Walking Tracker by GetFit

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Rated 4.23285 From 1,443 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Last Updated: 2020-06-10
  • New version: 2.2.2
  • File size: 316.92 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Walking Tracker by GetFit

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Walking Tracker by GetFit is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by GetFit Apps. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - GetFit Apps, with the latest current version being 2.2.2 which was officially released on 2020-06-10. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 1,443 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.23285 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Get thinner and build up your stamina with Walking Tracker by GetFit! It's designed to count every step. Supply every cell in your body with vital oxygen, and walk the stress away with weight loss or healthy lifestyle programs. Features: - 42 club. Find the motivation, guidance, and tools to achieve life-long results without challenging your busy schedule. Build a healthy mindset in just 42 minutes a day. - Indoor and outdoor walking. Watch useful walking video workouts for every fitness level to get fit indoor or outdoor. - Personalized plans. Choose from 5 unique 4-week personalized plans designed to meet your fitness goals and tailored around your needs, lifestyle, and personal preferences. - Guided workouts. Short and clear audio instructions will explain how to lose weight, reinforce your stamina, and calm your mind. - Comprehensive data insights and tracking. Keep track of your daily, monthly, and yearly step count quickly without having to think of where to put your phone. - Apple Watch support. Connect your Apple Watch and keep an eye on the progress with all the data recorded. - Motivation & support. Get the best walking practices and tips hand-picked by our team and gathered in one place. Start your life-changing journey today. Every step counts! HealthKit is used to synchronize with Apple Health and Activity, so you can export exercise data from our app to HealthKit and import fitness data, heart rate, weight and body measurements from HealthKit to our app. The app contains the following subscription options: - 1 month without a trial period - 3 months without a trial period - 6 months without a trial period Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Free trial subscription is automatically renewed unless cancelled 24 hours before the renewal - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal Privacy Policy: https://getfitapps.com/privacy.html Terms of Service: https://getfitapps.com/terms.html

Top Reviews

  • Update to my first review

    By sierrapuppy
    I’m still loving this app. I’m understanding the warmup and cool down coaching as that’s a normal part of any experience program. For my health reasons , walking is the ONLY form of exercise I’m able to do because of my severe rheumatoid arthritis, multiple back issues, severe chronic pain and balance issues. I’m stuck using a cane...not to my liking as I’m young. My mid 50’s. I used to lift weights and did minor body building, and my yoga was just taken away from me due to my balance issues. So, this app is my only go to for now. I can use it in my home like I have to when it’s raining like it is today. It’s great outdoors. I love to see my route I’m taking as I change routes almost daily. My day route is very different from my night route so it’s good to see just where I’ve walked and it goes right to my Apple Watch. I’m currently in competition with my future daughter in law so I’m having a blast with this app. Thank you for making my exercise routines much easier and fun.
  • Maybe I missed something

    By Eyebrow74
    I tried the app for the first time today, so I’m only on day one. But I don’t get why I’d pay for this. The warmup was some instructions that were given really fast so I couldn’t follow them. I guess I was supposed to remember everything to do? Then the walking guidance was only some instructions at the beginning. No encouragement no update. No reminders to maintain my posture. And the instructions that were given weren’t even that good. This is really not worth a subscription. The free version of Runkeeper is much much more interactive and effective. I see now why you aren’t even giving a short trial. If it had been free I’d probably be giving five stars because I see where you’re going. But this is an MVP that should be free to early adopters. Where’s the integration with the Health app and Apple Watch? It’s way early for you to be charging for this. Also, bug report: I navigated to other apps on my phone and each time I returned to the walking app my steps were reset. It also never tracked my speed or any of the other stats. I have app to track stats, so yours doesn’t need to do it. Why try to do all of that poorly when you should be perfecting your offering of real walking guidance?
  • The “tricks” by the app maker.

