How to stop Fitness+ login ads on your Apple Watch and iPhone

Apple Fitness Plus is a great service for staying in shape as it offers a growing list of workouts you can do in the comfort of your own home. But not all iPhone and Apple Watch users are interested in becoming a Fitness Plus subscriber. However, Apple will regularly encourage them to sign up by sending ads to their devices via notifications.

If the barrage of requests to sign up for the Fitness Plus service is annoying you, there is an easy way to get rid of Fitness Plus notifications. You can still log in whenever you decide to upgrade your workout routines, but you won’t have annoying spam ads on your devices in the meantime.

Apple recently announced the inclusion of kickboxing in Apple Fitness Plus, which may interest some iPhone and Apple Watch users. The app offers over 3,500 workouts, so there’s plenty of stuff to choose from. The best part is that the workouts come with videos where trainers guide you through the exercises.

Even if you don’t plan to become a paid subscriber, you can try Apple Fitness Plus for free when you purchase qualifying devices like iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. You can cancel the service before the subscription expires.

Apple Fitness Plus will cost you $9.99/month or $79.99 annually. An Apple One Premiere subscription priced at $32.95/month bundles all of Apple’s services together and saves you money.

Now that you know what Apple Fitness Plus has to offer and what it costs, you should also know how to turn off the notifications in order to subscribe to the service. After all, they are very annoying if you are not interested in trying the service.

How to Disable Apple Fitness Plus Ads/Notifications on iPhone. Image source: Zach Epstein, BGR

The good news is that disabling these Fitness+ pop-up ads is easy, and all you need is your iPhone to hand. Go to settings > notifications > fitness and then tap Fitness notification settings. On the next screen, turn off offer notifications. That’s all you have to do and the Apple Fitness Plus signup notifications will stop.

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You can still subscribe to the service whenever you want, as the above procedure only disables the periodic ads that Apple sends you using notifications.

Finally, there’s one more Fitness Plus notification you might hate, whether you subscribe or not. It’s the Daily Coaching Prompts that remind you it’s time for your next practice. Fortunately, you can turn off these notifications. Go to settings > notifications > fitness on your iPhone and turn it off Daily coaching.