Neat idea Neat idea but super basic which is okay if that's who the target audience is...yet descriptions are poor and you have to be online for YouTube video links (haven't watched). There are much better apps out there for someone starting out. I recommend FitnessBuilder but other decent options are JeFit (although some errors) and Fitness Buddy.
Not as advertised I downloaded this app after seeing it used in a Verizon commercial. In said commercial it is presented as having workout videos you can follow along to. I'm not sure whose fault the misrepresentation is, but it is pretty bad. In reality the app is just a work out in text boxes, which is hard to follow when you're doing something like yoga. You can't get into any sort of flow if you have to stop and read text every pose. The "videos" are links to YouTube demos of the pose, and there is no way to link those videos into a workout to follow either. It's really a horrible interface, not very useful, and certainly not worth $5.
Horrible interface The interface to this application is awful. Looks like they've copied screenshots from their iPhone app. The workout instructions are just dumped in text boxes. Jefit doesn't have the best interface, but it's interface is still way better than this app.
Boo Okay so I get the 1 yr subscription via trial pay n the website yet I STILL have to pay for the premium app?? Pass!!! The Idoo app is way better. Hardly anything in app/website is user friendly. It's all confusing at first glance. Nothing is motivational nor appealing to keep using unlike IDOO with their Achievemint point reward system.
App not calculating correctly I input my dimensions, etc and bmi comes up 5547.2... That's not me that's my house... correct that and rating will be a lot better...
Terrible Looks like a web site wrapped in an Android app. Better stick with a mobile site instead.
Improved account security and data encryption
Take your fitness challenge mobile with point-gathering and leaderboard-tracking