News and announcements from Squibner Software.
It's been less than a month, but LogMyRun is about to get a big update with some really cool new features and interface enhancements.
- Run Data Export. Export your running log to a CSV fle via email, which can then be opened in any spreadsheet application like Numbers or Excel.
- Facebook Support. in addition to email and Twitter support, you can now share your runs with your friends on Facebook.
- URL Scheme Support. Add a run, view your log or a graph of your run data via the following LogMyRun-specific URLs:
We've gotten some great user feedback and have some great new features coming soon to LogMyRun, including:
- Exporting - export your data via email in CSV format, which is compatible with spreadsheet apps;
- Facebook sharing - in addition to Twitter, email and SMS, LogMyRun 1.1 will support sharing your runs on Facebook;
- Launch Center Pro Support - quickly add a run, view your log or graph your runs via Launch Center Pro.
- Interface Enhancements;
- And More.
Another feature that sets LogMyRun apart from traditional paper-based running logs is its sharing features. LogMyRun users can share their runs with friends, family, teammates, coaches and others using Twitter and email.
LogMyRun is an easy way to enter data about your runs and track your progress; just like you would in a traditional paper-based running log. But with LogMyRun, you can take it a step further. LogMyRun keeps tabs on your runs automatically calculating all sorts of stats: weekly, monthly and annual mileage, fastest and slowest pace, and longest, shortest and average run distance. Each of these stats is available at the bottom of the main screen and can be accessed by swiping left and right to switch between stats views.
LogMyRun is available worldwide on the iTunes Store.
LogMyRun takes the traditional paper running log to a whole new level by taking your run data and displaying it graphically. Simply tap the "Graph My Runs" button from the main screen or tilt your iPhone into landscape mode when you are viewing your log. Your runs will be displayed as a graph, like this:
Owen's first app, MathTime, an app for kids who want to practice their math facts, was recently profiled by TimeOUt Chicago Kids along with five other apps built by kids under 16. You can read more here.
The good folks over at Traxee.com, an online community of women runners, has a feature on its blog about LogMyRunPacer that you can check out here. Beth Moore, a blogger at Traxee says:
I'm a lunatic for cool iPhone apps, so I really wanted to share this with you guys. . . . Just visit http://iTunes.com/apps/LogMyRunPacer to download this app free and try it out! If you like it or hate it, go ahead and rate John's app on iTunes and help him out! I'm sure he'd love the feedback.
Squibner Software is proud to announce that LogMyRun Pacer is now available in the App Store.
LogMyRun Pacer is a free pace calculator for runners. With Pacer you can calculate the pace of your last run, figure out how far you could run the next time you head out the door or determine your next race time at a particular pace. LogMyRun Pacer is easy to use and a great complement to a runner's daily running log. Try it out today for free!
I'm excited to announce that LogMyRun Pacer, a free utility for runners will be available next week on December 22nd. Just in time for Christmas! Pacer is a simple pace calculator for runners. Thanks to everyone who tested Pacer during its beta phase providing valuable insights during the final stages of development.
LogMyRun Pacer is a FREE ad-supported calculator for runners. With Pacer you can calculate the pace of your last run, figure out how far you could run the next time you head out the door or determine your next race time at a particular pace. RunLog Pacer is easy to use and a great complement to a runner's daily running log. Try it out today for free!
Squibner Software is proud to announce that Elementary School District 181, which serves Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills and parts of Burr Ridge, Oak Brook and Willowbrook, Illinois has chosen MathTime to be included on about 150 school district iPod Touches that will be distributed to local elementary schools to help kids learn their math facts. It's an honor to have MathTime chosen by District 181 and gratifying to see that the district understands the power of the iPhone OS as a tool to help kids learn.
MathTime is a math flash card app for the iPhone and iPod Touch that has helped over 1500 kids learn basic math facts
We are pleased to announce an all new version of MathTime is now available on the iTunes App Store. The latest version features an all new colorful UI and an "About" tab that lets users follow Squibner on this site, Twitter and Facebook. We hope you like it. Keep an eye out for more great apps later from Squibner later this year.
UPDATE: MathTime 1.1 is now available on the iTunes Store. Check out the video below and if you like what you see, head on over to the iTunes App Store via the link below to buy for just $0.99.
Coming soon to the iTunes App Store: MathTime v1.1. Here's a look of what you can expect from MathTime v1.1, an easy-to-use math flash card application from Squibner Software:
Two days ago I submitted MathTime version 1.1 to Apple for review. I'm really excited to get users' reaction to the enhancements that I've made to the UI. The update also includes links to Squibner's follow-up MathTime EX app and ways to follow the apps that we have planned for 2010 in a new "About" tab.
I'm really excited about some great UI enhancements coming to MathTime that should make it an even more enjoyable way to learn basic math facts. The current version of MathTime (v1.01), a simple math flash card iPhone app is available now in the iTunes App store here. Stay tuned for the update, which adds several user interface enhancements. It's about 90% complete and will be submitted to Apple for approval before the end of the month.
Owen's second app, MathTime EX, is now available for purchase for just $0.99 on the iTunes Store. Picking up where the original MathTime left off, MathTime EX is an easy-to-use flash card app that adds square roots, squared numbers, and addition and subtraction of multiple numbers. Check it out here and thanks in advance to all of you who buy a copy and help a budding 12-year-old Apple developer.