Centr and Sweat are two fitness apps that are very similar in regards to content and features, however, in our Centr vs Sweat app review we have uncovered the key differences.
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When you dig into Centr and Sweat, they are actually very similar apps with little to choose between them.
Both are founded by famous faces, and gain a little brand kudos as a result. Centr has been created by Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth, while Sweat is founded by fitness influencer Kayla Itsines.
The workout content is also very similar. Both apps have multiple styles of workout available, including HIIT, strength workouts, cardio and Yoga. Sweat, being a workout app specifically for women, also includes post pregnancy workouts, Pilates and Barre routines.
Where the apps really differ is the additional features. Both apps have a nutrition section with healthy recipes, and a calendar to schedule workouts, however the implementation in Centr is much better with more functionality.
In addition to nutrition and the calendar, Sweat also includes some decent progress tracking/achievement features, and a community forum where users can discuss various fitness topics. These features are either lacking or completely missing in Centr.
Both apps require a paid monthly subscription to use, with Sweat coming in the cheaper of the two at $19.99 compared to $29.99 for Centr. Fortunately both have a 7 day free trial to let you try the apps before committing to buy.
Which is better? Centr or Sweat?
Both are great for beginners and advanced users alike, with a good mix of gentle and more challenging workouts available.
Sweat has been built solely for women, so if you want more female specific workouts like post pregnancy and Barre, this app would be your best choice.
If you want a personal-trainer like experience, Centr is an excellent choice. The routines work well with equipment you would find in the gym, and the exercise logging and workout scheduling features are excellent. Plus the functionality in the diet section of the app is so good it will feel like having a nutritionist in your pocket as well.
On the other hand if you are a bit more social in your workouts, the community forum in Sweat is a great place to chat with other users and swap tips and motivational advice.
Read more about Centr in our Centr App Review.
Find out more about Sweat in our Sweat App Review.