All-in Yoga: Written iPhone App Review
If you’re looking for a new way to work yoga into your life, you are in luck. The new All-in Yoga app for iPhone comes to us from Arawella Corporation, and it’s as all-inclusive as it gets when it comes to fitness apps for yoga.
The All-in Yoga app gives users access to a huge database of moves, pre-created programs, high quality video demonstrations and even audio-guided classes. This app is all things yoga, complete with soothing tracks and breathing exercises.
This app breaks workouts up into groups of difficulty, meaning there’s something for everyone here in this app, from beginners to self-proclaimed gurus. I reviewed the low-cost general version of the app, and found it feature rich, easy to use, and extremely clear and informative. There are options to upgrade the app to a premium subscription and even a personal-trainer option, where the professionals behind the app put together a program just for you.
While the upgrades do come with some perks, such as the ability to add your own poses to the app data base, send them to friends and add more music tracks, I believe the main version of this app is wonderful, still full of fun features and a great resource for anybody thinking about adding a little yoga to their lives.
Layout & Design:
The All-in Yoga app may have a bit of a feminine feel, but, trust me, the moves in this app are enough to get anybody of any gender sweating. That being said, the pink on pink theme of this app is pretty cute. Accessing videos and turning on the music during a program can be a bit confusing, and you must be careful that you don’t accidentally exit a program and lose your progress. I also found the interface a bit unresponsive at times. Otherwise, I don’t have any huge problems with the look and feel of All-in Yoga. Additional content they offer can be found at these two links:
As I mentioned earlier, while the $.99 version of the All-in Yoga app is pretty great, those wishing to dig a little deeper or get more features can upgrade with a subscription or sign up for a personal trainer. The personal trainer is a bit pricy at $49.99, but upgrading to premium for a year costs $19.99. I still think the average user can get optimal benefits from this app at just the main download price.
That being said, I did find myself wishing for one extra feature in this app. Instead of just walking you through with a timer and a pose name, I wish the All-in Yoga app had an option to actually walk you through a routine’s set of videos automatically. It would drastically improve the quality of this app. Just a thought!
All-in Yoga iPhone app requires iOS 4.1 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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