April 26, 2019 | Version 1.1.6
Nice app, better than the rest of the "7 minutes workout" apps. But one thing, on my fenix 5 the app is called "94QB1453". I tried to delete the app and reinstall it, but the name stays. Is it possible to correct this?
April 26, 2019, Splus
I have no idea why this happen.
John Paul Istre
April 25, 2019 | Version 1.1.6
Great app, does everything it says.
Jose M. Ayala
April 17, 2019 | Version 1.1.6
Hello, why doesn’t it work when I modify some data in the app ?, if I don’t modify ant data it works correctly.
April 19, 2019, Splus
Do you expect that I correct something when a user write a so imprecise error report? Which device? What did you modify? How did you do it?
March 27, 2019 | Version 0.3.2
What is the mobile app name for this?
March 26, 2019 | Version 0.3.2
Follow-up to my earlier rating. Was indeed my mistake as I was expecting to see the customized fields already in the IQ App on the mobile. In fact the customized descriptions appear in the App on the device (in my case Fenix 5+) when doing the work-out session. Simply great. Thanks!
March 26, 2019 | Version 0.3.0
Very nice App, easy to use. However on the custom exercises implemented lately, yes I am able to provide individual names but the selection fields will still show the "wildcard x" description i.e. "Übung1, Übung 2, etc." which does not allow a quick assignment. Is it my mistake or does it work as designed?
March 26, 2019, Splus
The custom text appears only on the device when executing the application.
March 24, 2019 | Version 0.1.6
Very good app. Love that you can choose different exercises from the list, change the time of the efforts and change the recovery time. Would be perfect if there was an option to add custom exercises, i.e. exercises not on the list of options you are given, where you could type the name of your own exercise, e.g., prone leg lifts, or whatever.
March 25, 2019, Splus
This is now in the version 0.2
Compte de Fleckenstein
March 21, 2019 | Version 0.1.4
Easy to use and the pictures are explicit enough to understand the exercise. The visual progress bar to see the remaining time for a workout is nice.