The Apple Fitness+ app was launched on December 14, 2020, for Apple Watch 6 and Apple Watch SE. It works well with all the Apple products namely iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. It streams workout classes that can be viewed and monitored according to the user’s choice.
The Apple Fitness+ is priced at $9.99 per month and whoever buys Apple Watch 6 gets it free for three months. It is also included in the Apple One bundle. It offers the user a 2TB of iCloud storage and also comes with Apple Music, Apple TV plus, Apple News+, and Apple Arcade.
The Apple Fitness+ is a video app. It does not offer a live programs facility. The classes are all indoors and have 10 different kinds of workout with built-in music features. The classes are defined by different music genres ranging from soft pop to hard rock.
The drawback is that the rate of difficulty is not mentioned on the app. The level of expertise required for each workout can only be determined after you have taken the actual class. Another feature that can be added is the feature of warming up before the actual workout begins. Or a cool-down stride after the workout has concluded. These features can be very handy when it comes to workout.
The classes are very diverse. From yoga to cardio, to cycling to dancing, it has all the modes of exercise available for fitness freaks. It manages all the detailed logs of the classes taken. A complete log is generated that includes information about calories burnt, heart rate chart, how many times the exercises are completed within time, etc.
The final verdict about the Apple Fitness+ is that it needs more improvisations to be used by all. It is not a user-friendly app for beginners. It needs to add more features to justify its price of $9.99 per month. It needs to add the warm-up and cool down classes along with mentioning the difficulty levels to assist the newbies.