There are all kinds of different workout regimes and if yours happens to be focused on bodybuilding and strength training then this app is for you. The RepCount app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and provides you with a simple and quick way to log your workouts. You can view reps, sets, and your statistics in a simple format that requires very little time and effort on your part. It's a streamlined way to log all your gym activities.
Use this app to keep track of all your strength exercises through its ease-of-use logging system. At any time you can view you own personal statistics laid out in beautiful and easy-to-read graphs. Check out the workout page that is filled with the day's exercise activities, the sets, and reps. You can then get really specific and view personal records on each of the exercises to see how your progress is coming along. If you'd like to customize the app by adding in your own exercise this can also be done in a matter of seconds.
This app takes a very simplistic approach in that it's not filled with workout ideas, videos, and how-to demonstrations. All this one does is let you quickly log your exercises and then allows you to view statistics and progress. It’s meant to be a companion tool to your already existing workout plan.
Log your workouts quickly and smoothly
Even though the app is very simple it does include some features such as the ability to create workout templates so that when it comes time to work out, it's all laid out for you. You have the ability to send data to any other mobile device through email, there is a basic cardio log that tracks duration/distance/calories, and there is a rest timer.
It should be noted that this app requires iOS 7.0 to use. As of right n ow it doesn't have any customer ratings. You can find comments on the app from other users, though, who seem to be quite happy with the offering and the simplicity of the user interface. In its most recent update some fixes were made to a problem that was happening with time zones so the experience should now be smooth and without issue.
I think as long as you go into this app realizing it is simply a way to track, record, and view your statistics and progress then you will be impressed by the offering.
It only performs a couple of basic functions, which may disappoint some
Plan your workout ahead of time
The RepCount app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone provides users with a quick and easy way to log their workouts and then view their progress laid out in gorgeous charts anytime they like. The user interface has managed to combine simplicity with a sleek vibe.