July 29, 2010 in Sports (E)
[prMac.com] Dallas, Texas - Announcing that Volatile Works LLC, the developers of Swim Express Stopwatch 2.2 have released an important update. The Swim Express app uniquely offers data collection, calculation and storage to help swimmers improve their athletic performance. Thanks to this latest update, users benefit from more accurate formulas for computing stroke efficiency and a new website where they can upload, store and analyze data.
In addition, Volatile Works LLC announces their release of Swim Express Lite 2.2. This free version is fully functional and comparable to Swim Express 2.2 except for a small number of archive options.
Alex Weidemann, co-founder of Volatile Works, was inspired to develop an app for swimmers who are serious about their training, "As a coach and swimmer myself, I created this app for swimmers and swim coaches who want to take their race data to the next level. Sometimes knowing the lap times isn't enough. Stoke rate and distance per stroke are factors that must be considered when determining swimming efficiency. Swim Express 2.2 and SeetheSpeed make this possible now." SeetheSpeed is the name of the website that developers are now offering free access to for Swim Express purchasers. The app syncs with the site to allow the user's collected data to be uploaded and saved. Information can then be retrieved from archives to be examined and to track improvements.
Swim Express is an invaluable tool for anyone serious about competition swimming. It turns an ordinary iDevice into a coaching assistant. Of course, it offers accurate stopwatch functioning but it does a lot more. The app has an easy to use interface with start, stop and split features which can be activated by pushing the device's volume buttons. Users can now track, store and analyze lap and stroke rate and distance, as well as other important information that offers clues to performance improvement.
* Stopwatch and stroke efficiency calculator in one
* Gathers and displays data then stores it for later review
* Unlimited number of organized trials lists can be saved
* Data lists can be uploaded via free website syncing with SeetheSpeed.com
* Tracks lap times, stroke rate, speed and estimated distance per stroke
* Uses volume buttons on side of device for quick and easy use of Start/Stop/Split
* Just press 'Stroke' or shake the device at the completion of each stroke cycle and press 'Split' on a flip turn to use
* Get additional information on overall efficiency thru coaching analysis
Swim Express Stopwatch is bound to change the way swimmers train, equipping them with a modern, more comprehensive way to handle the details that matter most. Using the app frees a coach up, so they can watch the swimmer. The application will do the work, calculating all of the data that is crucial for tracking trials and striving for optimum performance. Swim Express Stopwatch is the only app available in the iTunes store that can collect and display stroke efficiency data.
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iPhone iOS 3.0 or later
* 0.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SwimExpress Stopwatch 2.2 is only $2.99 (USD) (currently includes free website syncing) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Sports category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Volatile Works is a progressive software company based in Fort Worth, Texas. The company consists of a small team of leaders and programmers specializing in iPhone sports applications, specifically in the swimming realm. Their goals are to continue to revolutionize the way data is taken and analyzed by coaches and athletes, alike. Constantly thinking of new ideas or how to improve on existing ones, the developers at Volatile Works are taking the next step in providing the sports world with what they want and developing applications based on the needs of the user. Copyright (C) 2010 Mobile-App-Marketing-Makeover & Edward Turner. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.