QuickLogger Fitness

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3.8
61 reviews
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About this app

Leave your phone at home and log it later with QuickLogger Fitness. Lugging your phone around can be inconvenient and in some cases, impossible. This application was designed to minimize time spent recording your fitness. An instant fitness level indicator based on activity type, workout days, intensity, and duration for a quick summary of the last 45 days. Many charts show details of specific workouts and overview of all activities to show progress.

- Super quick activity logging
- Fitness level indicator
- Specific logs for cycling, running, swimming - over 30+ activities
- Calculates calories burned, pace, speed, and more
- Charts to display history for specific activities and overall exercise program

There are 4 primary activities that can be chosen and are on the home screen for quick access. The rest of the 30+ fitness activities are accessed by the + in the menu. Each fitness activity allows for recording High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) as well as standard fitness data. HIIT is a great way to remove plateaus is workout improvements.

In addition, each activity can be set to the routine workout that you normally do to make logging even faster.

Tracking fitness couldn't be easier!
Updated on
Sep 19, 2013

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3.8
61 reviews
A Google user
March 16, 2014
Easiest fitness app I've tried, and I went through a few. Would be good if it had more options when inputting a workout - at the moment it is only time and distance; estimated calories (from readouts of machines) would be nice
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A Google user
September 18, 2013
Compliments your own personal diet and fitness program, by keeping track of your selected workouts as well as graphing your progress. Its simple you use, yet very effective.
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A Google user
June 14, 2014
If you want a simple record of your activities that takes seconds to complete this is ideal for you. If you want a detailed analysis to study and improve your performance probably not for you but maybe in the future if you get fed up with all that data!
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What's new

Added elevation gained to activity log entry
Fixed saving notes as defaults

**backup and restore coming soon**

New summary charts for distance
Added Pilates and Boxing activities
Fixed a few minor display issues