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Your fitness dashboard for Apple Health app!
FitPort reads your health and fitness data from the Health app (HealthKit), and shows them in a beautiful and useful way!
* iPhone 5s or above Recommended



FitPort shows you the following data from the Health app (HealthKit).
You can input your data manually, and the data is stored securely in the Health app.

iPhone App:

- Steps
- Walking + Running Distance
- Flights Climbed (Floors)
- Cycling Distance
- Workouts (Read only)
- Exercise Minutes (Read only)
- Active Energy
- Exercise Minutes (Read only)
- Stand Hours (Read only)
- Wheelchair Distance
- Wheelchair Pushes
- Swimming Distance
- Swimming Strokes
- Resting Calories (BMR)
- NikeFuel (Read only)
- Dietary Calories
- Water
- Weight
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Body Fat Percentage
- Lean Body Mass (LBM)
- Heart Rate (Read only)
- Blood Pressure
- Sleep Analysis
- Mindful Minutes
- Waist Circumference (iOS 11)
- VO2 max (iOS 11)

Apple Watch App:

- Steps
- Walking + Running Distance
- Active Energy



iPhone App:

- Displays your fitness data from Apple's Health app
- Hourly/daily/weekly graph
- Shows previous data
- Shows your stats
- Sets goals and monitor your progress
- Change layouts (Auto / Grid / List)
- Change units
- Shows Steps and Walking + Running Distance automatically (iPhone 5s and above)
- Shows Flights Climbed automatically (iPhone 6 and above)

Apple Watch App:

- Shows Steps, Distance, and Active Energy
- You can see the last 7 days of data in a graph by turning the Digital Crown.
- Complications (Steps only)


FitPort does not create any data. It simply reads data from the Health app.


iPhone 5/5c LIMITATION:

iPhone 5/5c don't have M7/M8/M9 motion coprocessor, so those devices don't measure anything automatically.
You can use other HealthKit-integrated apps to send data into the Health app, or you can input data manually in FitPort. Once your data is stored in the Health app (HealthKit), it will be shown up in FitPort.



iPhone 5s can measure Steps and Walking + Running Distance. It doesn't measure Flights Climbed.



Your data is stored in the Health app (HealthKit), and FitPort will never collect your personal health data. See full privacy policy for more details.


What's New

Version 2.2.1

- Minor fixes & improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

55 Ratings

55 Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Visualize your steps, exercise, heart rate
and other health stats in a sleek dashboard.

My Favorite Dashboard


This is what Apple's own Health app should have looked like. I'm beginning to realize that it is less of a dashboard, and more of a synching platform. Health's lack of aesthetics and very limited functionality are completely redeemed in FitPort. I love that I can scrub the data, view it in beautiful details, obtain better insights, and customize my goals. This is what I was expecting out of Health. I love FitPort for that reason—it provides a service that nobody else does: an all-in-one health dashboard.

With that said, I have an iPhone 5, so I haven't tried any of the tracking features. I don't particularly care if this app can track, because so many other apps out there already can.

I can't wait for the deeper insight they promise to bring. FitPort truly fills a niche that is extremely valuable today! Can't wait for more dashboards!

Really well done app- makes Apple health much more useful


I spent a lot of time trying to get all of my health data in one place and Apple health seems like the most reasonable place to do that. The Apple health app is pretty disappointing as far as display and data input, esp since iOS 10 "improved" it.

This app allows me to use one place to input most variables, and see most of the info that I have in Apple health from one source or another. It is the best I can find, and is quite functional.

If I open a single variable I can see additional info like a graph over time.

Three things I that could be improved would be (1) the ability to see graphs of more than variable at a time (such and sleep hours and exercise).
(2) neither Apple health nor this app seem inclined to calculate the BMI for me, even though they have my most recent height and weight. I have to add a BMI data point to get it in there. (3) the heart rate display could be more useful- maybe Ave resting HR (from any measurements between 3 and 5 AM)? The average HRs over the course of the day don't seem as helpful. The max and min are OK, but my Apple Watch puts in occasional low outliers (34?? I wish. More like 60). So, "third lowest" measurement of the day would be more useful than "minimum" to me.


Flask LLP
29.6 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
English, Japanese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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