By Secure Hub Pty Ltd
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If you walk, jog/run, cycle or train over distance. iRaceMe is the tool for you. Each time you train, you can race against yourself and improve your time and level of fitness. You will train harder each time and be able to track your progress as you improve.
Usually you only know if your training harder at end of the session. With iRaceMe you can see how where you were last time and chase down and pass yourself to train harder and harder every time.
Step 1 - Create New Track
You create a new track by recording your path during a regular training session. iRaceMe will record your time and location every step along the way.
Try your best so you can work harder next time.
Step 2 - Race Yourself
Select the previously recorded track and start training. Every step along the way you will set how far ahead or behind you are from your last session.
* Instantanous progress of your step.
* Audio cues of time, distance and progress.
* Customisable audio cues.
* Selectable pace or speed display
* Current and average speed or pace.
* History of all training sessions.
* Metric and US units.
* Works on iPhone 2.0 and later.
PS. Sorry about the voice used for audiable alerts. It is mine and even I don't like it. I promise to find a better voice for the next release.
What's New in Version 2.0
Built for OS version 3.0 and above
Add Google map display of recorded tracks.
I love the concept of racing against myself! It's a terrific training tool. One other thing that I would like to see (other than a different voice!! LOL) is to be able to see my gps location while running a track. I run in a neighborhood with many intersections and have a difficult time remembering where I made turns. Currently you can't tell if you are off track so the "behind" "ahead" prompts are not very meaningful as they relate to the current track being run. Also climb info is not saved. Fantastic start! Can't wait for updates!!!
Great app and concept but it needs help with integration on music playing while you run. If you have music on or start music after you start running it turns off the training / in app voice over that makes the app great. would love to have music and the voice overs.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Oct 29, 2009
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 2.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Secure Hub Pty Ltd
- © 2009 John McTainsh
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone.