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Nook Fitness App
May 28, 2011 in Nook Apps | Tags: nook fitness app
There’s a Nook Fitness App called Exerywhere Exercise (EvEx) which is very interesting so wanted to do a post on it.
First, a few clarifications:
The App is getting hammered in ratings because some people are having problems downloading it. This isn’t the app developer’s fault. It’s an infrastructure thing that B&N should fix.
The Developer Team for EvEx is submitting a smaller file and trying to solve the problem on their end.
Most of this post is based on the website – Everywhere Exercise Fitness App.
Here are the things I like about the app (based on the website, and not on the Nook Color App itself):
It’s one of the first Fitness Apps for the Nook Color (perhaps even the very first).
It’s focused on women which makes me feel left out but should make you happy if you’re a woman/girl.
It has very good reviews from various publications like Seventeen Magazine (which is like the ultimate authority on apps and fitness NOT). It does have lots and lots of good reviews from iPhone review blogs and such.
It has 30+ exercises that target 6 body zones – arms/hands/wrists, shoulders/chest/back, abdominals/lower back, hips/buttocks, thighs/hamstrings, and calves/ankles/shins/feet.
You can do them at the desk, while waiting in line at the grocery line, while watching the TV, and even while flying.
It’s already been released for Android and iPhone so you can check the reviews.
From the iPhone and iPad screenshots it seems very well done.
There’s a Certified Fitness Instructor behind it – trained at UC Berkeley. Plus a Yoga Expert.
I’ll be waiting for the new version and then will buy it. Will add my thoughts if it turns out to not be a good app.