Most people are content with picking up the latest Fitbit and calling it a day, but you’d be surprised to learn that there are worlds of alternatives out there if you’re looking for something a little different.We’ve gone and tracked down some of the very best fitness trackers that you can use with your Android phone.

These things come in all sorts of different shapes, sizes, colors, and walks of life, and in a variety of different price points to meet any budget, so look no further if you’re in need of something to fit your own lifestlye.

Fitbit Charge 2


Fitbit’s Charge 2 earns the spot atop our list of the best fitness trackers because, well, there’s not a better option you’re going to get in one package. For its price, you’re getting a heart rate sensor, water resistance, and Fitbit’s years of fitness tracking expertise packed into an elegant and intuitive form.

Price: $150

Key Features:

  • Great design
  • Comprehensive workout tracking
  • Long battery

Buy at Amazon

Garmin Vivoactive HR+


If you thought Garmin only had value in the navigation game, guess again. The company has spent the past few years building a solid foundation of fitness trackers in the Vivo line. The Vivoactive HR is their latest such effort and all the company’s newfound experience shines in the refinement found throughout. With a nice big display, a solid heart-rate system, integrated GPS and Garmin’s top-notch tracking software, it’s a surprising must-have in a growing field of contenders.

Price: $200

Key Features:

  • Big display
  • Integrated GPS
  • Extensive workout tracking

Buy at Amazon

Samsung Gear Fit 2


Samsung’s Gear Fit 2 ticks most of the boxes you would expect from a contemporary fitness tracker: heart-rate sensor, water resistance, GPS — it’s all there. But an ergonomic curved Super AMOLED display which displays workout information, incoming notifications, calls, and texts (which you can respond to right on the tracker), and an impressive S Health companion app that automatically tracks almost everything give it standout potential.

Price: $180

Key Features:

  • Super AMOLED curved display
  • Integrated GPS
  • S Health

Buy at Amazon

Moto 360 Sport

moto 360 sport

The Moto 360 Sport is one of the only Android Wear watches available with enough fitness features to call itself a premier fitness tracker. Alongside a sporty look and design and a rugged-like build, it’s part of an exclusive group of such smartwatches with integrated GPS. Coupled with a heart-rate sensor and a nice suite of fitness features — as well as support for thousands of Android Wear apps — it’s hard to deny its worth.

Price: $145

Key Features:

  • Android Wear
  • Integrated GPS
  • Sporty design

Buy at Amazon

Fitbit Blaze

fitbit blaze 3

This is Fitbit’s first tracker with watch-like appeal. Beyond a more fashionable design, it’s also the first Fitbit device with a colored display. That alone doesn’t make it a top fitness tracker, but the rest of its qualities that all Fitbit trackers are known for are only enhanced by such an improvement.

Price: $199

Key Features:

  • Color display
  • Fitbit workout tracking
  • Fashionable design

Buy at Amazon

Polar A360


Fitness buffs familiar with Polar know their fitness trackers aren’t always the most attractive out there, nor are they often useful outside of strict workout tracking. But the Polar A360 aims to change that with its touch-enabled color display. The watch incorporates workout tracking like any other Polar watch you’ll find, but it also does so while delivering notifications using smart vibrations.

Price: $150

Key Features: 

  • Color Display
  • Smart notifications
  • Goal-based fitness coaching

Buy at Amazon

Huawei Fit


The Huawei Fit foregoes a ton of bells and whistles for a simplistic design (with customizability thanks to interchangeable wrist straps), light comfortability, and an attractive price tag. Its circular e-ink display is a unique form factor for this field of products, and with its ability to last all day while helping you track workout information it’s a solid option to consider.

Price: $130

Key Features:

  • Very comfortable
  • Heart-rate sensor
  • Great battery life

Pre-order at Amazon

Jawbone UP4


A fitness tracker without a heads-up display is a hard sell in today’s connected world, but the Jawbone UP4 remains a staple option for that very fact. If all you want is something more muted and out of the way that you can sync up to your phone throughout the day to keep tabs on your fitness, the Jawbone UP4 is perfect for that. Beyond the fact that it is one of the only fitness trackers with support for mobile payments, it looks great with any outfit and feels very comfortable, to boot.

Price: $99

Key Features:

  • Mobile payments
  • Muted, low-key design
  • Advanced sleep tracking

Buy at Amazon

Honorable Mentions

  • Fitbit Alta: Stylish and comfortable.
  • Polar M600: Expensive, but rightfully so.
  • UA Band: Really shines when combined with the UA Healthbox package.
  • Microsoft Band 2: A very capable fitness band, albeit not without its problems.