Atari has announced that it is launching a new fitness app for Apple’s iOS devices and Google’s Android devices called Atari Fit.
The company has said that its new fitness app will soon be available on the iTunes app store and the Google Play Store.
“Atari Fit provides a great balance of fitness and fun,” said Porter. “The certified programs are safe, effective, and give users access to really comprehensive fitness routines, while additional features like the tracking capabilities, daily tips, Atari games, and multiple social components encourage users to engage with fitness in their every-day life.”
Atari Fit is compatible with the industry’s most popular wearable health and fitness devices, including Fitbit, Jawbone, and Android Wear devices. It can also aggregate data from other world-renowned fitness apps such as RunKeeper, Apple Health, and Google Fit – allowing users to aggregate all of their fitness activity in one location while tapping into the robust set of tracking capabilities to capture the user’s distance, speed, pace, time and calories burned within the comprehensive log-book.
You can find out more details about Atari Fit over at the company’s website at the link below, as soon as we get some more details on when the app will launch, we will let you guys know.
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