Holistic Health: A Look at Trends in Fitness and Wellbeing Apps

We’ve been learning a lot about the fitness and wellbeing industry, and how apps and software can be used to enhance people's ability to become healthier in a holistic way, not just through physical activity, but good mental wellbeing practices too!


Published by Hamish Kerry


Here at Arch, we love designing and developing software for the Fitness and Wellbeing Industry. Over the last 12 months, we've developed a number of successful apps and platforms, these include the Getahead Mindset app, Quiten, NHS, Radaar, as well as the upcoming launch of Sweaty Gamer.

For Arch, creating technology that helps consumers overcome real-world problems is the kind of goal we aim for in our creations, and this is where hopefully you fit in. We've written a succinct white paper on the advantages of having a strong digital offering for companies in the fitness and wellness sector.

The information below should provide you with a few fresh ideas and demonstrate our commitment to the field of fitness and wellbeing technology as well as how we can assist you in the design and development of new, innovative products in this space. 




Key Takeaways

We’re at a really exciting time in the development of fitness and wellbeing apps. COVID 19 has fuelled a surge in market interest for personalised, non traditional fitness services, diversifying traditional user group markers and paving the way for sustainable market growth over the coming years. If you'd like to learn more about how we can assist in engaging new audiences through the design and development of a fitness and wellbeing app, give us a call or drop us an email. We'd love to hear from you. 


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