PushUp+ Handsfree Rep Counter

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About this app

Conveniently track push ups without having to do anything! PushUp+ uses your phone proximity sensor (if supported) to count your reps, sets, and averaged times. This app is not only limited to push ups, and can be used in other workouts too!

★ Proximity or touch modes.
★ Graded session performance.
★ Statistical chart visuals of past session data.
★ Audible sound plays for event feedback like completing a rep or set.
★ Log of the total number of completed reps.

Place phone on floor of desired workout area so that the proximity sensor (usually on front next to phone speaker) aligns with your forehead. The phone can be in any orientation as long as the proximity sensor is aligned under your forehead. When doing a push up, you must be within range of the proximity sensor.

Due to the multitude of different phone specs and capabilities, proximity tracking may not work on all devices. Some devices have low range sensors, or even no sensor at all. Don't worry, touch mode is available to make sure this app will work for everybody.

Support this app for future development by purchasing a license within the app. This also removes ads!
Updated on
Dec 12, 2016

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25 reviews
A Google user
April 27, 2020
Works as described but too unreliable on the Pixel 4 XL unless I almost touch the floor with my nose right above the sensor. Is it possible to 1) add a setting for the distance from the proximity sensor so we can tweak the sensitivity and 2) add an upside down mode so that I don't have to accidentally constantly touch the phone with my lips?
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Hemraj Kerkar
November 18, 2021
Useless.. doesn't work
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A Google user
October 7, 2017
It's OK. It was something I was looking for however, I don't really like at all the fact you swap app for example music to change track, and when you come back, all the progress was lost. As well it's cool the first time to put the repeat number with the slide bar but could be more effective to click on the number and write the number by yourself as well. If you make those two changes I will change to 5 stars
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