Apple Fitness+ is officially available for Mac in macOS Monterey! This was a long-awaited feature because it lets Fitness+ users who don’t have an Apple TV watch premium sessions on a bigger screen and therefore have a better workout!
Sadly, macOS does not yet support Fitness+ directly. The Mac App Store does not have a Fitness + application.
Users may now start an exercise on their iOS device and then instantly transfer the music and video to a Mac that supports AirPlay.
The main disadvantage of utilizing Apple Fitness+ with AirPlay is that the data like pulse rate and calories burned are not shown on the Mac, but they are available on an Apple Watch.
With a few exclusions, Apple Fitness+ can be found via the Fitness app on an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV and needs an Apple Watch Series 3 or newer.
How To Watch Apple Fitness Plus On Your Mac
- Using your iPhone or iPad, open the Fitness app.
- In the bottom menu, select the Fitness+ option.
- Choose a workout and get started.
- To wirelessly broadcast audio and video content to your Mac, use the AirPlay feature.
- From the AirPlay list, choose your Mac computer.
Because there is no Workout app for macOS and the program is not accessible on the internet, Apple Fitness+ has not been available on the Mac until now.
In December 2020, Apple released Fitness+, which offers an increasing amount of exercise videos for your viewing. Every week, new programming is released, ranging from relaxing yoga to muscle-building bell exercises.
In the United States, the program costs $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year, and it’s also available in five different nations.
These latest Mac versions operating under macOS Monterey support AirPlay to Mac:
- MacBook Pro (later models)
- MacBook Air (2018 and later)
- iMac (2019 and later)
- iMac Pro (2017)
- Mac mini (2020 and later)
- Mac Pro (2019)