Does What It's Supposed to Do! This app gives me that mental push in the morning to exercise daily. I love this app and it's very user friendly! Had a little trouble understanding the graph, but figured it out shortly. Keep up the good work Northpark!
Useful but flawed... Does what it says on the tin well, however can have some really strange jumps in expectations which can put you off training. I'd missed training for a month so manually set an easier level. I was doing sets of approximately 7 reps. When I clicked 'too easy' to progress the level it took me to reps of 12 with a final of 16. Not a realistic jump. This could be easily sorted I'm sure.
Been a while I was a small 6th grader and I used all 4 of these apps. Even though I was fed up I kept my head up. The bullies who would pick on me don't no more this app taught me how to exercise. Now I'm bigger than most 12th graders a freshman. Thank you so much.
Simple and Clean (great song) Got me up to 20 solid pull ups (none of them chin ups) last summer. At the start I couldn't even do 1! Does its job and it does it well.
Okay but... The app is great in concept but doesn't work quite right. It fails to count the actual pull ups most of the time but fortunately you can enter the info manually. More importantly, it won't sync with Google Fit the way that it's sister apps will unless you continously reinstall the app. I'm going to get rid of it but I'll keep an eye out for an update.
Restore does the wrong thing Restore clobbers your data instead of merging it. Fails to sync to Google fit (push ups and squats apps do fine )
* Google Fit sync data function added.
* New setting UI style.
* Bug fixes and performance improvements.