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Description

PlayFitt is the fitness game that gets you addicted to moving!

PlayFitt motivates you to lead an achievable, active lifestyle. We turn your daily home workout into a game. All your steps, stairs, squats, push-ups and active breaks are counted automatically. 

PlayFitt makes movement just as fun as your favorite video game or as routine as scrolling through social media! We believe in using technology to better ourselves.

With daily and weekly goals, PlayFitt encourages you to remain active in small bites, more often. It's easy to build new habits that change your entire well-being with PlayFitt.

- Automatic Detection - Movement shouldn’t be a chore

- Cheat Detection to make your movements count

- Earn Coins and exchange them for Power-ups

- Challenge yourself with daily and weekly goals

- Feel good about your achievements by climbing through the Leagues

- Connect, compete and celebrate your movement with friends and family

- Build healthy habits by hitting your streak

With HealthKit integration, there's no need to stress about logging your movement. You're able to connect the Health app with us, so you can focus on achieving all of your goals.

PlayFitt is your movement guru, cheering you on every step of your journey. We celebrate movement in all forms. Movement is everybody and every body!

What’s New

Version 2.1.0

This update will certainly get you hooked on moving more! Crush your goals and your friends just by playing the game. This release also includes bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.8K Ratings

3.8K Ratings

Nickelodeon in real life ,

If you’re whining about the missing reps, you’re missing the point.

Love this app. Total motivation for me to be more active. Reps count for squat and push up might be slightly inaccurate give or take. It’s not always missing one or two reps, sometimes it even counts one or two reps that I didn’t even do. So it compensates itself basically. But nothing is perfect unless you have another person standing there counting your reps.
To all the people who are complaining about missing one or two reps. Yes it is nice to be recognized and rewarded for your work but the point of this app is to encourage people to be more active.
Your body appreciate every extra rep that you do.
In my experience, whenever I was miscounted for my reps, I was more than happy to put it some more to meet the challenge. Knowing my body will thank me later.
Besides, as mentioned before, the app also counts extra reps that you don’t do sometimes. I don’t see nobody complaining about that. Y’all so quick to whine abour something so trivial unless it’s beneficial to you.

GamerThirtyFive ,

Good concept but rep counts are way off

EDIT: I have now used the app for two months and unfortunately I’ve been getting increasingly frustrated with the way it counts squats and especially push-ups. The app frequently will count up to 80 or so and then tell me there’s an error, making me start all over again. I frequently have to restart the count multiple times for the app to actually work. The frustration this causes is not worth it and I will be deleting it.

I’ve been using the app for over a week. I appreciate the app in that it makes me more motivated to move in order to meet its daily or weekly goals. My problem is that even when I’m putting my phone in my waistband or in the back pocket area of my form fitting yoga pants sometimes it doesn’t count my reps. I don’t mind the occasional one or two, but when you’ve done 40 push-ups or squats and it doesn’t count a single one or only counts half, it is frustrating because I don’t really have the energy to do more. This has happened numerous times, and I’ve yet to understand why the app is able to count my movements sometimes but misses them altogether other times. I will most likely keep this app for a little longer to see if I can figure out this glitch, but if the rep counts continue to be off by that much, I will probably find something else.

breannajean91 ,

Worse with each update

I used to absolutely love this app! I would hit the step and squat counts daily and quickly earn enough points to grab a Starbucks gift card, but ever since the change of making everything cost 10x less points, it’s been horrible. Sure, the gift card costs 3,000 points now instead of 30,000, but I end up getting barely any points no matter what goal I hit during the day or how many I hit within a day. Most times I only get 3-4 points per goal (it’s supposedly 10x less points now, but that’s a lie because each goal before would get me at least between 85 and 110 points). I don’t even think it’s worth it any more to keep this app, it just seems to get worse with each update.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! Thank you for taking the time to write a review. I'm sorry you don't like the new point system. If you'd like to earn rewards faster, I'd suggest investing into Power-ups, as they boost your overall performance. You can also earn rewards faster with our Premium membership. We have a 14-day Free Trial if you want to give it a try! It's also important to remember, although rewards are nice, PlayFitt's main goal is to get you moving more. Each and every update is made with our players in mind, as our main goal is to help you achieve healthier habits both on and off your phone.

App Privacy

The developer, IntelliSports Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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