Spring - Music for Fitness

Spring - Music for Fitness

By Spring Moves, Inc

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-09-27
  • Current Version: 6.0.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 120.03 MB
  • Developer: Spring Moves, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,999 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Spring - Music for Fitness App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 2,999 Reviews

Spring - Music for Fitness App Description

Spring helps you stay motivated during your workout and coaches you to be a better runner. Sync your footsteps to uplifting, personalized playlists to reach your fitness goal - whether that's running your first 5k, burning more calories, or setting a PR at your next marathon. Featured by Apple as Best New App and Best New Health & Fitness App. Recommended by Women’s Health, LA Times, Elle, Self Magazine & BuzzFeed. - Run Coaching - Spring automatically detects your rhythm and matches the music to your pace. Increase pace, improve form and reduce the risk of injury - Enjoy 100+ hand-curated playlists and stations, sorted by genre, artist & BPM, with new music added weekly - Built-in GPS for distance, pace and calorie tracking - Design your own Interval programs powered by music and tempo Spring is free for the first 7 days with unlimited access to all music and training programs. Should you decide to continue after that, the subscription auto-renews at $69.99 per year, or just $5.83 per month (billed annually). We also offer an auto-renewing monthly subscription at $9.99. Spring Subscriptions ("Spring Plans”) can be cancelled at any time. Terms of Service: http://www.springmoves.com/terms Privacy Policy: http://springmoves.com/privacy ------------ Payments will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Spring Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Accounts will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. You can manage your Spring Subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. With your permission, Spring integrates with Apple’s Health App

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Spring - Music for Fitness App Reviews

  • Love it!

    5
    By dmarie421
    I love the spring app. I have been using it for several years and it keeps improving.
  • Love using this for intervals

    5
    By hanleighw
    I really like using this app for running intervals. It changes the BPM for me so that I don’t have to keep watching the clock!
  • Great App and Customer Service

    5
    By belflower1957
    I have been using this app for a couple of years now and absolutely love it. With the latest update on the Apple iPhone there were some glitches that affected the app. I emailed customer service and they continued working until they found out what the problem was with the GPS tracking. It was fixed in a timely manner and they continue to stay in touch with me while they were working on it. I love the fact that not only does it have walking and running but also interval workouts which are used to keep my 61-year-old heart healthy. The choice of music is great.
  • Highly recommend!

    5
    By Cynt34523
    As a physical therapist, I so appreciate being able to control the cadence and beats per minute for various exercises and activities. When I fractured my ankle, and was finally able to resume activities - I used this app to train with. Having the music match your stride was motivating, and I sincerely think was helpful as I worked to eventually be able to resume running on the treadmill and outside. I also like using the GPS to be able to track my distances and times when outside. I would recommend this highly.
  • Great if you just want to listen to clips of music...

    1
    By themiiniis
    I made my selections and some were decent, based on the bpm. Others weren’t even from categories I chose (Lady Antebellum’s Bartender isn’t hip hop as far as I can tell). When I tried to fast forward I was told I exceeded skips. $80 for what is essentially a music service and I can’t skip multiple songs from artists I dislike. Other apps are free at least and have better and curated playlists. I again gave the app a try today and there was NO audio output. I did some trouble shooting and it was not an issue with my headphones or phone, I played music on other apps after force closing Spring, and when opening Spring again to restart my work out it still had no audio output. Many people talk about how motivating it is to have an appropriate beat with your music while you work out it is quite the opposite to have to stop and wait trying to figure out what is wrong with the app. Also, in none of the times I’ve used the app did the GPS work. I use other running apps that do work, and ensured I force quit Spring to see if it was just a service or phone issue, but it was just a spring issue. I regret this app doesn’t live up to the hype or it’s price tag.
  • Choose a pace and music to match!

    5
    By Blindweaver
    Fabulous app for pacing. I recommend it. Try it, you'll like it!
  • I use this app every day

    5
    By J Flake Snowy Rooster
    Nothing super flashy here, but I’ve literally used this every day since I downloaded it. Training for a marathon, it’s done a great job at giving me hours of music I like at the bpm I want.
  • Wouldn’t get through my workouts without it!

    5
    By CJZ0128
    I love that I can adjust my radio to my steps per minute!
  • Great app for running lots of miles training for a marathon !!

    5
    By jjjjjjjjjjtaylor
    Works great ! No issues at all. Lots of variety :)
  • Best workout music

    5
    By atenner
    I can't recommend Spring enough. I have been using the app for about five years. I love it for my cycling routines. I can adjust that beats per minute to get the workout that I want. It's also great for other cardio and just generally lifting or whatever else you do in the gym. I used to get so bored of my own playlist. Now I have a new one every time.

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