Logly: Track Daily Activities 4+

Log Exercises & Track Metrics

Trendendo Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 37 Ratings
    • Free



Logly is a comprehensive wellness app that enables you to log and track daily fitness, wellness, and other lifestyle activities in one place. Get a holistic view of your activity history, streaks, trends, and statistics in one easy-to-use platform.

Our goal is to combine your fragmented activity data spread out across multiple narrowly focused apps into one seamless view. With Logly, you no longer need separate apps for logging your daily routine, tracking workouts, or documenting health metrics like weight change.

Logly is tailored to you, so you can track what you care about. Look back at the number of times you ran, played golf, practiced yoga, meditated, read, got a haircut, or took a vacation day in the last week, month, or year to better understand how you take care of your body and mind. Use your data to track progress toward goals or motivate you to keep active.

Current features include:

Track exercises and workouts including, but not limited to:

Home workouts
HIIT workouts
CrossFit workouts
Strength Training

Log sports practices like:

Scuba Diving

Capture health, wellness and other lifestyle activities, such as:

Doctor appointments
Blood work
Weight Tracking

Study sessions

And finally, others like:

Sporting events

View activity streaks, activity counts and statistics.

Download Logly and start tracking your workouts and daily activities now. If you don't see an activity from your daily routine already in the app, you can easily add it yourself.

Understanding your habits, activity levels and trends empowers you to set meaningful goals and make improvements that lead to positive health and wellbeing outcomes. We want Logly to help you be the best, most active version of yourself.

We hope you enjoy Logly, and please share suggestions for how we can make Logly the perfect app for you.

What’s New

Version 1.10

New, rebuilt & optimized Logly app!

- Bottom navigation bar for seamless transitions throughout the app
- Search, hide, and favorite activities
- Tag a location per activity (map feature coming soon!)
- Enhanced activity statistics (accessible via the Profile page)
- Improved responsiveness

As always, please reach out with any feedback or enhancement requests! We would LOVE a review, it really helps. Cheers!

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Tytyhihi99OH ,

Simple. 90 seconds a day, but pays huge dividends

Extremely easy to use and intuitive. It takes me 90 seconds a day, tops, to log my activities. I’ve been using it for a couple years now and have been continually impressed with new developments that have been made to make the app easier to use.
It’s part of my routine and I honestly think it’s helped with my fitness, both physically (tracking progress) and mentally (I can see that I’ve been active!).

artlm2003 ,

Not very flexible

Won’t rotate to landscape mode on iPad (the normal orientation). Can’t delete options (I really don’t want to log my sex activity, for example). It has an option to log new activities (I wanted to add Bag (hitting a weight bag) but it never showed even though the program seemed to accept it.) Tried to enter other new activities with similar results. It is possible to use “OTHER” and then title it (“Bag”, fo instance), but if that’s the way the program wants new activities to be entered, why does it make believe you can add them directly. The other problem with “OTHER” is that the summary page adds them all together even if they’re different “OTHER”’s

The program allows adding activities to past dates, but does not let you plan more than a day ahead.

Just started used the app, but it doesn’t seem that you can get a calendar view and skip days (for example to compare current pace with pace a year ago).

It doesn’t look like you can get more than a very simple report (how any days did I run last month, but not what was my total distance, ...), or display activities in columns so it would be possible to see inconsistencies or patterns in one’s training. It does show total number of workouts per activity, so that at least is something.

Not sure why this is any better than a simple spreadsheet or a paper pad, though will work with it for awhile.

Developer Response ,

Hello! First, thank you for your feedback! There was a lot of good stuff in here.

We were able to address hiding/unhiding activities in the input menu. This allows you to trim down the activities you don’t use or don’t want to see! Give it a shot and let us know what you think.

In terms of providing better summaries — they are coming soon🤞🏼— and we are absolutely going to take your feedback into consideration as we build out these next views.

Finally, it’s funny you mentioned it being a glorified notepad — and that’s really what we set out to build w our first version. Something quick & simple, but prettier than a notepad. We now realize it can be so much more. Hang in there and updates will be coming!

Thanks again,

alytheyogi ,

Workouts and Travel!

I track my workouts and travel in Logly. I don’t need a ton of detail so seeing a quick tile for what I’m doing is great. I also love that I can tag the classes I take too. Lastly, I love that I can log travel and other experiences so I don’t feel so bad when I don’t have a workout activity on a certain day! Been fun and easy to use so far, well done 👏👏👏

App Privacy

The developer, Trendendo 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 Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info

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

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