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This can mean many things, here is what I have in mind:

If I use an Eliptical trainer, I want to log all the settings before I start. Similarly afterwards, I might want to capture several parameters. Sometimes it could be nice with photos (of the display).

I need timestamps for start/finish.

Next time I do come to same machine, I would like to see what I have done there previously.

In practice, I guess we are talking mobile app + web site - There seems to be fitness apps around, but they seem to concentrate on other areas. (I use Android).


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closed as primarily opinion-based by Kate, FredrikD, Lego Stormtroopr, Matt Chan Nov 11 '13 at 1:03

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about product recommendation. – Kate Nov 10 '13 at 18:54
Agree w the off-topic. However, the easiest you can do is to use Evernote or OneNote on your Android. Registration of start/stop can be done through Google Forms, have a link in the note. Add new photos of the display in the same note. – FredrikD Nov 10 '13 at 20:08
It doesn't have to be a product. You could for example send photos "off shore" and have somebody put it in a spreadsheet. Or I might get very far with just a spreadsheet. I am interested in anything that is efficient and "works". – Olav Nov 11 '13 at 8:05
The guidelines says "purchase recommendation" is off topic, so free apps should be OK. (I have adapted the question) – Olav Nov 12 '13 at 9:31