MyFitnessPal


Description: Runkeeper can use the GPS in your phone or fitness tracker to provide real-time feedback of your walk, run or bike. Have an upcoming race or event? The personalized training routines can help you get ready and be in your top shape for your race. Runkeeper also helps you stay engaged with the challenges, exercise rewards, and even a voice to relay time and distance. As with most fitness apps, there is also integration with 3rd party apps like Fitbit and the above mentioned MyFitnessPal.

  • Price: Free
  • In-app Purchases: Yes
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Installs: 10M+

Install Runkeeper

Daily Yoga – Yoga Fitness Plans


Description: While exercise is important, stretching is also vital to a healthy lifestyle. Daily Yoga guides you in numerous plans designed to help you improve your flexibility, balance, and strength. Workouts range from just a few days to two weeks with videos roughly 10 minutes long for each workout. If you want something a little more soothing, there are meditation plans and calming melodies available in the app.

  • Price: Free
  • In-app Purchases: Yes
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Installs: 5M+

Install Daily Yoga

Google Fit

Description: The developers for Google Fit have worked with the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association to come up with a couple of terms to help measure your activity level, Move Minutes and Heart Points. Move minutes track how active you are, whether it’s walking down the street and climbing stairs in your house. Heart Points accumulate based on the intensity of the workout. Running gives you double the points walking gives you. Goal setting and 3rd party app support are also available with the app.

  • Price: Free
  • In-app Purchases: No
  • Rating: 3.8/5
  • Installs: 10M+

Install Google Fit

Freeletics: Personal Fitness Coach & Body Workouts

Description: Freeletics is fitness coaching designed to use your own body weight. Using 10-30 minute HIIT workouts, you can get yourself in great shape without ever going to the gym. Thinking about going to the next level? The Premium option gives you access to a training plan designed just for you including regular feedback on your progress.

  • Price: Free
  • In-app Purchases: Yes
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Installs: 10M+

Install Freeletics

Steve Raycraft
I'm a grandfather of 4 that grew up with technology in my blood. I was first introduced to Android with the Samsung Fascinate and I've been hooked ever since. I love the customization that Android offers the user to personalize their phone. I enjoy writing and have been blessed with the opportunity to share this passion for Android with others.

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