StepsApp Pedometer 4+

Step Counter, Walking Tracker

StepsApp GmbH

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


20+ Million users already enjoy StepsApp.
StepsApp turns your iPhone into a simple and beautiful step counter.
Just put your phone in your pocket and off you go.
Set goals. Count steps. Burn calories.


• Automatic step counting
• Stunning charts and animations
• Apple Health integration
• Apple Watch support
• Workouts with GPS tracking
• Active calories
• Insights
• Trends. Totals. Records.
• Powerful day, week, and month views
• Awards with 3D medals
• iOS 14 widgets for your home screen
• Dark and Light Mode
• Six beautiful colors – also change the app icon
• iMessage app
• Today widget
• More Daily goals & Notifications
• Social media sharing
• Wheelchair support
• Export data
• No extra hardware required


• Quick overview of your daily steps, distance, time, floors climbed, and active calories.
• Beautiful weekly, monthly, and yearly charts.
• See your progress directly in the today widget.
• Display your current step count or wheelchair pushes on the app icon.
• Notifications when you have reached your daily activity goal.
• Weekly Report
• Set and reach your goal… step by step.


• Synchronize and import your activity data via Apple Health.
• Track your activity with your iPhone and your Apple Watch.
• StepsApp will merge your steps automatically.
• Now with Apple Watch workouts with GPS tracking.
• Securely store your actively burned calories in Apple Health.


• Also enjoy StepsApp with VoiceOver.
• Instead of steps, track wheelchair pushes with your Apple Watch.
• StepsApp supports more than 20 languages.


• Spice up your charts with six beautiful colors.
• Also change the App Icon
• Share your achievements on social media directly from StepsApp...
• …or with our brand new iMessage app!

Your activity tracker to form a habit of walking, running, hiking
and weight loss.

StepsApp Privacy Policy:

* StepsApp requires iPhone 5s or newer

What’s New

Version 6.9.0

- We squashed some minor bugs and improved the performance, to make your step counting experience even better

If you enjoy walking with Steps App, would you mind taking a moment to write a review on the App Store or write to our support team it you have any suggestions.

We'd greatly appreciate it. #EveryStepCounts

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
180K Ratings

180K Ratings

Mrbozzi ,

Great App

I love this app and I would have given it a full 5 stars except that it seems to take time to fully record your steps and distance. For example when you get done with your walk the total steps shown is not the final tally. It will eventually record the correct steps and distance but not in “real time”. Still a wonderful step app comparable to Fitbit (except I think better!). …”update” still love this app but with each update my Apple Watch series one crashes the app, on the watch only. If I want to track my steps I need to check them on the phone as the app doesn’t display as it did previously on my watch. I guess if a new Apple Watch didn’t cost a zillion dollars I would buy one but my current Watch works just fine. Still love this app. “UPDATE” This is my fav pedometer and the folks behind it try really hard to make it work for every Apple Watch user. Their last update crashed the app on my watch again but after I reported it to them they began to work on a fix. After a number of weeks I’d given up hope that it would ever work with my series one watch but behind the scenes they continues working on it and one day I get a message that they may have found a solution…so I updated and BAM it works again. I love this app and the folks behind the app. Most app support folks might have given up but they didn’t and their communication is exemplary…I bumped up my stars from 4 to the 5 they deserve!!!

Developer Response ,

Dear User,

thanks for your great feedback :)

In general, when you're in sync with Apple Health it take some time for the steps and your other data to update themselves in the app.
If you're more interested in the live count of your steps, please turn Off Apple Health. In that way the app reads live steps data from the motion sensor of your app.
> open StepsApp
> go to Settings (the gear button at the top left)
> go to Apple Health
> turn On Apple Health Sync or resync again

Let us know via if you need further support.

Best regards,
StepsApp Team

we're in da money ,

Next Man Steps Up

When your numbers called, it takes guts, it takes courage, it takes thought, and it takes dedication to step up. It’s a mental process involving choice, challenge, and often times risk. what do all these have in common? The answer is time! “ It will all be over soon”, shruggingly the- next-man-up whispered. “Focus. All you have to do is focus”, The brave young rookie loudly yelled to himself. With this app, you are able to “sleep while you fly“. it does it for you. I get this deep into these metaphors or symbolic ways of mental landmarks to do with the fact that we take for granted exercise. But this have never does take for granted the time it takes to step forward and become the next man up. And at the end of your day, you may have forgotten, but this app does not, and it shows you how awesome your work was. and every day becomes more addictive. My name is Micka and I’m addicted to this app and I would like to say thank you to all involved for making every day very special. For making me the next man up whether I like it or not. I rest courageous no matter what my day was filled with. I write this because I just was informed over 12,000 steps today and it’s not even 11 PM and I woke up at around 2 PM. Yes I’m courageous. But I had to be reminded of it. Thanks guys Sincerely, “ next man steps up“ Micka «» New Orleans

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback! Keep on moving with us✌️

Rweis2 ,


Generally works pretty well. I would like to see tighter integration with the Apple Health steps and distance IF the StepsApp is being run from the Apple Watch but the iPhone is also within range. The reason being I feel that the iPhone sensor system is more highly sensitive to the input sensors than the software running from the Apple Watch which is on the wrist vs iPhone sensors that are detecting steps through acceleration and a more refined distance measurement. If the Apple Watch is logging activity strictly without the iPhone then the StepsApp is on its own and you need to accept that. Generally close, but why not use the most accurate data available. Would it be possible to display total steps information for the day? I would think several people walk a set number of steps or a set amount of distance per day in multiple exercise sessions. It would be much easier than doing the math on the “fly”. CoIuld you expand the choices of stride length to include .5 inch increments. I happen to average 24.5 inch stride and walk 13,000 steps a day. The distance covered is starting to be more than a little inaccurate. I do like the total data presentation to know that in 8+ years I’ve logged 21,575,619 steps and 8,580 miles. I’m T2Diabetic and manage my carbs with walking, and my weight with distance.

Developer Response ,

Hi, thank you very much for this feedback.
Please let us have more details about your request via!

Best regards, StepsApp Team

App Privacy

The developer, StepsApp GmbH, 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:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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


  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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