July 12, 2010 in Health and Fitness (F)
[prMac.com] Luxembourg City, Luxembourg - publicspace.net, publishers of the best-selling Mac OS X personal ergonomic assistant, MacBreakZ, announces the availability of StretchZ 1.3 for the iOS4. StretchZ is the simple, fun way to de-stress on the go. British cartoonist, Nick Miller, presents twenty of the most effective stress-busting stretches, each lovingly illustrated in Retina Display quality.
The clean, minimalist interface gets straight to the job of getting you to relax and eliminating your pent-up tensions and aches. The built-in timer gives you appropriate timings for each exercise and allows you to use StretchZ hands-free. While you are stretching StretchZ makes sure that your iPhone will not go to sleep, allowing you to fully enjoy the relaxing power of stretching:
* 20 stress busting stretches
* Built-in exercise timer
* Hands-free operation
* Clean, minimalist interface
* Prevents device from going to sleep
The exercises presented in StretchZ for iPhone were first designed for our popular MacBreakZ Personal Ergonomic Assistant that over the last decade and more has helped many thousands of Mac users prevent repetitive strain injury and recover from such injuries.
New in Version 1.3:
* Original Artwork reprocessed for Retina Display Quality
* Full iOS 4 compatibility
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 4.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
StretchZ 1.3 is $3.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category.
publicspace.net was founded by Frank Reiff in 1996 with the aim of producing affordable best-of-breed software for the Macintosh. In the past decade, our A Better Finder series of file utilities and our MacBreakZ personal ergonomic assistant have become familiar fixtures of the Macintosh community. More recently Vitamin-R has breathed new life into the Macintosh Getting Things Done community. publicspace.net is also active in the Windows software market. Copyright 1996-2008 publicspace.net. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.