Mobile app for wger Workout Manager
wger is a free, open-source flutter application that manages and tracks/logs
your exercises and personal workouts, weight, and diet plans. This is the mobile
app written with Flutter, it talks via REST with the main server.
If you want to contribute, hop on the Discord server and say hi!
Alternatively, you can use one of our test servers, just ask us for access.
Install Flutter, and all its dependencies, and create a new virtual device:
The app currently uses flutter 3.3
Create a new file
To just run/develop the app it only needs to have any value for WGER_API_KEY, but
you need a correct value if you want to register via the app. For this, you need
to allow (a probably dedicated) user on the wger server to register users on its
behalf. For this, generate an API KEY by visiting http://localhost:8000/de/user/api-key
on your local instance and then run
python3 manage.py add-user-rest the username
You can later list all the registered users with:
python3 manage.py list-users-api
Start the application with
flutter run or use your IDE
(please note that depending on how you run your emulator you will need to change the IP address of
You can run the tests with the
Translate the app to your language on Weblate.
Feel free to get in touch if you found this useful or if something didn’t behave
as expected. We can’t fix what we don’t know about, so please report liberally.
If you’re not sure if something is a bug or not, feel free to file a bug anyway.
- Discord: https://discord.gg/rPWFv6W
- Issue tracker: https://github.com/wger-project/flutter/issues
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/wger_project
The application is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License 3 or later
(AGPL 3+) with an app store exception.
As additional permission under section 7, you are allowed to distribute the
software through an app store, even if that store has restrictive terms and
conditions that are incompatible with the AGPL, provided that the source is also
available under the AGPL with or without this permission through a channel without
those restrictive terms and conditions.
The initial exercise and ingredient data is licensed additionally under one of
the Creative Commons licenses, see the individual exercises for more details.