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YaoYao is a standalone Apple Watch app to track your jump rope workouts. YaoYao is featured by the App Store and Apple Newsroom. Jump rope is a simple, effective, and an economical aerobic workout. You can choose to jump rope anytime, anywhere. Currently, Apple Watch allows you to track multiple workouts including running or cycling, and swimming, but not jump rope. Often, counting your jumps during your jump rope workout is essential and is an important aspect. YaoYao utilizes Apple Watch’s motion sensors to calculate your jumps. YaoYao literally costs you no more than an ordinary jump rope. Features : - Jumps counting (includes support for double unders) For every 100 jumps, the app encourages you with voice feedback of your current progress - so that you can focus on your posture and avoid glancing at the Watch to check your jump counts. - Live Count Live counts of your jumps are displayed along with the voice feedback. - Exercise time record - Jump speed (Speed) record/Scrolling Speed (Speed of jumps over the past minute) - Record the number of consecutive jumps Along with the jump speed, the app also counts the number of jumps in one go. - Heart rate record Max heart rate warning tip. - Calorie burn value - HIIT mode Time or Jumps Interval - iPhone real time display (Live Count): Open the iPhone app during exercise and display the jump data on the iPhone - Compatible with Apple Watch Series 1 & Series 2. - Syncs with iOS Health app. YaoYao syncs and stores health data to the iOS Health app from Apple. YaoYao integrates with the Apple Health app to sync your workouts and record heart-rate data. Enjoy jumping rope! Note: If the app does not work after installing, please reboot your Apple Watch. User Reviews: fencemember: Great accurate! I love this app so glad I found it nauf4l: was planning to buy a 100$ jump rope which counts skips as i always do 5k skips a day. So after a month was considering this when i came across this app after installing 5 apps of the same.Glad i paid about 2$ for this as it is totally worth it. FrankWurst: Accurate jump counter based solely on Apple Watch. App integrates into My Health and Activity App seamlessly. Great product. tafty：I enjoy the skipping experience with this app. And it syncs well with Apple Watch Contact me E-mail:email@example.com Twitter: @haozes Telegram Group: t.me/yaoyaonow Design by Haozes Thanks for the translation: 橙子、金小粉、孟金羽、蔡沛森、Adgar, Fabio Carrilho, Tomás Feliú Ribeiro, Francesco Tirsi, Leonard Pitt Diehl, Zhimin Yang, Massimiliano Benini,Radu Ionescu,Andrés Leon,Dikran Jessaijan
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I tried a few other highly rated rep counter apps and jump rope apps and they were extremely inaccurate, or just didn’t provide much of the information I wanted. I held back initially on getting this YaoYao app simply because it wasn’t free, but finally took a risk and got it. Immediately I noticed when I started my jump rope workout that the counts were very close to the actual jumps, and I LOVED how I could get loud verbal announcements for every 50 jumps or heart rate - with many options I could set. Finally, I could jump without thinking about counting, or using some method of keeping track physically. Then I was thrilled after a few more jumprope workouts to discover so many other useful, thoughtful and professional features, this is on the level of the type of features the Apple Activity App in quality and range of measured, counted and integrated metrics. The graphs and the badges you can earn, it all adds so much more to the jump rope workout, I love it!!
I’ve been speed roping for 2 years now and have always used a different HIIT app on my watch to do my intervals. I’ve always wanted to know the number of jumps but never thought to look for an app that counted them! I was skeptical at first based on others reviews of counting too many or not enough but wanted to try it since it was so inexpensive. I used it yesterday and counted as I jumped and it was only off by 2... and that was me trying my hardest to count my jumps since I speed Rope I had a hard time counting as fast as I jumped. I feel it’s extremely accurate... it’s basically like a pedometer... they are never exact, but give you a great estimate and that’s all I’m looking for. I love that it gives you the count every 100 jumps and heart rate, I was able to push myself harder and in one interval session went from a little over 700 jumps to almost 900. Overall I love it and definitely recommend it!!!!
Cool concept, but having issues with the app recording data. In short, it doesn’t. Ha. It will record and display results during a workout, but the data does not get saved for future reference, as per the screen shots above. Jump count, calories, workouts, etc. Nothing is saving in the app. It does, however, sync generic Yao Yao “workout” instances and times with the iOS Activity app. So I’ve just been using it for that purpose to be able to identify separate jump rope workouts and times in the Activity app. Unfortunately, I’m not able to enjoy the native tracking, medals, gamification, etc. within the native app. Oh well. On an iPhone X, Apple Watch Series 1, iOS 11.2.2, and app version 1.5.6. I’ve enabled all data sharing permissions within the Health app. I’ve deleted and reinstalled the app. No luck.
I wanted to see if the counter worked. It doesn’t. I like to speed jump, and when I get 4 rotations in a second which isnt even the fastest it only counts 1. Maybe if you’re jumping slow enough it will be good. I can see it being good for just a nice slow jump or possibly a workout but don’t count on it counting properly. On the other side I do like that it has the HIIT timer on it now, but that is honestly the only good thing about the app for me. This is not saying it works for other people. Just does not work for me. I record to check for form and to count, and like I said it isn’t even close. Also like I said completely different type of jumping probably than what it’s meant for.
Japanese writing? Yeah I know English isn't the international language. Also it doesn't count accurately. It missed many of my jumps so it's worthless. However it is nice that the watch can be used as a stand alone device. That is the phone doesn't have to be in your pocket. Just need to fix the jump counter. Maybe it's not sensitive enough? Update Aug 2017. Doesn't work very good at all. Just did a practice jump and it only counted 1 jump out of over 100. Nice try. Update 2019 with iWatch5. Still not very good. Hardly records any jumps. It might get about 5-10% of my jumps unless I really over exaggerate my wrist motion which is not natural, and then it’s still not very accurate. Still not impressed. I even set the sensitivity to max. Made no difference.
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YaoYao - Jump Rope is ranking in Health & Fitness & Sports
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 2.7.2.
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YaoYao - Jump Rope have a 531a user reviews.