The app is easy to use. The ads are not overly intrusive. The problem is you should have an option to login. As people upgrade their phones almost yearly. It's not great that all the history is wiped out if you aren't aware to download it before turning in your phone
Tried several workout logging apps and this one was the best and most intuitive. However, the exercise database requires a little expansion (which I am sure would happen with time) and support for supersets/dropsets is also needed.
Been using this app several weeks now and can't fault it. It has a range of common exercises (machine, barbell, dumbbell, cable, etc) built in but your own exercises can be added, a simple method to log weight/reps each session, an adjustable timer with alarm to count rest periods, and graphs that show your progress/history. If you want a 'no nonsense' app to track your workouts, this is perfect. I have seen some overly pedantic comments on here about the app (e.g. you can't add a picture of your custom exercise - don't these people know what their own custom exercise looks like? I am sure humans have a thing called "memory" to assist with that.....). I get impression those folks would complain about anything though. Overall, a great free app.
Prone to lock ups. Paid to have adds removed. Gone for a while but now have come back. Dont waste your time
Its great except when I add my own exercizes it shows some random picture. Like my Russian Twist..it shows a sketch of a shoulder press. What's up with that? And I can't chenge it. Other than that it's great.
Workout tracker with many features I do not use. I mostly use it to track the weight and number of reps so I know I am either increasing the number of reps or weight each workout. It also backs up the data and there seems to be good support for the app. I paid to remove the ads and you should too because it's a free app
Bugfix: Fixed a bug that caused new Workouts to disappear when created without a default Program selected.