Will Verduzco · Apr 8, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Sneak in Some Push-Ups with eFitness for Android

While there’s certainly no shortage of workout apps available for Android, sometimes you just want a simple program for a very specific purpose. This is where eFitness by XDA forum member darkolorin comes into play. As alluded to earlier, the application is quite simple and easy to use.

In the words of the developer:

eFitness by ooApps is fun pushups! Sport! Fun! And promo video!
Be healthy with this app! First take your phone, put it on the floor, then start pushups and touch big red button by your nose. See records and time.

So, what are you waiting for? Quit being lazy and continue to the application thread to get your workout started.


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