Strava’s dark interface stands out in the crowd of mostly light-and-brightly colored apps that we’ve selected for this list. It does a lot of the same things as other fitness trackers, with maps and graphs and social interaction, but packs a powerful amount of data and is great for discovering routes created by their seriously dedicated community. For iOS and Android. Notify Yogify Yogify breaks down the complicated Yoga sequences that we all struggle through sometimes so that you can work on your practice on your own time and with much less of a dime than taking group classes. It’s another conveniently targeted product — it doesn’t have a lot of extra bells and whistles.
For iOS. Zombies, Run! 3 Zombies Can I just say that this is pretty much the best idea for an exercise motivator that I’ve seen in a long time? I’m going to special leads go ahead and call it the most creative on this list. Zombies, Run! Creates a series of missions where you follow a structured training program for your run, but have tons of fun doing it by pretending to go on missions to help your fellow man and escape from the zombies running around you. For iOS and Android. Have any other favorite fitness app designs? Let us know in the comments! The app is a paid service, so though it is free in itself, you do have to sign up and pay for an account in order to use it.
But if you’re the type that easily gets bored in gym classes and you’re constantly looking for something new, Luckily, there are a lot of app designers out there who understand this, and apps are progressively getting better and better looking. Here we’ve selected ten of our favorites from one of the multitudes of app categories — fitness. As we continue into the new year, not only can you be inspired by great design, but also find the motivation to get out there and get your body moving but allowing you to pick the class that you want, and go with it. And it does so with a nice soothing color palette and choice of typography.