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Top 10 best tools and utility apps on Android in 2024

by Hồng Yến

The text begins by stating a fact that over 86% of people worldwide own a smartphone. This is not limited to just phones, but also includes other smart devices like Android tablets and smartwatches. These devices are often seen as distractions because they constantly compete for our attention with their various notifications and features.

However, these devices can also be beneficial, especially when it comes to maintaining a fitness routine. The text suggests that all you need is a fitness app and the willingness to stick to a routine.

For iOS users, there’s a dedicated service called Apple Fitness+. Despite its wide range of features, the text argues that its monthly subscription fee of $14.99 might be hard to justify.

The text then points out that there are many third-party fitness apps available that offer similar services, often at a lower cost or even for free. These apps provide exercises that cater to a wide range of needs and skill levels, implying that most users will likely find at least one app that suits their fitness goals.

Finally, the text indicates that it will outline the best fitness apps available on Android. This suggests that the following content may provide recommendations or reviews of various fitness apps for Android users.

In summary, the text discusses the prevalence of smart devices and how they can be used beneficially for fitness routines through various apps, particularly on Android. It also critiques the cost of dedicated services like Apple Fitness+ and highlights the value of third-party apps.

1.Asana Rebel

While both share the same name, Asana Rebel has no correlation to the productivity software, Asana. Asana Rebel puts emphasis on strength and weight-loss exercises, as well as yoga and guided meditation. It features over 100 different exercises and challenges across said categories.

Asana Rebel offers several subscription options, starting at $15.99 per month or $58.99 per year. Asana Rebel may seem more expensive than Apple Fitness+ on the surface. But depending on your chosen package and the features you’re looking for, it might turn into a better value-for-money deal.

2.Centr, by Chris Hemsworth

Next up, we have Centr, by Chris Hemsworth. Yes, that Chris Hemsworth. Centr is an all-in-one app that combines home & gym workouts, with or without equipment, as well as workout and nutrition planners. The app also offers yoga and guided meditation.

Centr caters to users of all skill levels and ages, and an expert in the relevant field guides each discipline. They range from yoga instructors, MMA coaches, psychotherapists, nutritionists, and even Chris Hemsworth’s personal trainer.

Subscriptions start at $29.99 per month, with significant discounts for 3 and 12-month subscriptions. That may be a steep price to pay, but Centr offers a free 7-day trial. And if you ask us, it’s hard to top a fitness app that has Thor as its marketing face.

3.FitOn Workouts & Fitness Plans

FitOn has a similar offering to Centr, with one major difference: it’s free. In FitOn, you’ll find various workouts, many of which don’t require equipment, including cardio, barre, and pilates. FitoOn adapts to a multitude of goals and intensity levels and curates exercises that target specific muscle groups.

Though it does offer a paid pro plan, the FitOn app prides itself on offering all workouts for free. Free always comes with a downside, right? True. No Thor, in this case. That said, FitOn does feature exclusive workout videos led by celebrities like Gabrielle Union and Halle Berry. A pro subscription would set you back $29.99 per year, but it’s only necessary if you plan to take advantage of the app’s personalized meal plans and heart rate monitoring.


Stretching isn’t fun; it doesn’t necessarily improve your physique, and it doesn’t make you feel like you can conquer a mountain. But if you want to continue working on your physique, then proper maintenance of your body is essential. That’s where GOWOD differentiates itself from other apps.

GOWOD tests your mobility and designs stretching exercises for specific training routines. In turn, this lessens the chance of injury and increases your recovery speed. There are over 240 different exercises to choose from, though access to the app’s premium features costs $9.99 per month, with substantial discounts on 6 and 12-month subscriptions. Additionally, GOWOD gives you a 14-day trial to test out its premium features.

5.Nike Training Club: Fitness

Nike ups the ante by offering over 200 workouts in various categories, from cardio and HIIT to strength and mobility training. Similarly to Adidas Training, exercises range from 5 to 50 minutes. In addition to workouts, the app gives you access to nutrition and workout tips, as well as videos for creating and maintaining discipline and expert tips. US and UK residents can also take advantage of exclusive livestreams featuring experts that’ll improve your fitness regimen.

Did we mention that it’s free? Unlike many other fitness apps, Nike’s Training Club has no premium subscription. Every workout and meal plan, every on-demand video, and every expert tip is free to access for everyone.

6.Peloton – Fitness & Workouts

Peloton allows you to stream classes in a variety of training disciplines, including yoga, HIIT (high-intensity interval training), stretching, and cardio. By selecting specific filters, such as exercise types and muscle groups, you can easily shortlist workouts that’ll bring you closer to your desired result.

The app keeps track of your workouts and offers rewarding challenges to help you maintain motivation. A membership will set you back $12.99, which is miles cheaper than Centr’s monthly subscription. Peloton offers a free 30-day trial if you wish to experience its premium features before you make a decision.

7.Pumatrac Run, Train, Fitness

Puma is yet another sports apparel company that provides a fitness app with Pumatrac. Much like Adidas and Nike, Pumatrac offers a selection of no-equipment exercises for people of all skill levels. Choose from pilates, ballet, HIIT, and even boxing. Pumatrac features guided workouts from celebrities, such as fitness and social media personality Pamela Reif and 7-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton.

However, in addition to that, Pumatrac also boasts features exercises designed with runners in mind. If you own an Android smartwatch, Pumatrac tracks your heart rate and running pace and gives you insights into your route’s distance and elevation changes. All of this and more is available for free, no subscription attached.

8.Seven – 7 Minute Workout

Without a doubt, time is a scarce commodity. And when that commodity is split between other responsibilities and hobbies, the priority of workouts usually drops. Seven offers a reasonable solution to this problem, as workouts in this app take no more than seven minutes. That’s just enough time to test the best workout earbuds against falling out of your ears.

That’s right, whether you want to train abs for the summer, develop arms or build more muscular abs, Seven won’t take more than seven minutes of your time. The app features over 200 exercises designed for weight loss or building muscle. And best of all, you don’t need any equipment to perform the workouts. Dedication is more than enough.

9.Strava – Run, Ride, Hike

Sometimes, to get the best results, you have to move out of your comfort zone. In other words, out of your home or gym. Unlike many other apps on this list, Strava focuses on outdoor activities. If you’d rather spend time in the wild than the gym, then Strava’s got you covered with everything, from light hiking to running and cycling. Even yoga’s on the menu for winding down after all those rigorous exercises.

To keep you motivated, Strava offers a constant stream of monthly challenges and achievement badges to keep you on track. Strava costs $7.99 per month, or as little as $5 if you go for an annual membership. It doesn’t offer as many premium features as some of the other apps on this list, but the price reflects that.

10.Sweat: Fitness App for Women

As per the name, Sweat features exercises curated specifically for women, from beginners to advanced. You can expect exercises designed with specific goals in mind, such as weight loss and prenatal and postnatal workouts. Many require minimal equipment, such as dumbbells and a skipping rope, or no equipment at all.

The app gives you access to workout videos guided by professional trainers and updates its content monthly. Sweat offers a free 7-day trial to start off with, but continuous use will cost you a premium: $19.99. That said, the app’s more focused design and the plethora of features could make the price worth it.

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