If you think your lower body could use some strengthening--or you just need a good excuse to grunt more often--try Daily Leg Workout. This exercise app for your Android device could be just the thing to get your legs toned, stronger, and feeling more fit.Daily Leg Workout is rated at 4.7 stars in Google Play. It is rated at 3.5 stars in the Amazon Appstore.
Strengthen Your Lower Body
Daily Leg Workout contains two 5- to 10-minute daily leg routines that guide you through 20 great lower body exercises. This workout is developed and demonstrated by a certified personal trainer. Spending just minutes a day can strengthen and tone your legs.
The routine's simple interface, complete with video and timer, allows you to easily follow along and understand each exercise. This full version includes two workouts, landscape mode, randomized features for different daily workouts, and is ad-free.
If you're looking to get your lower body into better shape, give Daily Leg Workout a shot. The only thing you have to lose is the old you!
Daily Leg Workout has 82 ratings in Google Play, so its 4.7 star rating is has a solid sampling. Daily Leg Workout Free has over 1,000 ratings and a 4.6 star rating.
Why, then, the much lower, though not egregiously lower, rating in the Amazon Appstore? If you look at the ratings, there are only 11 reviews overall at the time of this writing. All of the 1-star ratings appear to be joke ratings. At the very least, superman75's, and he 1-star rates every FAOTD, is. The other two complain that this is a "woman's app" because men need work on their belly ... and seem to be joke reviews, too.
Remove those, and the average rating rises to 4.5. Interestingly enough, the FAOTD for March 1 was Daily Ab Workout.
Daily Leg Workout is also in the App Store, selling for $0.99 with a 4.5 star rating.
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Amazon.com opened up the Appstore despite a lawsuit by Apple, which has previously trademarked the term "App Store." Microsoft has filed an appeal against that trademark, saying the term is too generic. Amazon.com has responded to the lawsuit in the same manner.