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Sometimes there are gems out there be in Google or Apple store that are beyond amazing and are not cluttered with ads and an immense number of popups.

I have a few I'd like to share with you all. (Android only, don't know if they are available on the Apple store)

Fitness related:

FitNotes - best gym log book, I am a pro member and beta tester

Gymster - cute little app to generate exercises based on the fitness equipment you have

Marune - if you do martial arts

Fit Math - calculate your macros, tdee, and other things

Personal Training Coach - if you like to follow one of the famous routines such as Wendler 531 / Sheiko / Texas Method / Push Pull Legs etc have a look

FatSecret - to track your food, better than My fitness Pal just because it has no ads, a slightly better interface. It does not have all the foods like MFP however you will not feel like you're always adding foods.

I can share more if you'd like.

Susana
2 months ago
What do you think of this?
kiefersousa
kiefersousa2 months ago

I ll make sure i use this after the lockdown. Ill set up a reminder 😂

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees2 months ago

AmdroMoney is good for tracking what you spend. Not ty nicest or most modern looking app, but the best of a load I tested (though that was a while ago now).

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees2 months ago

Oh and SwipePad is great! Swipe to app shortcuts from the side of your screen. There are paid upgrades which are worth it, but can get a lot out of free too.

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