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Strong Workout Tracker Gym Log
Strong Fitness Ltd.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Health & Fitness||4.27.3||March 15, 2018||4.5|
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Version 4.27.3 released on March 15, 2018
This patch fixes a crash that could happen when viewing exercise charts. Previously in 4.27: • More body parts added to Measurements. Your old measurements will be automatically split into separate entries for left and right parts. • Measurements are now backed up online. Any measurements stored in Apple Health are not synced by Strong (for now). If you’re on iOS 11, you can use iCloud to back up this data. • New sound options for the Rest Timer. • Bonus Option: Previous set info can be limited to only workouts from the same routine. • Bonus Option: Count dumbbells exercises twice in volume calculations. • Adds Bar Type selection for Machine/Other exercises. Tweaks and fixes • Improvements to Apple Watch set up. (Specifically, adopting new Core Data APIs when transferring data.) • Performance improvements for iOS and watchOS. (Specifically, improving workout fetch performance.) • Exercise Records - Tweaks to ‘Estimated’ calculation. • New exercises are capitalised when creating them from the search box. • Strong no longer requests read permission for “Workouts” in Apple Health. • Help and Support: Improvements to help us route emails to the right inbox. • Typography: Replace "-" with "−" (minus symbol). • Fix: Changes to routine ordering could get reverted. • Fix: lbs could be rounded incorrectly when displayed. • Fix: Apple Watch - Rest Timer ‘Next set’ indicator could be cut off with large Dynamic Type settings. • Fix: Dumbbell exercises didn’t have a 1RM progression chart.
Version 4.27.2 released on March 12, 2018
• New sounds for the Rest Timer. • New Bonus Option: Count dumbbells exercises twice in volume calculations. • Fix: Dumbbell PR progression chart used Reps instead of 1RM. • Typography: Replace "-" with "−" (minus symbol). • Help and Support: Improvements to help us route emails to the right inbox.
Version 4.27.1 released on February 23, 2018
• New colors for supersets. • Apple Watch: Stopwatch entry for timed exercises. • Visual tweaks to Store page. • Fix: Apple Watch often wouldn’t pre-fill values properly. • Fix: Companion Mode wouldn’t end automatically in some situations. • Fix: Possible bug when restoring purchases. • Grammar: “Warm Up” > “Warm-up” when used as an adjective. This version should also fix a crash in Version 4.27 which only affected devices on iOS 9 and iOS 10. If you’re still having problems, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll try and do a better job in the future!
Version 4.27 released on February 19, 2018
New! • More body parts added to Measurements. Your old measurements will be automatically split into separate entries for left and right parts. • Measurements are now backed up online. Any measurements stored in Apple Health are not synced by Strong (for now). If you’re on iOS 11, you can use iCloud to back up this data. • New Bonus Option: Previous set info can be limited to only workouts from the same routine. • Adds Bar Type selection for Machine/Other exercises. Tweaks and fixes • Improvements to Apple Watch set up. (Specifically, adopting new Core Data APIs when transferring data.) • Performance improvements for iOS and watchOS. (Specifically, improving workout fetch performance.) • Exercise Records - Tweaks to ‘Estimated’ calculation. • New exercises are capitalised when creating them from the search box. • Strong no longer requests read permission for “Workouts” in Apple Health. • Fix: Changes to routine ordering could get reverted. • Fix: lbs could be rounded incorrectly when displayed. • Fix: Apple Watch - Rest Timer ‘Next set’ indicator could be cut off with large Dynamic Type settings.
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