    By Wellness Maven
    I downloaded this app based on its description and reviews. It seemed to be just what I was looking for (yay). After one day of use, the app was “hijacked” with subscription plans designed to force a customer buy in order to continue to use the app. I no longer had access to the app .. just the “select your purchase plan” screen I could not remove. It is important that you clearly disclose that the app is available for a one day trial before having to purchase a required subscription plan. Honestly, I would have considered a purchased but not when I am hijacked!! I deleted the app and move on to other choices. I found the experience absolutely frustrating!
  • First walk!

    By Erin E W
    I’m 25 and overweight- I don’t mind the way I look, but I do mind the way I feel. I’m way to young for this much back pain!! So I downloaded this app, and bought the 6 month package in the hopes that if I pay for it I should use it. I just completed my first walk- I love that the app walks you through simple warm up stretches, and I really appreciate the posture advice. I have really bad posture, so it was nice to have a reminder to focus on it. I also like how clean and professional the app looks. I’ll update when I’ve used it for awhile, but my first impressions are very, very good.
  • Some features needed

    By sk8rgirlusa
    Update: The app is working for me but I have two more requests that may have been mentioned in other reviews. My husband and I went to the gym to get out of the heat but I didn’t have my phone and couldn’t log the workout. We ended up leaving because I didn’t want to do the workout twice just to log it and unlock tomorrow’s workout. First, the ability to log a workout after the fact if you forget your phone or don’t have it to log the workout during your walk. Second, an Apple Watch capability to make up for not having the phone in hand during any given workout. Original Review: “I just used this app for the first time and I already love it. I haven’t read all of the reviews so, forgive me if this has been mentioned before. I like that I was able to turn on GPS and track my walk but there’s no obvious place to go back and look at my route and details after everything has been closed out. I’ve looked all over the app and can’t find a way to go back so, if that’s not currently a feature please add it. If this is a feature please make it more obvious.”
  • Not as displayed in advertising.

    By TruthReview101
    Unless I missed something, I was disappointed to learn that the actual app doesn’t include some of the visuals displayed in the advertising. Had this app offered a 7-day free trial as other apps do, I would have been much more satisfied, and felt I knew what I was actually purchasing. For many, this app would be great, but didn’t turn out to be what I, personally, was looking for (I need the visuals to stay motivated!). I’m bummed that I paid as much as I did without getting access to see how the app works, first - should have trusted my instincts! I wish I could be refunded - I purchased and was immediately charged.
  • Absurd and Unrealistic

    Today I downloaded this app and entered my data for the weight loss program. The four sessions of walking 32 minutes each on the first day seemed a bit much, but attainable. Curious, I skipped ahead to see how much the walking would increase over the month. By the 18th day of the 28 day plan, this app expected me to have 8 sessions of walking 70 minutes each during that day. That is more than nine hours a day of walking. The entire month was like that. I cancelled the trial immediately, because I don’t have nine hours a day to exercise. Honestly, for $9.99 a week, there has to be a realistic app out there. This isn’t it.
  • Needs some revision

    By Color2016
    Stretches before walk, where can I find before I begin? As a beginner the voice rattled off 3-4 pre Stretches and then 5 minute timer starts, wow that is too fast and I couldn’t remember the description. Can the Voice describe one at a time and let the participants do each exercise after each description? How can I make adjustments to my set up, because as a beginner there is no way I can do 3 sessions in a day. I will be doing one half-an-hour walk per day for a good month before I can increase. Victoria L
  • Hard sell for money before you even use it

    By LeeOfRenton
    Even though app is “free”, there is a hard sell for money before you can even begin using the app the first time. When you start a walk, by default it turns off any music or audiobook you have playing. You can turn that “feature” off, but it still turns off my audiobook and plays Apple Music instead. Very little value and metrics are not to be believed. I entered 20lb weight loss and it said I could accomplish that by walking 10 minutes a day for only 36 days. Right. Overall, other apps are much more useful for less money. Avoid.
  • A great walking app

    By RivalJJH
    I’ve been impressed with this app so far. The daily workout schedule naturally progresses so you always have the feeling of how great your accomplishment really is. If I were to ask for anything, it would be to adjust the weight loss workouts once you increase the intensity level for yourself. But maybe it is and I’m just missing it.

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