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Apps We Love, Best of 2017 — Apple<br><br>“I have a very busy, sedentary job, so working out seems impossible—but taking even just a quick 30 seconds of stretch or movement via this app is easy and actually a fun break.” — App Store review<br><br>“I’ve gotten more stretch and movement in the middle of my workdays using Wakeout than I’ve had previously.” — App Store review<br><br>Wakeout comes with 1,000+ fun exercises and 270+ routines designed for busy people: right where you are, in 30 seconds, and tailored to your energy level.<br><br>Sitting at your desk at work? Still in bed? On the couch? At the co-working? Wherever you are, you can always squeeze in 30 seconds of exercise to stay active, healthier and happier.<br><br>Have fun staying active!<br><br>¿Questions, ideas, comments or poems? Send us an email to email@example.com<br><br><br>———<br><br>MORE INFO ABOUT WAKEOUT SUBSCRIPTION:<br>- 3-Day Free trial on the monthly plan<br>- Plans are monthly<br>- You'll be billed at the end of the free trial automatically unless you cancel. You’ll receive an email before your trial ends to let you know you'll be billed.<br>- Subscription will auto-renew unless you turn it off in your iTunes account.<br>- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.<br>- You can turn off auto-renew in iTunes<br>- You can cancel up to 24 hours before the next period<br><br>To manage your subscription go to Settings, iTunes and App Store, then tap on your Apple ID, then on Wakeout to manage your subscription.<br><br>Please review our Terms & Privacy here: http://wakeout.co/privacy.html <br><br>Remember, it's your responsibility to stay safe and exercise according to your fitness level.
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The exercises are fun, timely, and appropriate. I haven’t seen any other apps that offer simple “in the moment” exercises geared to the environment I’m usually in - whether it’s getting out of bed or sitting on a couch or in a coffee shop. That being said, the container for these fun exercises is enraging. The UX is truly terrible. Want to change notifications time? Sure! Here you go. We’ll ignore your changes of course, but so what? We know what’s best for you. The music would be good except for the fact that it uses short loops that don’t transition well into each other - very abrupt. Payment? Sure, we promised a 7 day trial period...but unless you sign up for a subscription, good luck with that - the lifetime license I bought was charged immediately (I don’t think there’s any other way to do it, but the developer must make it clear). I don’t think there’s a free trial, nor does my iPhone and iPad sync. Restore purchases? Bwahahaha! Surely you jest. Bottom line: fantastic app brought lower by a dozen paper cuts. And yeah that bilious green color is revolting.
This is the oldest app on my phone. (Even older than facebook) I finally got it to go through on my iPad which make some things so much easier to do some exercises. Over the changes there have been some great changes and not so great. I love the current version. I have a love hate thing for the music but without it I wouldn’t be as happy when I get down. I love the notifications that pop up. I even got the ipad and iPhone set up to go off at different times of the day which is awesome. I did have a free trial and other offers but I was waiting and saving for the lifetime membership. As so those out there that want a free trail don’t sign up for a life time. Life time usually means you’ve already tested it out and really like it. So if your testing this out go with something small until you know for sure that it’s something you’ll love. I love wakeout and their staff. Friendly, supportive and a great app. At least this is my personal opinion.
I had initially had some issues with the app, but the developer was super responsive and the issue was isolated. Since then, I’ve used in several locations and really appreciate the approach and videos. I have a very busy, sedentary job, so working out seems impossible—but taking even just a quick 30 seconds of stretch or movement via this app is easy and actually a fun break. And, I’ve gotten more stretch and movement in the middle of my work days using Wakeout than I’ve had previously. This is not a “serious” workout app—but it isn’t meant to be. It’s meant to get us moving. And it does that well. As noted previously: The interface is clean, you input location and energy level or mood to get an exercise selection (and you can use or scroll through to other exercises once presented with one). There doesn’t seem to be a screen for tracking progress (yet), or a way to mark favorite exercises, although it does tell you how many you’ve completed once you’ve completed a wakeout. So room for improvements, but a great app in this niche.
I sill love the app but it used to take you back to the main screen and show you how much total time you did for that set and a total for the day. Then you could choose to do more. Now you have to set an alarm to do them. Short of me setting alarms every 10 minutes to get several at one time there is nothing else I can do. You can’t even open the app and see anything without a notification being active. I am very disappointed as this app really got me to move more. I wish someone would contact me or reply to my comments. I love this app but since the last update when I finish my first set for the day it freezes and I cannot do anything else. I used to be able to do several sets in a day but no more. I paid for the pro and was wanting my husband to do this also but it is so much more expensive for him to join now. So I will wait and hope there is a fix for my freezing up problem.
I’ll admit it, the monthly subscription is worth it to me for the music alone. It is better than coffee! Don’t ever change the music. I like that the latest update added more workouts, especially discreet ones. One (very) minor complaint: I miss the old bear logo! Yellow was so much brighter and cheerier and appropriate for the morning than green. The new illustrations make the bear look sickly and ill. The old one reminded me of rocket ships and superheroes. I also like that it now has a daily commitment schedule. I only wish it synced across devices! I do my morning exercise on my iPad, but would prefer to use my iPhone at work. Unfortunately, my phone didn’t log the morning routine. I do miss the yellow bear though.
Developed by Andres Canella.
Wakeout! is ranking in Health & Fitness & Productivity
Last update was at Jan 08, 2020and the current version is 40.27.
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