|Free·Health & Fitness||40||-|
|Grossing·Health & Fitness||12||-|
|Developer||Genesis Technology Partners|
|Language||English ,Japanese ,Korean ,Portuguese ,Russian ,Chinese ,Spanish|
JFK IV - 2020-03-26 14:09:41
I was led here by false advertising. They’re basically saying let’s make money off of other people’s misfortune. To provide context you are all aware the Convid-19 virus is in full swing now and we are stuck indoors. I was browsing around (probably Facebook) and saw and ad for this describing how it’s a wonderful home workout for what’s happening right now. I downloaded it, and only after putting in all of my info do they ask for money. Right now is a difficult time for people but to have the gaul to make an ad specifically targeted at people who are stuck at home at this time, then to charge them only after they have put in all of their info I think is unethical. 0 stars if I could.
Bradley1986 - 2020-03-30 06:51:29
Too $$$ when there are other options that are free!
I found this app on insta thought it would be nice to add a few different exercises into my current routine. After filling out my information it asked for $3 a week or $10 a week! That is insane! It is literally cheaper to have a personal trainer in person, which I can guarantee is better than ANY app that can not correct you when doing something wrong or not able to change form when results are not what they should be. DOWNLOAD THIS ACTUAL FREE APP INSTEAD- “Home workout NO equipment”. Finally a free app that doesn’t turn around and charge you! I’ll take advertisement over paying 40$ a month.
Bail on everything else - 2020-03-31 23:49:50
Can’t redownload with same subscription
Downloaded this app really only interested in the meal plan, but never had time to cook so I deleted. Now in lockdown I have time to cool so I thought I would give it a try again. Got through the setup again, but it would let me get past the page where I select a subscription despite me having one that is active until September. I emailed support and they never got back to me. Can’t really say if I like the workouts or the meals, but I do also find the setup to be condescending. “Weak chest, skinny arms, beer belly”? Use less demeaning terms to keep from alienating your customers.