Lift Log: #1 Weightlifting Log 4+

Best Workout Tracker & Journal

FitnessAI Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.1 • 910 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Lift Log is the simplest and easiest to use app to track your workouts.

From the Developer:
I built Lift Log because I was displeased with all the other workout tracking apps on the App Store. Other apps made me input my routine before using the app, create workouts before recording data, and more annoying tasks that forced me to focus on the app more than on my workout. Lift Log is different. Log your sets easily and effortlessly, usually with only two taps. Reference graphs to track your progress over time. Add workouts on the fly, no need to configure anything just start lifting and start logging. Download the app and give it a try, I’m sure you’ll be happy your did.

Lift Log is built for both beginners and experts, Lift Log provides everything you need to track your progress and get stronger. Its simple and intuitive design allows you to effortlessly record your workouts as quickly as possible, so you can focus on getting in those extra reps.

- Minimalist interface, simpler than any other fitness app on the App Store
- Type in any routine and Lift Log remembers it and starts tracking it forever
- Graphs show your progress over time

Subscription Details:

A $7.99 monthly or $59.99 annual subscription is required to access all that Lift Log has to offer.

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 at the amount selected. 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.

What’s New

Version 2.3

HUGE updates are just around the corner!

Lift Log is easier to use than pen and paper. No setup is required — just download the app and log as you lift. Lift Log's simple filtering system allows you track your progress over time and keeps you informed. Lift Log is smart. By remembering the last exercise you performed it automatically fills in the same reps and weight as last time, allowing you to log quicker and focus on your lifts. Lift Log's simplicity keeps you off your phone so you can pump iron distraction free. If this update, we improved on Lift Log's ease of use. We also added the following:

* Removed the requirement to create an account
* iPhoneX support (long overdo)
* Icon redesign
* Dark Mode
* Added a subscription plan
* Export data for non-paying users
* Free 24/7 fitness coach via live chat

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
910 Ratings

910 Ratings

alaynamarie93 ,

I loved this app

I really loved this app and had just been using it a couple weeks. I was in the middle of my workout and logging things as I go and I got the subscription pop up. I’m fine with the creator wanting to do subscriptions and totally understand it but the way it was rolled out bothered me. I didn’t have a warning so if I didn’t pay for the subscription my data would’ve been gone, as far as I’m aware. So I purchased the $7.99 subscription but I’ll be cancelling because I just can’t budget almost $10/month for a log. I really understand moving to subscriptions but I was irritated that I had no warning and I didn’t want to lose my logs.

Kbonezodelicious ,

Great customer service and a solid, easy to use interface

Edit: the creator rolled out a subscription requirement that I objected to (I wasn’t a huge fan of the way he rolled it out). Jake, the creator, answered my complaints directly and immediately, in a way that i really appreciated. Seems like the app is run by one guy who is really striving to do right by his customers. After he addressed my issues I couldn’t be happier, and I’m back to wholeheartedly recommending the app. It’s very intuitive, and provides just the right amount of functionality. I have been frustrated with how many useless features other workout logs have (honestly, I don’t need videos of what a bicep curl looks like- I just want to be able to log what I do at the gym), so having a stripped down but functional option has been great.

The app is incredibly easy to use. No unnecessary bells and whistles, which is exactly what I was looking for. And Jake (the developer) is incredible. I had a few suggestions, so I emailed them through the feedback option on the app. He got back to me with tips and great feedback within 20 minutes. Literally the best customer service I've ever gotten from an app. I can't recommend this app enough.

thighranosaur ,

Not worth an expensive subscription

I just started using this app a few weeks ago and enjoyed the simplicity of the design. It's a step above a note taking app in that I could select which exercise I was doing and replicate sets with a single click. It was a little bare-bones and I wasn't quite sure it would work for what I need for long term data collection, but I wanted to give it a shot for a couple months to see. Then, RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE of working out, between one set and the next, I got hit with a paywall asking for a monthly subscription. Literally between one set and the next! No way to put of subscribing. No way to log my set. No way to see my previous set. No way to view any of my data. No way to export what I already put in. No warning this would happen.

It would be one thing if this app had specified it had in-app purchases when I downloaded it, or if I had been notified this was going to happen, or if there had been a single initial fee, or even a reasonable monthly fee (like a dollar or two). But none of that was the case.

Like I said, this app is just a step above a note taking app. It's not worth the monthly cost. On top of that, just on principle, I refuse to support an app that takes its user's data hostage.

App Privacy

The developer, FitnessAI Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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