Streaks Workout

Streaks Workout

By Crunchy Bagel

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-10-26
  • Current Version: 3.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.72 MB
  • Developer: Crunchy Bagel
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,771 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Streaks Workout App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 2,771 App Reviews

Streaks Workout App Details

The personal trainer that you actually want to use. Exercise at home, in the park, at the gym, anywhere! You don't need any equipment - you just need a few minutes and a floor. You can customize which exercises you want to do, making it great for all ages and abilities. Features: * 30 equipment-free exercises to choose from * 4 different workout lengths (approx. 6, 12, 18 or 30 minutes) * Create custom workouts * Demonstrations of all exercises * Tips to help your refine your technique * Built-in timer and statistics * Saves workouts to the Health app No more excuses: this is the workout you won't dread. If you have any questions, comments, please contact, or tweet us at @StreaksWorkout. ABOUT HEALTH DATA: On supported devices, Streaks access the Health app to read and write workout data with your permission. All data is accessed in full accordance with the iOS app review rules set by Apple. Please read our privacy policy at for more information on our use of data.


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Streaks Workout App Reviews

  • Great app, but still room to grow

    By Jerem 97
    This is a great app especially since the change to timed workouts (though it’s odd that a 12min workout is always like 13+ but whatever) I like this app because it’s quick and encourages me to “do something” everyday even if it’s not the most complete training program, and that’s where I’m at in my journey. There is a propensity for random workouts to have back to back of the same exercise, which I hate, but have also come to value as it shows me I usually have more to give than I thought. Things I would like to improve. -Allow me to hard press (or another method) on exercises and let me remove them from randomization. After an injury you might need to avoid some movements. -Allow me to add a custom exercise to the mix. For instance add pull ups or rows, since I have the equipment. I know there won’t be a cute pictograph with it but that’s ok, I like the audio queues. -Allow me to keep my streak alive when I do another workout (like run, swim)
  • Good start would love a few additions

    By Lotusdancer19
    I use the design your own workout function on this app & I find it easier to use than other similar applications and I like the interface overall. I find it motivating to get certain things done daily and even make progressively harder workouts. However I would like to see more variety of exercises able to be added to the workouts. Or variations (ex narrow squats vs wide squats, front lunge vs back lunge or walking lunge). It would be nice if maybe we could have some yoga or stretching add it in as well. And it would be nice to be able to have pauses or transitions (standing to floor, etc) added into the custom workout so you have a moment to get in position for the next movement without rushing and compromising form.
  • Great app!

    By Firesilk
    I really like this app! I work out at home using insanity and other work out DVDs but I tend to get bored doing the same thing. This app is great because it encourages me to keep the streak going and it mixes everything up!
  • Good potential but currently very limited

    By Adar Zahn
    The app has a nice clean look and its Apple Watch Functionality is solid. It really needs to be updated greatly to be more useful. - Currently custom WorkOuts will not display in the Apple Watch which makes it all but useless to me. - It should operates like the similar Streaks App, where you can select from numerous icons and label the icon accordingly. Hopefully this will be included in a future update... Not worth the 4.00 dollars currently...
  • Android support

    By OMJ170
    I own android and iOS. I want this app for both. Thanks
  • To-the-point everyday workouts

    By Hunter Holder
    Very simple, streamlined interface. You just select the amount of time you’d like to work out, and then start doing it. It doesn’t really need to be any more complicated than that. But if you want to customize things, you can do things like exclude certain exercises or create your own custom sets and times. The main thing I can see to improve is just more workouts, and maybe have support for integrating things like dumbbell exercises into routines.
  • Workout sync

    By izenme
    Unless I’m missed the setting there no way to sync workouts between Apple TV and the iOS app. Is this supported?
  • This App!!!!

    By loveninjajump4
    I love this app cause it’s a surprise and it’s “fun”/ exciting to see what workout is next, which really motivates me. You can go from complex to a simple one or two exercises. I also love that you can customize/make your own workout or follow and already made one.
  • Many apps no sync

    By Dub
    I just realized after 4 days of using the app on my watch, it doesn't really register steaks. That is, not on the phone. I turned on the Apple TV app to see if it was keeping track, no dice. It has the ability to log in users, but I can't see if it is tracking across devices. If anyone from the company wants to set me straight, feel free, but there are really bad workout apps that actually do sync. This here is a basic workout app that wastes potential in both you and its own app suite.
  • Excellent Bones for a Revolutionary Workout App, but Needs Refinement

    By MicahOwens
    This app is incredibly well-designed and has great UX and UI, but suffers from its simplicity. In my use-case, the number of available exercises is just too small. Personally, I would love to use the app to design my own yoga flows (something that seems like it fits perfectly with the app design/concept), but there are almost no yoga exercises included. At minimum, I would love to see an option to create a custom exercise (even if it just has a title instead of an animation). Also, as others have mentioned, I think the ability to choose the order and duration of exercises is a must, as its very easy for exercises that attack the same muscle group to happen right after each other randomly. Keep up the good work!