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Fitlist fitness tracker adds progress graphs and workout-sharing options



If the idea of using your iOS device to help track your fitness appeals to you, it’s worth checking out the newly-updated Fitlist app.

Since one of the best things about the new wave of fitness trackers is the ability to see how you progress over time, the most useful new feature of the popular workout log is the addition of new progress graphs. These allow you to view your cardio and strength exercise history in the form of attractive, easy-to-read charts. (This feature is available to premium users only.)

The Fitlist update also means that the app supports sharing your workouts with nearby friends via AirDrop, and also with online friends using Facebook.

In addition, you now have the option of passing over exercises without having to mark them as complete by using the new new ‘skip’ button. This button also lets you easily navigate through the list.

Finally Fitlist lets you create, save and load a limited number of workout routines for free, for non-premium users. It also adds an improved My List screen menu, plus all the bug fixes and UI tweaks you’d expect.

Fitlist is available for all iOS devices running iOS 7.0 and above. It is available for free in the App Store, although a $1.99 in-app purchase will unlock premium features such as the progress graphs.

Source: iTunes


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