Monday, October 18, 2010

Walk​meter GPS Walking Stopwatch for Fitness and Weight Loss IPA 4.1.1

Walkmeter turns your iPhone into a powerful GPS stopwatch, giving you feedback and motivation to go farther, become faster, be healthier, and live longer. ➤ Supports iOS 4 and multitasking! ➤ Named Best of Show at Macworld 2010 by Beatweek. ➤ Featured by Apple in What's Hot in the App Store. ➤ For a complete product tour, see Walkmeter 4.0 – the most advanced iPhone application for exercise walking | Abvio.

Note: Does not support iPod touch or first-generation iPhone, which lack GPS capabilities. Multitasking not supported on the iPhone 3G by iOS 4.

Walkmeter is iPhone-centric. No web site logins, no monthly subscriptions, no uploading data, and no ads. Walkmeter is a complete solution for tracking your workouts on your iPhone. It can be used for running, cycling, walking, skiing, skating, and more.

Walkmeter continually records your time, location, distance, elevation, and speed - years of workouts only take up the space of a few songs. Stop and start recording on-screen or with your earphone remote.

See your results on maps, graphs, and a calendar, and organized by routes and activities. Summarize your statistics by day, week, month, year, and overall.

Monitor your progress with up to 20 configurable announcements including distance, time, speed, elevation, climb, and more. Announcements may be heard automatically at time or distance intervals, or on-demand with your earphone remote.

Compete against your previous workouts along a route. See your virtual competition on a map and in graphs. Each workout is ranked as best, better, median, worse, and worst.

Use Facebook, Twitter, and email to share Google Maps of your workouts, automatically updated every few minutes. During your workout, hear replies from family, coaches, and friends spoken using text-to-speech technology. Have emails automatically sent to keep family and friends notified of your progress and location. Export workouts in GPX, KML, and CSV. You can also export raw data for graphing and analyzing your workouts.

Walkmeter gives you the data that helps you achieve your goals, whether it's to run a mile or a marathon, cycle a park or a century, or walk a block or a march.

➤ Record new routes, including your path, altitude, speed, and more
➤ Race your existing routes, comparing your current workout to your best, median, and worst
➤ See a map of your route, including real-time markers comparing your current and previous workouts
➤ See graphs of pace and elevation as you exercise
➤ View a calendar of your workouts, showing at a glance how your workouts compare
➤ See a summary by week, month, year and overall of your total distance, average pace, and total climb
➤ Forget your iPhone? No problem, just enter your data later
➤ Tilt your iPhone to landscape to see the map or graph
➤ Listen to music or podcasts while exercising, including changing tracks
➤ Save battery life using the lock button to disable the screen
➤ Remote Control for starting and stopping workouts using your earphone remote
➤ Voice announcements with 20 configurable spoken statistics
➤ Google Maps sharing via email, Twitter and Facebook, updated every few minutes
➤ See maps in street, satellite, and hybrid views
➤ Facebook and Twitter support for sharing workouts with coaches, friends, and family
➤ Email updates let your family or friends monitor your progress and location
➤ Hear Facebook and Twitter replies using text-to-speech technology as you exercise
➤ Export all your workouts in CSV format to spreadsheets
➤ Export raw workout data for analysis and graphing
➤ Offline mode helps avoid data roaming charges while recording workouts
➤ Dynamic GPS filtering for improved path accuracy
➤ Supports metric, english, and nautical mile units

Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What's new in Version 4.1.1
➤ Added "Screen On" setting for bike mount users who want to keep the screen on while riding. See More > Settings > Advanced.
➤ Increased the maximum number of mile or kilometer markers shown on maps.
➤ Improved calendar sharing settings by adding the calendar type to the name, for users who have multiple calendars with the same name.
➤ Twitter, Facebook and Email Updates now post the activity name instead of the activity type.
➤ Fixed bug that prevented updating announcements unless you restarted the app.
➤ Fixed bugs in calendar sharing that would sometimes not post maps or change calendar names for updated events.


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