The Fitness app is now available on all iPhones running iOS 16.
Apple adds a new built-in app to iPhones, along with other improvements.
It may encourage a more active lifestyle.
Apple Fitness app tracks how much you move each day.
The Fitness app’s activity ring tracks your progress toward fulfilling movement goals and awards rewards.
Share your exercise with friends and family to be motivated by their success.
This will sound familiar to anyone who has a smartwatch on our top Apple Watch list. They may download a companion version of Fitness to their iPhones for a bigger-screen display of their activities and workouts.
Fitness isn’t as new as you think.
iOS 16 Fitness: I’m healthier
The addition of the Fitness app to every iOS 16-capable iPhone fits Apple’s recent commitment in helping
people lead more active, healthier lifestyles by using personal device data to motivate and guide objectives.
Fitness is a great iOS addition for me, since pandemic era-living sapped my energy.
Two years of limited activity aren’t helping me cruise through middle age.
So I hope that closing the Fitness app’s rings and hearing from iPhone that I’m a good boy will push me to go on daily walks and seek other healthy hobbies, just as iOS 16.
Health’s medication monitoring tool has helped me my daily pill usage.
Based on my iOS 16 public beta testing, here’s how Fitness will work without an Apple Watch.
iOS 16 Fitness configuration
Starting Fitness is easy.
Launch the app, click Continue on the splash screens, and follow the prompts to enter data.
Your daily calorie burn goal is the most crucial item to set.