by Brent Dirks
May 14, 2014
Carrot Fit has gotten even nastier. Originally launched back in January, the app’s cheeky AI wants to help insult your way to fitness. But moving to version 2.0 has added a fun new component – a 7 Minutes in Hell Workout. Users will get to participate in some unique exercises like Invisible Iron Thrones, Territory Markers, and Dragon Mating Dances. Here's a quick promo video about the update. Click here if you can't see it. As you make progress toward fitness goals, you will unlock new difficulty levels, a workout calendar, and more. Along with a new profile to help track progress, users can set up separate workout and weigh-in reminders and customize the intervals. Designed for the iPhone/iPod touch, Carrot Fit can be downloaded now on the App Store for $2.99. There are a number of in-app purchase opportunities available. I really do like this new update. While version 1.0 was fun to play with for a little while, there wasn’t exactly a ton of functionality. But adding the workout really does make it much more useful. I’ll see if I can get the best of Carrot, once again. For other app news and reviews today, see: Fight To The Death For Rome's Glory In Glorious Maximus, Evernote Makes Meetings Even Easier With A New Presentation Mode, and What Happened To Instacast? The Podcast App Will Be Back On The App Store Soon.
CARROT Fit - 7 Minutes in Hell Workout & Weight Tracker