What’s New in Version 1.3.1
- Added more values to the percent shortcuts selections to work over max
- Bug fix: Adjust maxes navigation issue fixed
- Bug fix: Schedule template not obeying training max percentage
- Other bug fixes
The next version of Strength Mark has a new look to fit with the modern feel of iOS 7 along with other improvements and features that made the cut. It should be available in the store in December 2013. I take all the feedback in the app store seriously and am working to integrate some of those suggestions and complaints in the app. If anyone has any features they wish would be in the app, please leave a comment here, send an email to email@example.com, or write a review in the app store.
For those of you who are still using iOS 6, you can still download version 1.2.1 for as long as you want from the store.
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As the creator of Strength Mark, it’s probably no surprise that I use the Strength Mark app in my own training. I have been using Strength Mark to calculate and track my deadlift weights for a progression-based scheme, which helped me achieve my personal record (PR) of 505 lbs on deadlift. That’s 40 lbs over my previous record. What can Strength Mark do for you?
Strength Mark 1.2 was released in the app store today. Here’s what’s new:
Strength Mark 1.1 was released in the app store today. Here’s what is new in this version: