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Workouts++ lets you completely customize your Apple Watch workouts to display whatever fitness data you'd like — from a 6 metric display packed with info to a focused single metric display. For each metric you can setup conditional coloring and haptic alerts to help keep you in the zone. You can even display graphs of your performance to help you understand how well your workout is going.<br><br>You can view detailed statistics for all of your past workouts (whether you've collected them in Workouts++ or not). This includes summary statistics as well as graphs showing available minute-by-minute performance statistics.<br><br>Your lifetime stats are also summarized to give you a better idea of what your past performance looks like and how/when you typically workout. <br><br>Notes:<br> • Workouts++ requires an Apple Watch to collect the data it displays<br> • Workouts++ integrates with the Health App on your iPhone to retrieve the data it displays. It will request permission to access the relevant data types associated with a workout.<br> • Streaming podcasts requires an Series 3 LTE Apple Watch and active cellular service.
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Really good app. Just started using it and noticed a few things. Downloaded this app because I liked that you could set up your own metrics and layout on your watch face. However when you create your own, you’re missing some of the options. For example, if you set up a new Outdoor Other, you don’t have the option for distance. This is a pretty common one for an outdoor activity. Trying to convince my husband that the Apple Watch is better than the Fitbit. Wants to track the number of stairs he has climbed but there is only an altitude metric. Could you create a metric for number of floors or stairs climbed? Also want a metric for kayaking. Overall I really like the app. Thank you!
This was a good bug fix update. My review below stays the same but no more bugs. I'm still really loving this app. It's a great tool for run training. V1 review: Worthy of the ++ designation Forget flashy design and marketing. The developer understands runners and training. This app is a cut above the stock workouts app and offers functionality that is missing from the big name running apps. The ability to customize the interface is nice, but haptic feedback and dynamic color changes for run metrics put it over the top! I have wanted an app that allowed for speed zone and heart rate zone training on the watch. I haven't been this excited about an app in quite some time. Now my AppleWatch is a real training tool! There are some minor interface bugs and glitches. You can setup multiple interfaces with the same name. If you do the iPhone app will not maintain a consistent sort order and the watch interface will flicker on launch. I assume these will be fixed in future versions. There are no major bugs. This is a great app I have two hopes for a future release. 1) Allow for more zones on the pace and heart rate sliders. 2) Add a metric for cadence.
This app was what I was looking for. The ability to set up interface quadrants to view multiple metrics. I especially loved that I could set a lower and upper limit so I could work in a zone. Here is where the low ratings come in. The sliders just don’t work. I try to set the upper limit and when I press the slider it just jumps to a random spot on the slider. I try to slide it back and the focus will jump to a random quadrant. For example I am on the bpm value (dotted line around the BPM value). I touch a slider the dotted box will just jump back to the mileage. I switch to the lower slider and the same thing happens. It’s frustrating!!!! Finally gave up and went for a run. The BPM quadrant only showed my heart rate once out of 3 runs. Just would not come up. This is the app I was looking for and would definitely up my rating if I could get it to work like the demo video.
This update disappointed me. I use this app to track my swimming workouts. Now I have to choose between 2 rotary fields and the app does not remember the last choice . Later edit : after accessing the configure tab on iPhone the workout list on the watch app updated itself to the old list . I also noticed that the app will not record a 2 lap swim , also the lap counter is constantly 2 laps behind ( but it records the distance correctly after finishing the workout ). Also the app does not display the last workout track ( I saw this both for biking and for outdoor swimming ) . The track magically appears after you do another workout . I know the app is free but I hope you get to iron out the bugs because the app is really nice .
I actually find the podcast player on the watch to work rather well and it’s incredibly useful. Navigating the list of podcasts on the phone is super buggy. It seems like a simple list so I’m not sure why it’s so hard to use. Swiping to delete doesn’t work 90% of the time. While scrolling up and down the list jumps back to where you were. I don’t understand how it shipped like this, but the watch app is so good that I am super grateful. I wish the overall design were a little more pleasing to look at, but if it weren’t so buggy to scroll the podcast list I would be happy to pay for this app. (Heck I still would in its current state).
Developed by Cross Forward Consulting, LLC.
Workouts++ is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Nov 07, 2019and the current version is 2.2.2.
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Workouts++ have a 217a user reviews.
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