Apple released iOS 4 within a few days of our 4.0 release. Now we’re about to release our 4.1 version, and wouldn’t you know, Apple plans to ship the iOS 4.1 release later this week. If anybody wants to know when iOS 5 will come out, we’ll consult our development calendar and let you know.
We’re pleased to announce that the latest update (version 4.1) of Cyclemeter, Runmeter, and Walkmeter, which have been in development for about four months now. What’s new:
- Automatic Stop Detection senses when you have stopped moving and attributes time automatically to stopped time, so that your elapsed time and other statistics cover only when you are moving. Elapsed time will continue to increase until the stop is detected, and then will roll back to when the stop started. Note: Off by default, turn on in Settings.
- Calendar Sharing synchronizes your workouts to your iPhone Calendar when you tap the Done button in the Stopwatch view, and when a workout is edited. This is useful because the iPhone Calendar may be shared with iCal or Outlook, and with external calendars, such as Google Calendar or Microsoft Exchange.
Click the links above to learn more. The update is free, just use iTunes or the App Store application on your iPhone.