Vizer is an app rewarding exercise to build a healthier and stronger community -
one workout and one meal donation at a time. Help fight food insecurity and
download Vizer today! -- Step One: Sweat You choose your activity challenge
each day - either to walk 10,000 steps, accumulate...
Great and huge potential!
I love the mission behind the app and how the users know the partner company (Chobani for example) that is providing the meal to the food distributed (Feeding America for example). I would like to know more information about how this works and also more information about the background of Vizer. In terms of how the app functions, I would like to see a broader range of gyms you partner with. I live in a small town so I understand why my small gym doesn’t show up on your radar. I also don’t have a FitBit or Apple Watch so I’m using the app solely off my phone tracking steps which works well enough. However, I get 30 active minutes almost every day but I’m not able to donate a meal that much because the current range doesn’t accept my gym as a partner and tracking active minutes with my current platform isn’t feasible. All in all, I have the capability to be donating a lot more meals and I would love to do so! I would to see a way for your team to expand these options!
Helps my community & holds me accountable!
Vizer is such a simple addition to an active lifestyle. Even better, it costs you no money, just sweat! I love that you now have the option to either hit 10k steps or 30 active minutes a day to donate a meal. This app definitely holds me accountable with working out knowing that my workouts help feed people in my community. I’ve never redeemed my rewards but it’s so great to see small businesses in San Diego supporting this cause! The app itself is very straightforward, user friendly and has seamless integration with Apple Watch. I just wish there was some sort of daily push notification reminding me to log.
Awesome App- Wish the Meal Donation felt more personal
I love this app and this concept. I live in TX but not being able to qualify for the local rewards stuff still isn’t a problem for me. What I wish this app had was the ability to make you feel a little more connected to the meal you “donated”? Maybe additional information of how many meals were also donated that day would help? It would be cool to know what the meal was if that makes sense? It’s hard to remember to log my workouts because I’m still struggling to make the connection that by working out I am helping donate a meal. Anything that pulls back the curtains for us a little would be so meaningful. Regardless, I believe as this app grows in popularity it will have a lot more features. I’m excited to see the growth of this app.
I initially downloaded the app purely for the concept, which is unique and inspiring on its own. I feel so much better about my workouts knowing I’m also helping make a difference by donating a meal to those in need. I didn’t realize there was more to the app like getting rewarded by businesses as well. Unfortunately, there are no businesses in my area at all that are involved at this point, so I have been unable to test that part out. I am still using the app for the sole reason I downloaded it: to donate meals after a workout. I wish that the app could sync up to past workouts in case I forget to log onto the app that day and donate. I also hope they build more relationships with businesses all over.
Great program for the community and me
Vizer is an innovative app that allows me to be “awarded” for daily exercise while being rewarded by sponsoring meals through generous donors for hungry people in my community. It requires nothing more of me other than logging in so the Vizer system syncs with my health tracker each day. If I walk 10,000 steps or exercise 30 minutes, a meal is donated! It is motivating for me to get moving and I love seeing the daily total of meals donated! And at one time, when I had a problem with the site not syncing, I notified the developers and they fixed it within 48 hours. I wish everyone would sign onto Vizer!*
Vizer makes doing good things easy
If you’re already working out, this is a no-brainer. 30 minutes of tracked activity allows you to donate a meal to someone in need. If you aren’t working out yet, this may offer you just the motivation you need. All you need to do is track 30 minutes of activity, advisor allows you to donate a sponsored meal to someone in need. It doesn’t need to be running or walking, although 10,000 steps will automatically qualify you to donate that meal. It’s just 30 minutes of any tract activity via Apple Watch or other activity tracker.
“No Brainer” way to give back
I am enjoying using the Vizer App because it’s a “no brainer” way to give back. I’m already working out everyday, and tracking my progress on my Apple Watch watch. It only takes a few seconds to sync with my watch and donate a meal to someone who needs it. All by hitting 10, 000 steps or doing a 30 minute work out. The added bonus is that you feel good for working out and also giving back. You have an added incentive to hit those goals because you know someone else will benefit. It’s a win win!
Download and donate!
It’s that EASY! I can’t think of a better way to motivate yourself to continue to live a healthy lifestyle by exercising 30 minutes per day or getting 10k steps and donating a meal to our local foodbank. I’ve been using this app since March after hearing about it through OTF. Seeing my meal donations add up, is positive reinforcement to keep moving! Looking forward to redeeming my food reward points too! Congrats on hitting over 175k meal donations! That’s a huge impact and needed during these trying times! Congrats on expanding your circle of influence nationwide too!
Great App/Some improvements needed
I love this app, especially great for my active lifestyle. I would really love to see a connection with Garmin since I have a watch and use that to track all of my exercises. My Garmin does connect to Apple Health, but always seems to glitch (steps are never accurate and 30 minutes workouts don’t convert under the same label). I have done multiple 30 minute runs, but don’t hit 10,000 steps so my activity is not counted. Yesterday I hit about 11,000 steps on my Garmin, but Apple Health only had 9,700 so I had to walk around my apt to hit the last 300. That’s my only complaint. Otherwise I am satisfied.
Concept great need to work bugs out
My friend asked me to download this app as his college friends developed it, I believe. The concept of donating meals for working out sounded great...why not, right? Two issues I have: 1) you have to open the app every day for ur “movements” to register and 2) I use a Garmin and the link up with Apple Health was no accurate at all. For instance yday I took 20k steps and it only captured 9.5k so no meal was donated. I passed this feedback on to my friend who in turn sent it to the developer and i know they know of the issues and are feverishly working to make the app better and more user friendly. I remain a user and guinea pig and hope the kinks are worked out
Good for you, good for the community!
I downloaded this app because I was looking for an easy way to give back to the community and it’s perfect! After signing up for free, I stick my phone in my pocket and it does everything else. I feel really good about accomplishing my goal at the end of the day and having a meal donates has surprisingly been really motivating for me to take multiple long walks per day. Definitely get this app! You’ll feel like a better human at the end of each day.
I think this is a great concept to do some good with activity most of us are likely already doing, and the app is straightforward in use. However, as others have said it would be cool to get more information about the donations like which food banks they’re going to. Also, every time I try to nominate my local gym to join as a partner in the app, the submit function never works. I start typing the name and it appears in the auto fill, but when I click on it it doesn’t work. I think this is a bug that needs to be fixed, or I need another way to suggest a gym.
Motivated.... You bet! How about you?
Have you been looking app that motivates you to get in shape, or just workout for 30 minutes everyday. Have you been looking for a way to donate meals to those in need? Well lucky for us the Vizer app does both. I absolutely LOVE that for every 30 minute workout I do or I get 10,000 steps in my day that a meal will be donated to those that are need of it. Thank you to Vizer app for making this possible and for me ready to get in shape. God Bless and lets “make hunger sweat”!
Such a great concept!
Love this app and being able to give back to my community by simply working out. Who needs more motivation than that to get moving?! One feature that would be helpful is a push notification from the app when you’ve hit a goal asking if you want to donate. I’ve met my goal almost everyday since downloading the app, but I’ve definitely forgotten to date on a few occasions. A friendly reminder would be great!
I’ve been using the app for well over a month now, and it is so motivating to workout, because I know that once I finish, I will be able to help combat hunger in America! The app is so easy to use. The only thing I wish they had on the app was a reminder to notify you when you have an available meal to donate, because sometimes I forget to go into the app after a workout. Overall, I LOVE Vizer and highly recommend downloading it!
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