Fitbit Coach

Last modified
Sunday, April 5, 2020

Description of App

Whether you're already a fitness fanatic or need to shed a few pounds, this finely tuned fitness app helps you craft a personalized workout plan you'll actually want to use. Hosted by Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez, FitStar offers videos that you can watch on your TV via AirPlay, plus fun achievements and social features that motivate you between workouts.



Free or Paid


watchOS Version

OS 2.0.1

Accessibility Comments

This app is fully accessible with VoiceOver.


Fully Accessible

Other Comments

This app was tested on an iPhone 6S Plus running iOS 9.2 and it works great with VoiceOver.


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Submitted by Will on Friday, December 11, 2015

Hi all, whilst I appreciate the app is useable, are the exercise videos explanitory? or, are they stretch like this, pause, now do this, and finish with that? lol. also, what can i do in the fre version?

Submitted by Will on Saturday, December 12, 2015

no offence meant but how do blind people use this app? when i ran the fitness test i just got tony saying do this like that, then when the exercise started of course, it was assumed that you had watched the animation on doing the squats, elbow planks etc. as obviously, the app is designed for sighted people.

Submitted by Khalfan Bin Dhaher on Saturday, December 12, 2015

This app is very accessible and useable with VoiceOver on both iOS and the Apple Watch. Unfortunately, the videos aren't designed for blind users at the moment, but I'll send an email to the developer to make those videos more accessible for blind users. This app is very useful especially when you're bored at home and doing sports. If the app was designed that way and it is fully accessible with VoiceOver, then the app contents must be accessible for everyone. Please feel free to email the developer and post your comments here in order for us to share our thoughts, ideas and suggestions.

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