Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) June 02, 2014 -- Amanda Smith, a promising young Australian entrepreneur, is in the news. Accolades have been pouring in for the all-new FitTube mobile app that she has launched at the stores. Within three days of becoming available, FitTube has broken into the top-100 list of mobile applications - and initial reviews have been excellent.
For creating FitTube, Amanda had hired the services of Teknowledge Software - a well-recognized international mobile apps company. While unveiling the app, she expressed her satisfaction at the quality and holistic nature of services provided by Teknowledge. Right from providing detailed iPhone quotes and sharing app development details, to final-round app testing - the company had lived up to its promises on all counts. The developers at Teks deserve quite a bit of credit for ensuring the success of FitTube.
During her long stint as the Group Fitness Instructor at Fitness First, Amanda has picked up all the nitty-gritty about essential exercises and workouts for maintaining high fitness levels. This, in turn, has helped her specify proper, beneficial, customized features for the FitTube app. On this iOS application, fitness videos can be downloaded (directly from YouTube), saved, and referred to at any time. There are options to select exercises from the sidebar as well. Users can also tap on any portion of the image of the human body in the app - to access exercise videos related to that body part/organ.
An unwavering commitment to quality has helped Amanda taste success with the FitTube application. She has ensured that each of the instructional videos in the app is authentic - and has been approved by professional fitness trainers. Video lessons from health and fitness experts from all over the world have been included in FitTube - so that people can follow exercise routines that would be most convenient for them.
The user-friendly mobile app development framework implemented in FitTube has been singled out for praise by reviewers as well as general users. The developers at Teknowledge Software (as per Amanda's requests) have put in customized folder-creation options in the app, along with the facility to bookmark fitness videos in the app cache. The app also comes with text search features. According to Amanda, every individual should be able to follow their own weekly fitness routines - and FitTube offers exactly that option.
Amanda is confident about the iPhone fitness application being able to maintain its high level of buzz over time. Till date, almost all the feedback she has received have been positive - and the download figures from iTunes have been impressively high. Amanda is also keeping touch with the app development team at Teknowledge - for planning upgrades in future. The bug-free assurance of FitTube has contributed to its popularity too.