Global health and fitness company Sweat based in Adelaide, South Australia has been named the ‘Apple TV App of the Year’ in Apple’s ‘Best of 2018’ list – a global collection of apps and chart toppers that have shaped culture and entertainment around the world.
Recently, we reported on Sweat app being available via Apple TV (read story here). Now, with a growing community of over 40 million women, Sweat continues to pioneer the online health and fitness space and improve access to better health for women around the world. This latest recognition from Apple is a testament to the company’s commitment to provide users with more choice in how and where they work out.
“Sweat is striving to become the world’s largest digital gym and we are continuously focusing on providing our users with innovative solutions to their health and fitness needs,” said Sweat Founder and CEO, Tobi Pearce.
“We are thrilled to receive this recognition and to be listed as one of Apple’s best apps in 2018. By giving users access to our app through Apple TV, we provide a fitness experience which allows women to train with flexibility and in the comfort of their own home. This is so important to women, and we know that. Additionally, we know at Sweat, fitness is social. Being able to utilise our app on the big screen means our users can workout with friends or fitness partners. This helps drive and motivate our users to succeed,” Mr Pearce said.
This prestigious acknowledgement comes only months after the launch of the Sweat app on the Apple TV platform, highlighting the quick uptake of the new platform by Sweat users and the impact it has had in the global health and fitness space.
The Sweat App is translated into eight different languages and is available in 155 countries from the Apple App Store and can be downloaded for $19.99 per month or $119.94 per year.
More about Sweat
Sweat is the world’s largest platform for women’s health and fitness, offering women around the world the best advice, education and workouts to support them on their journey. Sweat currently reaches a community of over 40 million women around the world, providing access to over 400 recipes and 1000 exercises. For more information, visit: sweat.com.