The 23 Best Workout Apps, According to Editors

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Apple Fitness+ ($7-$10 per month after a one-month free trial) used to be reserved for Apple Watch users only, but now anyone with an iPhone can join in. If you have an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, you can cue up the platform via the Fitness app preloaded on your device. You can also try it for three months free when you purchase a new iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, or Apple TV, and no matter how you subscribe, you can share access with up to five family members. To learn more, read our editor review of Apple Fitness+.

Editor quote: “I love that Apple Fitness+ not only offers tons of different types of workouts that you can view on your iPad, iPhone, or Apple TV at home, but it automatically connects to my Apple Watch, so I can track my workout and see my stats right on the screen. I love the rowing workouts, yoga, strength training, HIIT, and Pilates. They also offer walking, cycling, treadmill, and dance workouts, if that’s your thing. The instructors are so encouraging, the workouts are challenging, and they range from five to 45 minutes, depending on your schedule. They come out with new workouts every week to prevent boredom.” — Jenny Sugar, former staff writer, wellness

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