Seconds - Interval Timer HIIT

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Seconds - Interval Timer HIIT

Runloop Ltd,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Health & Fitness 3.6.3 December 21, 2017 4.1

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Version 3.6.3 released on December 21, 2017
Bug fixes and performance improvements. ## Version 3.6 - Added swimming activity with auto water lock. - Added quicker UI refresh when Apple Watch wakes. - Added low power mode option for Apple Watch (slower UI refreshes when Apple Watch wakes). - Added a confirmation before starting timers when the app is not upgraded. - Added links to support forum - Added timer and settings export for forum - Changed free version to only consider a timer used if it actually started. - Changed external ducking option to also apply to Apple Watch app. - Changed support section to link to Runloop forums. - Changed Apple Watch required version down to 3.0 - Fixed restoring from iCloud not updating the timer list. - Fixed bug where overrun interval of sub-timers was ignored. - Fixed audio not playing when first interval had no audio, and starting at a different interval. ## Version 3.6.1 - Changed timer creation to no longer require save action. - Fixed crash on devices running iOS 9 and below. ## Version 3.6.2 - Replaced Save and Discard buttons in Apple Watch summary with Done button. Saving is assumed. - Fixed Apple Watch settings needing a toggle before taking effect. - Fixed End Timer force touch option not respecting the skip to summary option. ## Version 3.6.3 - Added vibration only alerts to Apple Watch. - Fixed resuming audio volume levels. Full release notes available at: http://discuss.runloop.com/c/seconds/release-notes ### Polite request Since Apple introduced the new rating alert the app has received lots of good ratings. However, most of the people that take time to write a review are those complaining about the upgrade cost. If you have a few moments, we would really appreciate it if you could to write a quick review explaining what it is that you like about Seconds. Thank you!

Version 3.6.2 released on December 19, 2017
Bug fixes and performance improvements. ## Version 3.6 - Added swimming activity with auto water lock. - Added quicker UI refresh when Apple Watch wakes. - Added low power mode option for Apple Watch (slower UI refreshes when Apple Watch wakes). - Added a confirmation before starting timers when the app is not upgraded. - Added links to support forum - Added timer and settings export for forum - Changed free version to only consider a timer used if it actually started. - Changed external ducking option to also apply to Apple Watch app. - Changed support section to link to Runloop forums. - Changed Apple Watch required version down to 3.0 - Fixed restoring from iCloud not updating the timer list. - Fixed bug where overrun interval of sub-timers was ignored. - Fixed audio not playing when first interval had no audio, and starting at a different interval. ## Version 3.6.1 - Changed timer creation to no longer require save action. - Fixed crash on devices running iOS 9 and below. ## Version 3.6.2 - Replaced Save and Discard buttons in Apple Watch summary with Done button. Saving is assumed. - Fixed Apple Watch settings needing a toggle before taking effect. - Fixed End Timer force touch option not respecting the skip to summary option. Full release notes available at: http://discuss.runloop.com/c/seconds/release-notes ### Polite request Since Apple introduced the new rating alert the app has received lots of good ratings. However, most of the people that take time to write a review are those complaining about the upgrade cost. If you have a few moments, we would really appreciate it if you could to write a quick review explaining what it is that you like about Seconds. Thank you!

Version 3.6 released on December 14, 2017
Bug fixes and performance improvements. - Added swimming activity with auto water lock. - Added quicker UI refresh when Apple Watch wakes. - Added low power mode option for Apple Watch (slower UI refreshes when Apple Watch wakes). - Added a confirmation before starting timers when the app is not upgraded. - Added links to support forum - Added timer and settings export for forum - Changed free version to only consider a timer used if it actually started. - Changed external ducking option to also apply to Apple Watch app. - Changed support section to link to Runloop forums. - Changed Apple Watch required version down to 3.0 - Fixed restoring from iCloud not updating the timer list. - Fixed bug where overrun interval of sub-timers was ignored. - Fixed audio not playing when first interval had no audio, and starting at a different interval. Full release notes available at: http://discuss.runloop.com/c/seconds/release-notes ### Polite request Since Apple introduced the new rating alert the app has received lots of good ratings. However, most of the people that take time to write a review are those complaining about the upgrade cost. If you have a few moments, we would really appreciate it if you could to write a quick review explaining what it is that you like about Seconds. Thank you!

