FitnessBank Step Tracker

42 reviews
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About this app

It’s Simple — Step. Track. And Earn.

The more steps you make the higher your interest rate on a savings account. Gain financial strength while maintaining physical fitness as a part of your current active lifestyle.

Take the first step. Start tracking with our FitnessBank Step Tracker. Set a goal. Create a group. Join a Challenge. Earn Bonus Steps — it’s all right here.

The FitnessBank App gathers your steps from Google Fit, Garmin or Fitbit. For activity tracking apps not listed above (i.e. Polar or Suunto), then the FitnessBank Step Tracker app will tally your steps from Google Fit.

Your monthly step average determines your interest rate. The more you step, the higher your interest rate.

Other devices that will sync with Apple Health can be used, too.

FitnessBank is an FDIC-insured lifestyle bank serving customers who pursue physical fitness and financial strength.

As an FDIC-insured lifestyle bank, FitnessBank is a division of Affinity Bank, headquartered in Atlanta and servicing customers on the move throughout the United States since 2002.

To learn more or open a Fitness Savings account, take a step toward
Updated on
Oct 20, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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Personal info
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

40 reviews
Tim Patrick
October 17, 2022
The app has terrible step tracking and syncing and as a result, is cheating me out of my monthly step goals. I will walk well over 10,000 steps daily, tracked by multiple apps including the supported ones and this app will usually only pick up about a third of them, or sometimes none at all. I'd easily give this a 5 star rating if tracking was accurate, but it isn't close so far.
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Kenny Hadsell
March 10, 2021
I was excited to find this bank and hoped it would help me achieve my goals of becoming more physically and financially fit this year. However as numerous other reviews have stated it doesn't correctly pull step counts from Google Fit, which is already frustrating that I have to use because it doesn't sync with my Galaxy Watch that I bought specifically for fitness goals. I will keep my money in my old bank. The contact email doesn't work either.
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A Google user
August 3, 2019
It seems to work great overall. Two suggested corrections: 1. The "leaderboard" section does not show my # of steps correctly at all. It's much lower than my actual step #. (Fortunately the main page does consistently show steps accurately) 2. The "today's steps" and % of daily step goal both start the day accurate but by noon or so, for me, they revert to 0 for the rest of the day. Perhaps both of these issues could be caused by time zone differences? I'm 6 hours different than Georgia. Thanks!
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What's new

- Update to APY Rate display