Want to build a personal trainer mobile app?

Home workouts have never been more popular, and as a result, the demand for personal trainer apps is skyrocketing.

Available for Apple iOS and Android devices.

Engage with your users like never before.

Key personal trainer app features to include:
  • Authentication
  • Personal user profile
  • List of workouts
  • List of diets
  • In-app purchase to unlock premium content: Let the users sample your personal training content, and then have the premium content behind an in-app purchase paywall
  • Real-time Chat: Provide 121 chats with your premium customers to provide extra value by answering their questions directly
  • Search function to find your workout session
  • Custom design: Design the app the way you want leveraging the full design power of Figma
  • Push notifications

Why create your personal trainer app with Bravo Studio?

Since 2019, thousands of users all around the world have used Bravo Studio’s technology to build their no-code native mobile apps. We believe that design should never be compromised, and that’s what sets us apart from the traditional ‘app builder.’ Bravo Studio offers full design flexibility with Figma or Adobe XD, as well as premium features like in-app purchases and real-time chat.

How to create your own Fitness App step by step.

Building a fitness app with Bravo Studio is easy. You just need to decide whether to go with Figma or Adobe XD for your designs, define a user flow, prioritize functionalities and kick off your Bravo project. You’ll have your app published in the stores in no time. 
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Define the features

The first thing you need to do is understand how these apps work. We strongly advise you to go through Google Play or the App Store and search for restaurant apps. Download a couple of them, play around and see what they have to offer. Look for bright ideas and note them down. Then, add the ideas you had according to your customers wants and needs. Once you have this list, try choosing the top 3 features for your app. Those will be the core of your first release. If in doubt, you can use the Impact-Effort matrix to try and organize them. The features with higher impact and lower effort are the ones you should start building right away.
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Design your fitness app

Once you have your features ready, you’ll have to kick off your UX design. That’s to say, define your app’s architecture. What Is the user flow going to be like? How many screens will the app have? 

Once your app’s skeleton is ready, you can move on to UI design and get your branding out there. You can add some animations if you feel like it. The key here is to develop a system and stick to it so that your app looks nice and tidy. 

For this design phase, you can work with Figma or Adobe XD. Once your design is ready, you'll be halfway to having your app ready!
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Don’t forget to test with your users

Once you have imported your design to Bravo Studio and it’s almost ready to go, you might want to run a couple of tests with a couple of brief meetings with users that belong to your target audience. You can easily do this by sharing your app via Bravo Vision previewer app. This will help you gain fresh feedback and go through one last iteration.

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