UPDATE 9-27: 2.1 released
I've been working for the past month or so on a major update. Yesterday, I completed final testing and released the update. I've implemented several great ideas from users as well as some other features. This update features a complete user interface overhaul and code rewrite. Here are the major new additions aside from the UI overhaul:
Gestures - much like the navigation between home icon screens (swipe left and right), I've implemented gestures for quick navigation. For a complete list of gestures, check out the help -> gestures section within the app.
Daily Log - a new tab featuring your logging activity for a selected day. A complete history for each exercise and body stat is still present of course.
Install/Move to SD - enabled for phones that support installing and moving apps to the SD card. The app is small compared to other fitness apps, but I want to make sure users have a choice
Timed exercise support
I have many more features to implement. Now that this major update is out, development time for feature releases will be much quicker. I will released updates every 1-2 weeks (sooner if a bug is found). New screenshots are posted below.
Some of you may remember me from a couple months ago. I mentioned I was developing an android app for lifters. I appreciated the helpful advice and feedback from the original thread (Thanks, samdan, Tatsu, theuofh, PonceDeLeon and kanew and the others that participated in the thread). Several posters mentioned some really excellent ideas and I've implemented them. The app is called LiftPro 2.0.
A quick overview:
-Track body stats (measurements)
-View progress stats (graphs and stats)
-Set and complete goals
-The original Lift Tools from the previous version you all helped create in the old thread are included (ORM calculator, unit converter, plateloader, and a couple others)
-Back up your data to your SD card and restore from that back up in case you uninstall or something goes wrong with your phone
I'm adding updates just about every week so expect more on the way. It's totally free and I really appreciate any feedback/criticisms/features you'd like to see implemented.