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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Sports||3.2.5||July 05, 2017||0.0|
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Version 3.2.5 released on July 05, 2017
- bug fixes for compatibility.
Version 3.2.4 released on June 22, 2017
- bug fixes and improvements
Version 3.2.3 released on May 19, 2017
We figured out the "Network Error" issue, and it should be resolved for everyone!
Version 3.2.2 released on May 16, 2017
Network timeouts were extended. This should help users on slower connections avoid the pesky "Network Error" messages. Keep sending feedback! We read it all.
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*** Due to recent changes with ironman.com, IronTrac will no longer function properly outside of North America. We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to someday resume activity in all areas. *** ** The 2017 event year is available for $.99 for a whole year of unlimited tracking! ** ** Now you can view distances in either Imperial or Metric for any race! ** Tired of trying to navigate the Ironman (™) web site on race day to track your friends and family members? Have you ever wanted to follow more than one participant at the same time? What if there was an easier way, specifically designed to look great on your iPhone? Now there is. Welcome to IronTrac. IronTrac allows spectators to track multiple athletes during Ironman (™) triathlons, both full distance and 70.3 events. Search for participants, and then add them to your Watch List. You can then keep up with their progress throughout the day. Athletes can also use IronTrac to look up past event results for comparison purposes. Features: - The Watch List is organized by Ironman (™) event, making it easy to follow multiple participants simultaneously on race day. - Find participants by last name or bib number. You can enter all or part of their last name. - Results will be updated every time you select an athlete from your watch list. - Search for participants using past races. You can then add to the Watch List to view past results for comparison purposes. - Use the Feedback button to send us any comments or suggestions for future updates. - Post results right to Facebook and Twitter! - Check the Leaderboard to see who leading the race, and get their current stats. FAQ: 1. Where does IronTrac get it's data? The data presented in IronTrac is retrieved from Ironman (™) Live, so if Ironman (™) Live experiences any technical difficulties, IronTrac will also be effected. 2. Why does IronTrac keep saying "No Athletes Found"? Ironman (™) does not make race data available until very close to the race start, so searches may be unsuccessful until just before the race start. 3. Why isn't IronTrac able to find the athlete I'm searching for? Sometimes you may need to search using only the first few letters of the name instead of the entire name. This is an Ironman (™) issue, not an IronTrac issue. 4. Why do Arizona and Port Macquarie 70.3 not show the current year? Race data for these two events is posted in the following year due to the way Ironman (™) tracks them. For example, for the event in calendar year 2011, your Watch List will show 2012. As of IronTrac version 3.0.1, please select Arizona and Port Macquarie events by calendar year. 5. Why is my phone saying I need iOS 9 when trying to buy IronTrac? iOS 9 or higher required to use IronTrac. Please upgrade your phone to the latest release of iOS.
IronTrac Ranking History | Sports
IronTrac daily app ranking in Sports category for the last 30 days.
IronTrac Worldwide Rankings | Sports
IronTrac rankings per country in Sports category.
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For the 3rd time, we’re having the pleasure to write on AppMasters.co blog, held by Steve Young. As you may already know, app reviews have a huge impact in the various app stores' algorithms. Therefore, reviews are an important element of App Store Optimization (ASO). It is therefore important to take action on your bad reviews. If you have no clue on how to do so, this post is for you. Find out 4 effective …