Get your hands on the latest mobile devices & exercise with Skimble on Labor Day!
Today, AT&T launches its landmark store (10,000 sq ft) located on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, IL. If you’re in the area, check out the beautiful flagship store and head over to their Lifestyle & Fitness area…it features Skimble’s Workout Trainer app on their latest devices:
Skimble’s Workout Trainer app has just launched on Kindle Fire and the Amazon Appstore!
Workout Trainer for Amazon Appostore includes that same great multimedia fitness coaching experience that has helped improved the lives of millions of its members.
Of course, Skimble services are synchronized across Kindle Fire, Android phones, iPhones and iPads! If you have multiple supported devices, make sure to log in to Workout Trainer with your Skimble account information to enjoy your exisiting workout experience on each device!
Furthermore, Skimble is one of the first to go live on Amazon Appstore with seamless in-app and subscription billing as Bloomberg, TechCrunch, Mashable, USA Today and more report.
For those of you who are new the the Kindle Fire, check it out here — it’s pretty nifty!
Happy New Year! Skimble’s certainly been thinking about 2012 resolutions and how we can help you live healthier. Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of workout PROGRAMS available in the latest Workout Trainer app in the Android Market and App Store! As the name suggests, programs help you achieve your fitness goals with step-by-step 2-6 week action plans packed with our signature follow-along multimedia workouts.
As always, Skimble’ workout programs have been carefully developed by expert personal trainers and health coaches. They can be customized to fit your busy schedule including the time of day you’d like to work out and the days you can work out. The programs currently cost between $4.99-$14.99, which is a steal compared to about $100/hr for an in-person Personal Trainer. Please try one today and let us know what you think!
For more information about our launch, check out the full press article released on TechCrunch today.