Nice but needs improvements When somebody calls the app resets what you've done so far. Sometimes the badges shown are not accurate at the end of the exercise (3 times the 1000 badge). Otherwise it's good and I use it 3 times a week and it's motivating.
Outrageous thoughtlessness in app design App does not store data in a cloud/does not restore it properly. One power button misclick resets the whole exercise set. The rest of your apps suffers the same problems (push-ups, pull-ups and squats apps). That's the first time I ever give 1 star to any app. I don't even know if you worth the frustration.
Doesn't measure sit ups correctly and doesn't allow for a simpler, manual mode. I don't want to have my device on me or in my hands while performing the exercise!
Frustrating Worked fine. Some annoyingness with how it counts but now I've completed level 1 it won't let me start level 2 even though I have the pro version? Annoying indeed
Totally Flawed Considering most people will have this on a mobile, and the primary use of a phone is to make and take calls, why has the developers blatantly failed to implement software that can account for a call coming through during your work out and allow us to continue on at the end of the call from where you left off instead of disregarding everything and forcing us to redo the lot again just to have it log. What an incentive killer... I just did 90% of my work out took a call now it's not logged or tracked
Handy but with gaps It's a convenient app but it has one major flaw, which is the fact that half of the times the workout is not synchronised to runtastic, and so also myfitnesspal. The second flaw is that, to my knowledge, there is no sync to google fit
New in 1.7:
* Improved stability and some minor bug fixes