Fitness statistics appeared in 2020 on iPhone as a valuable way to view your lifetime activity across a dozen categories. Then support for more categories and new comparison features made it even more useful in version 2.0. Fitness Stats is now on iPad, along with a new Today tab and stats for different date ranges.
Independent developer Rahul Matta has launched a new interface Fitness Stats today and shared more details about accessibility on iPad:
I'm excited to announce the release of Fitness Stats on iPad, with a design optimized for a large display. . Like the iPhone app, Fitness Stats on iPad integrates seamlessly with data from the Health app available in iPadOS 17.
Version 2.2.0 also introduces a new “Today” tab that allows you to quickly view your daily stats and be able to “click and expand any stat line to quickly compare it for the current week, month, and year with the last 7, 30 and 365 days.”
If you haven't checked out your fitness stats yet, check out my hands-on experience with the 2.0 core update, it offers a really clear and valuable user interface for understanding your activity stats:
Hands-on: Fitness Stats 2 adds custom averages, comparisons and more to lifetime activity totals
You can download the latest version of Fitness Stats from the App Store with a one-time purchase of $4.99. And if you want to give feedback on Rahul's great work in the indie dev space, you can also make an in-app purchase.