Version 3.6.1 released on December 14, 2017
Bug fixes and performance improvements. ## Version 3.6 - Added swimming activity with auto water lock. - Added quicker UI refresh when Apple Watch wakes. - Added low power mode option for Apple Watch (slower UI refreshes when Apple Watch wakes). - Added a confirmation before starting timers when the app is not upgraded. - Added links to support forum - Added timer and settings export for forum - Changed free version to only consider a timer used if it actually started. - Changed external ducking option to also apply to Apple Watch app. - Changed support section to link to Runloop forums. - Changed Apple Watch required version down to 3.0 - Fixed restoring from iCloud not updating the timer list. - Fixed bug where overrun interval of sub-timers was ignored. - Fixed audio not playing when first interval had no audio, and starting at a different interval. ## Version 3.6.1 - Changed timer creation to no longer require save action. - Fixed crash on devices running iOS 9 and below. Full release notes available at: http://discuss.runloop.com/c/seconds/release-notes ### Polite request Since Apple introduced the new rating alert the app has received lots of good ratings. However, most of the people that take time to write a review are those complaining about the upgrade cost. If you have a few moments, we would really appreciate it if you could to write a quick review explaining what it is that you like about Seconds. Thank you!

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LOOK NO FURTHER, you have just found the most advanced interval training timer on the App Store. Seconds has been downloaded over 4 million times, and has over 13,000 5-star reviews. Other interval timers don't even come close when it comes to quality, features and ease of use. BEFORE YOU DOWNLOAD:- Seconds is a paid app that you can trial for free. Non-paying users may only use the timers they create one time. If you do not mind the inconvenience of recreating your timers each time you need them, you can use the app for free for as long as you want. Alternatively, by upgrading you can use your timers as often as you like, and you will also be supporting the continued development of the app. SECONDS AT A GLANCE:- • Apple Watch • Large clear display • Templates for HIIT, Tabata, Circuit Training and more • Custom timers to create any intervals imaginable • Bluetooth heart rate sensor support • Speaks your interval names in your language • Loud or soothing alerts • Coordinate music with intervals • Universal app, works on all devices • External display and AirPlay Mirroring support • Runs in the background • Supports iOS 8 and above MORE INFORMATION:- • APPLE WATCH Seconds comes with an Apple Watch app that allows you to use your saved interval timers (upgrade required) on your Apple Watch without your iPhone present. It also comes with a Quick Timer editor allowing you to easily and quickly create one-off timers while you are on the go. • LARGE CLEAR DISPLAY AND COLOUR CODING The timing screen has a large time display that can easily be read from a distance. It works in portrait or landscape. The current interval and next interval are displayed so you can see also what's up now and next. The entire background uses the current interval colour so you don't even need to read the name. • TEMPLATES MAKE IT EASY TO PROGRAM Seconds comes with templates for HIIT, Tabata and Circuit Training making it very easy to quickly create a timer for your workouts. If you require more advanced options, Seconds doesn't let you down. You can create completely custom timers one interval at a time, or even combine timers together to create compound timers. • HEART RATE SENSORS Seconds supports Bluetooth heart rate sensors and allows you to configure the display to show your current heart rate and estimated calories burned during your training session. • TEXT TO SPEECH AND ALERTS The text to speech option will read out your interval names as you get to them, or even give you some advance warning. Alternatively, you can choose from the built in alerts. These ranges from simple beeps, to MMA air horns and boxing bells, to bells and gongs for more relaxing timers. • MUSIC INTEGRATION Seconds allows you to match the intensity of your music to the intensity of your workout. For each interval, you can select a song, album, artist, genre, playlist, podcasts or audiobooks. If this is not to your taste you can simply play another music source in the background. • SHARE YOUR TIMERS WITH FRIENDS Share the timers you’ve created or completed with your friends on your Twitter, Facebook or Weibo. They will then be able to import your timer into their app. • EXPORT TIMERS Transfer all your timers to another device of yours or a friends easily via Email or AirDrop. • EXTERNAL DISPLAY Use AirPlay Mirroring to display your timers on a big screen. Perfect for personal trainers and fitness class instructors. Enable Privacy Mode so your personal or client timers are not displayed as you navigate the app. • SAMPLE TIMERS Want a timer for the 7 minute workout, or Tabata. Seconds comes with these preinstalled as well as samples of the other timer types. • APPLE HEALTH Apple Health data is used to calculate calorie expenditure. Workouts can be sent to Apple Health.

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