When comparing Jefit vs Endomondo, the Slant community recommends Jefit for most people. In the question“What are the best apps to track diet and/or exercise?” Jefit is ranked 2nd while Endomondo is ranked 7th. The most important reason people chose Jefit is:
You can share fitness routines you've created using a vast exercise library or [download routines](http://www.jefit.com/routines) other people have created.
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Pro Create and share routines
You can share fitness routines you've created using a vast exercise library or download routines other people have created.
Pro Find exercises by muscle group
Jefit will offer a vast list of exercises for you to add to your routine based on a muscle group you want to improve.
Pro Can track rest time
Rest time between repetitions can be set. The app will let you know when that time has run out.
Pro Acts like a personal trainer
It pushes you to do more and adjusts what you should focus on. It also times rest periods to keep sessions consistent.
Pro Activity logging
Tracks the days you have worked out and exercises done.
Pro Free version available
Jefit offers a free version as well as this paid version. By offering the free version users can easily use the application though with a few caveats such as in app advertisements and less functionality.
Pro Good statistics
Keeps workout and body information and displays progress over time.
Pro Metric & imperial systems
You can choose to use either kg/cm or lb/inch.
Pro Great graphics quality
Pro Can use data from accessories (Paid Feature)
For those that subscribe to the monthly fee to unlock extra features, you can use data from heart-rate sensors and pedometers.
Pro Motivates by giving optional challenges
Endomondo allows competing with others or setting and reaching personal goals. Winners of challenges get prizes.
Pro Analyzes performance
Performance analysis can be viewed on Endomondo's homepage after a workout.
Pro Generous free version
All the necessary features for a basic fitness app can be used without getting the Premium version.
Pro No need for an Internet connection
Once downloaded an Internet connection is not required, except for social features.
Pro Social features
Show routes of other people nearby. You can issues challenges to your friends, record a motivational speech for them and view their progress.
Pro Tracks distance, duration, avg. speed, avg. pace, calories burned and hydration
Endomondo displays your route using Google Maps and tracks distance, duration, avg. speed, avg. pace, calories burned and hydration. It even tracks what music you listen to while exercising (can be viewed on their website).
Pro Has motivational audio messages
Endomondo can interact with you via audio messages giving reports on progress and encouragement.
Con Confusing UI
Con No integration with FitBit (or any other option to export data)
Con Removed features from paying customers in the past
Endomondo used to be a singular priced upfront paid app with no subscription fee, twice. During the first restructuring, the app was changed on the store, leaving out the people who had paid originally, to then require them to pay again for the new app. After this happened, the app changed again to be free-to-play, dropping features that paying customers had paid for and locking them behind a monthly pay wall. So not only did long time users who paid for the app get ripped off once, if they had paid for the newer paid app, they got ripped off again when the app went free-to-play. This is not a great track record for the service, leaving to question, when is the next restructuring going to happen that may potentially take the money of paying customers without delivering the service promised.
Con History Manage
If for some reason you activity gets duplicated, you have to go one by one to delete them, since there is no bulk erase.
Con Features locked behind paywall
Many features of the app are locked behind a monthly or yearly paywall. A single month subscription is $5.99, while the yearly subscription is $29.99. This may be prohibiting for those that want to track exercise, but do not want to commit to the cost.
Con Works only on outdoor activities
Indoor activities can be logged manually, but the app is created to track outdoor activities.