Talking Bear is a talking app, rich actions, funny animation and more.
Talking Bear can repeat everything you say with a funny voice. You can pet him, poke him.
Enjoy hours of fun and laughter with Talking Bear. He is especially fun for children of all ages.
How to play:
- Talk to Bear and he will listen and repeat everything you say with a funny voice.
- Sliding around, he will show funny action.
- Poke his head, belly or feet.
- Press icons let him play.
- Take a photo.
- Make your own video for Talking Bear.
- Play puzzle game with different pictures, photos.
Strength doesn't have the fluff or extraneous features of other workout trackers. It exists to replace the pencil and paper workout tracking method and makes it easy for you to build your next workout routine. Strength is focused, simple, and easy to use, and it will help you accomplish your training goals.
Also, Strength syncs your workouts to Google Fit so you can view aggregate fitness data!
Currently supported routines:
Jason Blaha's Ice Cream Fitness,
Couch to 800, 5k, 10k,
and your requests!
Here's how it works: You pick one of the proven routines built in to Strength. You input a recent RM, PR, or just a challenging set for all of the exercises of your chosen routine. If you don't know, you can go to the gym and find out or enter a conservative guess.
Strength does the rest, building out your entire routine for you and taking out the guesswork. Strength makes it easy for you to track your progress, see what your next workout is, track weight, reps, sets, and rest time in the gym, and stay organized. Strength keeps track of where in your workout your are so you don't have to. It calculates how much weight you should be lifting per set so you don't have to do calculations while you're in the gym. Strength even lets you track multiple routines simultaneously, and then syncs all of your workouts to Google Fit so that you have records of your workout time history all in one place.
NOTICE: To continue receiving updates during the Google Fit Developer Challenge judging period (until March 11th), join the Strength Beta group here: http://goo.gl/2iiqx4 and follow the instructions in the link.
• Up to the minute ETAs for all buses tracked by the University of Rochester
• Find closest stop to your location
• Search for any stop on any UR route
• Swap between routes to see the ETAs for several buses coming to the same stop (like Rush Rhees)
• Use the star to add favorites to your favorites drawer
• Tap the bell to pin an ETA notification to you status bar so you can do other things and not miss your bus
• ETA fallback system to get arrival times from the permanent schedule if the tracking system glitches
• Faster than Transloc or opening a schedule PDF
Tell your friends!
THIS APP IS IN BETA. Please leave plenty of time for travel and don't rely on this app or the (notoriously unreliable) buses to get you where you need to be in a hurry.
The referenced study used more than a million PCI procedure datapoints collected in the CathPCI Registry to build a 10 factor bleeding risk model. The NCDR data used was quality validated and audited.
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Based on the research published in the following paper:
Sunil V. Rao, Lisa A. McCoy, John A. Spertus, Ronald J. Krone, Mandeep Singh, Susan Fitzgerald, Eric D. Peterson, An Updated Bleeding Model to Predict the Risk of Post-Procedure Bleeding Among Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: A Report Using an Expanded Bleeding Definition From the National Cardiovascular Data Registry CathPCI Registry, JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, Volume 6, Issue 9, September 2013, Pages 897-904, ISSN 1936-8798, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcin.2013.04.016.