July 10, 2014

Top 3 Fitness Apps for Android - With Clickable Demos

If you’re looking to gain weight, lose weight, or just to keep a close eye on the amount of calories you’re eating every day, a fitness application for your Android device is a must. Below you can find 3 of the most popular and efficient fitness apps: S Health, Virtuagym and MyFitnessPal.

To get an idea how these apps look feel, click through their demos - all areas marked with orange are clickable.

1 S Health

This application comes preinstalled on the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5. It is helpful especially if you want to lose weight or to maintain your actual condition.

You have the possibility to add certain types of food to your diary, count how many steps you take in a running or walking session or you can see how many calories you burn during an everyday activity like football or volley. In addition to that, you can keep track of your blood glucose & blood pressure.

What is special about S Health is that you can monitor your hearth rate by attaching an appropriate medical device to your phone.

You can access the S Health clickable demo at this link: http://www.appdemostore.com/demo?id=5634065638096896

2 Virtuagym Fitness Home Gym

Virtua Gym focuses more on the muscle development. It is suitable for bodybuilders or for those who want to gain weight fast.

You can track your weight, heart rate when exercising or resting, body fat percentage and a lot more. The most interesting thing is that you can choose from a huge variety of exercises and most of them come with an animation which allows you to see exactly what you have to do. Built-in workouts are also featured, starting with novice level trainings and finishing with expert sessions.

You can access the Virtuagym click-through demo at this link: http://www.appdemostore.com/demo?id=4575869985095680

Virtuagym App on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=digifit.virtuagym.client.android&hl=en.

3 Calorie Counter - MyFitnessPal

We could say that MyFitnessPal is like a combination between S Health and Virtua Gym, but with less features. It allows you to set your goals, including losing weight, gaining weight or maintaining your current condition.

A cool feature is that you can add products to your diary by scanning the bar code. You can search in the database for particular exercises, such as pushups, but there won’t be an animation showing you how to do it.

An extra feature is that you can have friends inside the application and you even have a small ‘news feed’ where you can see what are your friends doing.

You can access the MyFitnessPal app demo at this link: http://www.appdemostore.com/demo?id=5971899125334016

MyFitnessPal App on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.myfitnesspal.android&hl=en