By BetterMe Trading Limited
After I saw the price of the subscription I uninstalled the app and it still charged me $60 and I never activated the subscription.
When I was onboarded to this app I clearly said I was working at home. The second day the workouts required equipment I didn’t have. So frustrating. Why not ask what equipment people have? Unless you are going to a gym I would skip this app.
They want you to have a home gym to be able to follow this work out it says work out from home and work out from Jim but they mean either workout at the gym or work out of your home gym so you if you don’t have a home gym don’t waste your money
App does nothing unless you pay $15 a month.
The up is just a list of exercises without a clear plan without interaction, it is a waste of money, I regret to have paid the monthly subscription and not having the first week free trial, I would have save 15 dollars!
App just wants money, you do not get to test the app to see if it is something which would really work for you. Reviews are not promising. Do not trust apps which are 100% pay first. If it was a true help app there would be some kind of test of the app instead of the app just having their hand out. Take caution!!!
I strongly dislike apps that take you through a long process of gathering information and entering it only to find out afterward that it’s going to cost you a monthly subscription. Do these people have so little confidence in their own product that they cannot be upfront with the cost from the beginning? Do they really think that I would want to do business with them when they start out the process deceptively?It’s not that the app costs something. The issue is that they hide that from you until they have gathered information from you. If they were honest and upfront about the fee, I would not even have started the process.
This app is a complete joke and waste of money. Do not spend money on it. Workouts and exercises are shown with improper technique and the “meal plan” is pathetic.
Im 69 the advertising leads you to where you can exercise at home, the majority of them are gym oriented. I thought I try it a month but the sales software takes you to a $69 purchase, feeling swindled and no one to talk about it. Worst experience yet with apps
I have not seen anything in the app that looks like the images used in its marketing. The app may tell you to do a lunge, but unclear on what leg, or if you’re supposed to alternate. Overall, it seems that the majority of the effort was placed into marketing a great fitness app, but the reality is that the app is just not that great.