Aaptiv: #1 Audio Fitness App

Aaptiv: #1 Audio Fitness App


  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2014-05-12
  • Current Version: 7.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 135.72 MB
  • Developer: AAPTIV INC.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 24,069 Reviews)
  • Price:
Aaptiv: #1 Audio Fitness App App Ratings: 5
From 24,069 Reviews

Aaptiv: #1 Audio Fitness App App Description

Aaptiv lets you workout when you want, where you want, the way you want. Get unlimited access to audio-based fitness classes led by certified personal trainers. Find the perfect rhythm with a playlist of music you already know and love. Experience more than 2,500 workouts in a variety of categories including running, elliptical, race training, rowing, strength training, stretching, yoga and more. With 30 new classes added each week, there's a workout for every interest and fitness level. • Access 2,500+ trainer-led, music-driven workouts anytime • Refresh your routine with 30+ new classes added every week • Workouts from 7 minutes to complete training programs • Fitness classes for every level ranging from running, cycling and elliptical to stretching, yoga and strength training • High intensity interval training (HIIT) to help you more effectively burn calories, build muscle, and lose weight • Amazing playlists filled with the music you already love • Full marathon, half marathon, 10K, and 5K training programs • No wifi? No worries! Download classes to listen offline • Enable Apple Health to track calories burned Get unlimited access to all classes for USD$14.99/month, USD$99.99/year or lifetime membership for USD$399.99. We also offer a 100% money back guarantee for the annual plan within 30 days, no questions asked. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable Terms of use: https://aaptiv.com/terms

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App Reviews

  • I can’t even use it. It just crashes..

    By Jaredmb19
    Such a great app. I’m glad i tired the trail before purchasing. Every time i go to open I crashes.
  • A POWERHOUSE of a fitness app. The cardio machines at the gym FINALLY GOT INTERESTING!!

    By So Jackie
    Brilliant. Too good to be true. Everything you could ask for in a personal training app, where YOU decide the kind of workout you want, they deliver.
  • Have to purchase to do anything!!

    By 808Kamaka
    It’s really annoying that you can’t do anything unless you buy the premium status! Ugh! Deleting!!
  • Slay the treadmill

    By ReneeL10
    Hard ! But I enjoyed it !
  • Music is awesome!

    By Amycat816
    The music on this app is legit. Keeps me pumped and the coaches are great too.
  • Needs a little fine tuning

    By Debjohnson11
    Great app! Wish I had something like it years ago. It's very motivating. Gave a 4 since there could be some improvement. Give an ability to adjust the music volume and trainer volume separately. That or decrease the music volume slightly. Some workouts it's hard to hear the trainer. Also, would like some standing up Ab workouts. I strained a muscle in my neck/shoulder doing some of the abs program because most of the 20 minutes was in a plank position. Had to stop doing that program and used YouTube videos for standing Ab workouts. In the future can another filter be added to search for certain categories, like upper body, abs/core, lower body? Thanks!
  • Great workouts, but subscription is bad.

    By pat_ma
    Workouts are great. But subscription is bad. I signed up for a free year trial online, but subscription only lasted 7 days. I renewed the subscription for another month but still can not access the workouts. It was good while it lasted.
  • Great selection of workouts

    By Cyberdyn
    Rowing, treadmill, high intensity interval training.. all flavors of music. I was reluctant to do the subscription but the cost of the subscription is ultimately less than the cost of one (or two) personal training sessions. Recommended.
  • Very motivating, but buggy and expensive

    By alnjxn
    If you are looking for a fitness tracking app this is NOT it. This a subscription workout playlist and motivation app. That is it. It offers not functionality of a standard health and fitness app such as heart rate monitoring, miles run, accurate calories burned and the Apple Watch app is extremely buggy. If you want this type of functionality you will need to run another 3rd part app in the background while you workout. If they marketed this as a fitness playlist only and reduced the subscription cost to a couple dollars per month I would give it 5 stars. But it is marketed as a fitness tracking app and it is just a glorified music player and therefore overpriced. See full details below. Pros Extremely motivational. Trainers are enthusiastic and if you hate getting up and working out they will def motivate you Music playlists are great Huge library of workouts No need to watch video during workout. Just listen and follow directions (others might see this as a negative but I feel like watching is extremely distracting and doesn’t translate well to outdoor workouts). Ala carte workout or guided programs Cons Doesn’t track fitness on iPhone or Watch (I.e. heart rate, miles run, calories burned). I have used with Watch and HR monitor. Requires another tracking app running in the background during workout to capture stats. Asks for Health write access for vitals but does not track. Why? Asks for read access to Health but does not read non-Aaptiv workouts from health so the recent activity captures no workouts done outside of Aaptiv? Why read from Health then? No pictures or animations of exercises. Most are straight forward, but if you are not familiar you’ll have to stop and lookup the exercise. Watch app is super buggy. Borderline unusable. Does not track properly. I did a 30 minute workout and at the end it said I worked out for 8 minutes and burned 75 calories. Watch workouts do not sync to iPhone app. If you go for a run with Watch and you are in a weekly program does not sync back and give credit for workout. I literally play the workout on mute on my phone later in the day to get credit. Seriously? Downloading workouts to Watch can not be done in background or overnight. You have to keep the screen awake and wait 10 minutes for the workout to transfer! If the screen sleeps the transfer stops and app crashes on Watch. Better remember to do it the day before! Shady developer practices. I clicked the 7-day trial button and immediately was taken to $99 dollar annual subscription payment. Contacted developer, could not refund or proper trial. My recommendation to the developers is either a) drop the health integration which does not work and just provide playlists with substantial price reduction, or b) add proper health tracking and watch integration immediately.
  • Not ready for prime time

    By dpminkeyboy
    (Warning: do NOT sign up by paying for an account unless you’re sure you want to keep it - no refunds given!) So many things wrong with this app... first, there’s the music - it’s comically bad in places, just annoying in others. Unless you’re 16 years old, then it might be ok. There’s no option to change the music or use no music at all, you’re stuck with what they think you like. Then there’s the lack of video or pictures to demonstrate the exercises. Some moves are obvious but others leave you guessing about what the motion is. Careful, this is a great opportunity to hurt yourself if you twist the wrong way or lift a weight in an awkward position. So yeah, this app is not ready for prime time. Unless you’re a 16 year old mind reader or an older person who listens to music for 16 year olds.