Gymatic Workout Tracker

Gymatic Workout Tracker

By Vimo Labs Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-10-03
  • Current Version: 4.4.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 65.66 MB
  • Developer: Vimo Labs Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,168 Ratings


*** Featured by Apple in "New Apps We Love", Apple Watch App Store, and Apple Health&Fitness category. *** Gymatic (a.k.a VimoFit) is the first and only app to automatically identify your exercises, count your repetitions, and log your workouts. What is more, it auto tracks many stats no human can track. Bring science to your workout! Our mind-blowing technology has been featured on AOL, Mashable, TechCrunch, Huffington Post, and more… - Gymatic not only auto log exercises and count reps, it also collect many advanced stats for each set, such as * Heart rate (average and max) (only when using Apple Watch) * Rest and work time (work time only starts when you move, rest time starts as soon as movement ends. No need to mess with timer when you need to rest after a set, it is all automatic.) * Velocity * Power * Tempo * Rep speed * Form consistency * Range consistency * Speed consistency - Connect with Apple Health app to read heart rate and contribute to activity rings. - Get more accurate calories burned feedback then with typical fitness trackers because Gymatic knows EXACTLY which exercises you’re performing! - It takes just 3 seconds to train any new exercise so there’s no limit to how many exercises Gymatic can track. - Gymatic tracks your Crossfit, bodybuilding, weightlifting, strength training, HIIT workouts, TRX training, kettlebell training, calisthenics, machine exercises, and much much more! - Stay motivated with remarkable progress tracking including 1 rep max estimates, calories burned and all advanced stats. - Support both FreeForm mode, where you can perform any exercises, and Guided mode, where Watch/Phone guides you through a pre-programmed workout. - Many workouts are included + unlimited workouts shared by the community. - Track your indoor cardio and accurately count calories for running, cycling, rowing, elliptical, and stair stepper. Tips: - Wear your watch just a little higher on your wrist than usual. (above the bone) - Tighten the watch on your wrist. (just snug, not a death grip) - Want to track Leg Press? Strap phone to your leg. Or keep hands on your leg to move along. Developer Note: This is a new technology and you’re one of the first to try it out! We know it’s not perfect yet. Please help us improve the app for everyone by reporting bugs to Tutorial and FAQ are at Visit this support site for questions and answers. In-App Subscription Details: Gymatic Premium subscription is $4.99 per month / $29.99 per year and operates on a 30 / 365 day cycle. 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. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the cost of $4.99 / $29.99. You may manage your Subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your user Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchases a subscription to Gymatic Premium. Terms of use: Privacy policy: ‎



  • No luck so far

    By Saiyancj2
    The general idea seems amazing. I bought the annual pro and with started my 7 day trial. My first workout in and it wasn’t exactly what I hoped for. I might not be understanding this but while following the core workout with my Apple Watch it seems to either count 0 reps or every other one. I ended up having to double up and in some cases triple my exercises with it still being inaccurate. I’m hoping this will get more accurate with more use but it may not be for me if this doesn’t calibrate and match up with what I’m doing.
  • Frustrating app

    By jkjkjljkjlomnop
    This app is horrible. Spent the money for the entire year. App randomly logs exercises that I am not actually doing. App proves to be more frustrating then helpful while working out. Spend too much time at gym correcting the app. Look elsewhere for an app that actually works.
  • Exactly what I need

    By Deno08
    I don’t review many apps. But this app is very good. It’s great. I don’t know how the tech works but mane I love it.
  • More

    By Megs 2252
    There should be more you can actually do within the app in the free mode
  • Didn’t work

    By Momof2..
    Doesn’t seem to work intuitively, tried it at gym but would not load.
  • Register to track workouts?

    By DuckRank
    Why so I need to register an account and give up personal information to track workouts? The app shouldn’t need to connect to a network at all to add info to HealthKit.
  • Wasted my time!

    By Jayitx
    Free app....NOT. I downloaded the app and it looked good. Lots of workouts included. It allowed me to even create my own and sync with my Apple Watch. I spent 2 hours creating my own sets of workouts, then synced them. I went to the gym excited to try it out, and as soon as I tried to start, it said I had to sign up for a 7-day trial. Very upset that I wasted my time and got to the gym but the app never indicated that I would have to sign up before using it. It would have been nice to know before or during the 2 hours wasted creating my own workouts. Looks like a good app but I feel purposely deceived. Deleting......
  • Can’t sign in with Facebook

    By LauraAC33
    What’s the use of I can’t just sign up through Facebook without it force closing itself. Not worth trying tech support, sorry.
  • Great app

    By J--ONE👹
    For the price you get great tool to help you unleash your inner gym rat, with proper form of course.
  • Option to buy

    By bengunnus
    I’ve found the free version of the Gymatic app very useful. In fact it is my number one app when I use the total gym. But it does not justify a monthly subscription for me, and maybe many others. If there was a option to buy without a subscription then I might be the first in line.