Managing your long-term fitness progress is difficult. Fitness Totals simplifies it by emphasizing weekly, monthly and yearly activity totals. Stay motivated by comparing your progress to last week, last month and last year!

  • Compare: Easily compare weekly, monthly, yearly, and all-time totals for steps, running, cycling and over a dozen other fitness activities.

  • Widgets: Glance at your progress with customizable iOS 14 widgets.

  • Themes: Beautiful in both light and dark mode

  • Custom Icons: 14 alternate app icons

  • Share: Let others in on your fitness totals with simple sharing

  • Privacy: Your health data never leaves your phone.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you handle my data?

Fitness Totals can only access your health data after you have explicitly given us access. You can always revoke that access within settings.

We store and calculate your data within the Fitness Totals app on your phone. Your health data never leaves your phone.

We don’t record any usage data.


Which activities are supported?

  • Steps

  • Standing

  • Walking/Running

  • Exercising

  • Cycling

  • Cycling (Workout)

  • Indoor Cycling (Workout)

  • Outdoor Cycling (Workout)

  • Flights Climbed

  • Resting Calories Burned

  • Active Calories Burned

  • Wheelchair Pushes

  • Wheelchair Distance

  • Swimming Strokes

  • Swimming Distance

  • Downhill Snow Sports

  • Walking (Workout)

  • Running (Workout)

  • Hiking (Workout)


Why doesn't my activity from other apps show in Fitness Totals?

It can! But only if the other app syncs data back to the Apple Health app.

What is the difference between “Cycling” and the “(Workout)” cycling data?

All data is pulled from the Apple Health app and “Cycling” has a special category in the Apple Health app. The “(Workout)” cycling data is also pulled from the Apple Health app, but from a different place. Cycling workouts are logged either from an Apple Watch or an app that supports workouts for cycling. In some cases an app might not log data as a cycling workout, but just as cycling - in that case the data will show up under “Cycling” and not under a cycling workout. For some reason it seems that the Apple Health app does not merge the non-workout and workout data. For now we display both the workout and non-workout data for cycling as we cannot be sure that all users will have apps that log cycling data as workouts. If you aren’t getting anything to show up in the non-workout “Cycling,” feel free to disable that from showing up in the settings.

Why doesn’t an activity have any data when I know it should?

Apple takes your privacy seriously, so we don’t know if you’ve allowed or denied permission for a given activity in the Health App. If something is showing up without any data, but you know it should have data please make sure the Health App allows Fitness Totals to access the data. Details on how this can be done are available via this Apple support link.

If after following the above steps your data still does not show up please reach out to us via the “Send Feedback” option in the app settings.