Google Fit is described as 'health-tracking platform developed by Google for the Android operating system. It is a single set of APIs that blends data from multiple apps and devices' and is a Health App in the Sport & Health category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Google Fit for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Android Tablet. The best alternative is Strava, which is free. Other great apps like Google Fit are RunKeeper (Freemium), Adidas Running by Runtastic (Freemium), Open mHealth (Free, Open Source) and Nike Run Club (Free).
Runtastic is your personal sports and health assistant for all kinds of exercises (running, cycling, gym training, walking, hiking, skiing, cross-country skiing, skating, boarding, elliptical, tennis, yoga and many others). There is a free and a paid version.
Open architecture is software with source code that is freely available to developers to promote cooperation and interoperability. This means developers can more quickly and effectively work together to create optimized mHealth applications.
Nike Run Club gives you everything you need to run better and more often-including GPS tracking of your run, audio guided running workouts, weekly and monthly distance challenges to keep you motivated, customized coaching plans that fit your goals and adapt to your progress, and...
Train better with award-winning Sports Tracker app. Your phone becomes a full-featured GPS sport computer, keeping track of everything from calories burned while running to your average cycling speed over altitude.
FitoTrack is a mobile app for logging and viewing your workouts. Whether you’re running, cycling or hiking, FitoTrack will show you the most important information, with detailed charts and statistics. It is open-source and completely ad-free. Features:
Track My Trails is a free fitness tracking and personal training app for your running, cycling, walking, hiking or other types of outdoor activities. It helps you improve your health and fitness condition using your phone.