Runmeter, Cyclemeter and Walkmeter add training plans and iCloud support

Abvio Inc. the iPhone fitness app developer has made a major update for its top-rated apps Runmeter, Cyclemeter and Walkmeter. This update includes new features which will serve a wide range of users.

The newest version v7.0 of Runmeter, Cyclemeter and Walkmeter has a variety of new features. Each of these apps will customize your favourite exercise routine. These sister apps include new training plans, stopwatch pages and iCloud support.

The new version v7.0 offers 5K, 10K and half-marathon and marathon training plans. But users can also customize their own trainings plans, which is great!

The iCloud support is one of the new features. This will allow users to backup restore and transfer their workout data between devices like an iPad. If you have an iPad, then you could load the data for review and analysis though. This feature also allows users to backup and restore the database through iTunes File Sharing.

The Stopwatch Pages feature is highly configurable and it includes many options such as statistics, graphs, maps, splits, intervals and zones displays.  Another addition is the Stopwatch Pages includes an integrated music player! This new feature also allows users to get easy access to all the workout data by just swiping across the screen.

Steve Kusmer, CEO of Abvio said:

“We’re very excited about all of the new features in this version, but Stopwatch Pages are our favourite. Previous versions did a great job of recording and announcing workout data, but Stopwatch Pages in 7.0 expands this ability to allow you to see all your data easily, exactly the way you want to see it. Cyclists using iPhone bike mounts should be thrilled that they can now just swipe with a thumb rather than hitting buttons to view stats, maps, and graphs while riding.”

The three sister’s apps are all available on the Apple iTunes App Store for $2.99. So are you interested? Would these apps encourage you to go out and sport? It could be interesting to be aware of your own training data though!





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