Super cool app with nice premium extensions. Business model is solid too ... hope people will join but might be a bit too expensive for students(like me). Will definitely try the 7 days free trial and then see if it's worth it
It's better on iOS. The Android version doesn't randomize the workouts, so now I pretty much have the sequence memorized to the point where I don't really need the app anymore. Also, you have to leave the screen on for it to work properly. It would be nice if it would let you skip just one day per week (or better yet, let the user choose how many days they can skip without losing hearts). I find the reminder to be pretty annoying when I've purposely skipped a weekend and am going back to work out the next Monday.
Even in the basic mode with no purchase it makes for a good beginner/moderate work out supplement. In the long term I think the upgrade will be essential to introduce variation. Seems to be going well alongside regular running g work
It's a great app. However, in older version(s) one was able to purchase exercise programs individually. Now however, one has to become a member. It's a setback for those who simply want to do the stuff without being a member of, well, anything. Therefore, one star less.
It's good if u have really less time. It increases Ur stamina. The only bad thing is other exercise r paid one
Only that, I had to start all over again for so many times because I keep losing my hearts. :c Otherwise, it is a good app.
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