Apple’s Health solution has become a central clearinghouse over the past few years. Thanks to robust fitness tracking for workouts on Apple Watch, and now with Apple Fitness+ adding a new option for working out with the Apple Platform, there is a need for better tracking solutions with your data. Today, Fitness Totals launches as a way to easily compare weekly, monthly, yearly, and all-time totals for steps, running, cycling, and over a dozen other fitness activities. 

Measuring your progress with health data is one of the most effective ways to ensure you’re staying on track with your goals. With Fitness Totals, managing long-term fitness progress becomes a solved problem. The app is built to emphasize weekly, monthly, and yearly activity totals and make them available in customizable widgets ready for iOS 14.

Following with the trend of Apple Health, Fitness Totals collects only the essential data in order to populate the app, and it’s not shared elsewhere. If you want to share your totals, the app included simple sharing using the standard iOS sharing sheet.

Supported Activities in Fitness Totals

  • Steps
  • Standing
  • Walking/Running
  • Exercising
  • Cycling
  • Flights Climbed
  • Resting Calories Burned
  • Active Calories Burned
  • Wheelchair Pushes
  • Wheelchair Distance
  • Swimming Strokes
  • Swimming Distance
  • Downhill Snow Sports
  • Walking (Workout)
  • Running (Workout)
  • Hiking (Workout)

Fitness Totals can be downloaded on The App Store for $2.99.

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