Here's the final workout tracking screen.
This is a rendering, but the Interface-Shot is from our actual beta version.
The Interface is build like a waterfall. Starting on top with your exercises, following the "picker wheels" to enter your weight/reps and finally the "log-it" button with "pause" function.
(the bottom is filled with your already tracked exercises....)
You might have guessed it ... the log can be "dragged" to be seen in full-screen mode.
over 1 year ago
@Daniel Marian Fantastic work. I can not wait to get my hands on this app. I desperately need a new workout app. The one I currently use doesn't even support the retina display.
sounds really app... Nice interface though
Love it man. This looks really promising. Also, O_O at 230 pounds of dumbbells.
Looking forward to this! :)
thanks a lot guys, will be posting more on monday with full-resolution shots. Hopfully you all will be satisfied with the end product, which we will be releasing really soon.
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Wow! Very beautiful!
Downloaded the app and left a review. There's some things I wish it had, but the UI and design are solid.
about 1 year ago
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