The number of free fitness apps has gone down dramatically in the past year, according to a survey of more than 10,000 users.
The most popular apps have all disappeared, including the popular fitness tracker Wahoo Fitness and the app Fitbit.
The survey, conducted by research firm ComScore, found that apps that used data from other people to track your progress and fitness data from websites like RunKeeper have gone down.
The number of apps in the Top Free Fitness Apps list has decreased from 11,927 in August to 10,906 this month.
“Fitness tracking has become the dominant way to get data about your fitness, and it has become so common that the data is becoming so cheap that the people who are using it are finding that it is a better deal than they bargained for,” ComScore’s director of consumer research, Jennifer Stoll, said in a statement.
“This suggests that fitness tracking apps may not be as effective as they once were, or that the quality of data is improving, and this may be one reason why the popularity of the apps has dropped,” she added.
“Many people are now looking for more value in the data that they can get from fitness tracking, but there is also a risk that apps will become so much more valuable than the data they provide.”
While many of the top fitness apps have been removed, some remain.
Wahoo Fitness, the top free fitness app, has seen a slight rise in popularity this year, with more than 1.5 million users, according the survey.
Wahoo has been available in the US for almost a year.
Fitbit is also gaining popularity, with nearly 1 million users.
However, the number of Fitbits being downloaded has decreased in recent months.
In August, Fitbit had more than 7 million users in the United States, but only 2,904 in the week ending August 18.
The company says it has had to scale back its number of users, but Stoll said it is working to restore the app to a position where it can provide a good experience for users.
“We continue to invest heavily in building a strong ecosystem for Fitbit, and we are proud to be the only app in the top 5 that has achieved this feat,” the company said in its statement.
The survey also found that fitness tracker Jawbone has seen its popularity increase, but has also seen its market share decline.
The Jawbone Fitness Tracker was first released in November 2017.
Jawbone said the app has had “great success” and it is continuing to build the Jawbone app for people who want a more personal, personal experience.
In the survey, ComScore found that the popularity and value of fitness tracking software has declined over the past six months, with most of the decline occurring since the start of 2017.
It also found there was a decline in the number and quality of apps that use data from third parties.
The lack of new fitness apps to use has led some to question the quality and viability of fitness data sources.
“There is so much bad data out there,” one survey respondent wrote in a comment thread.
“Why are you still recommending these apps over other companies?”