July 3, 2014
Carrot Fit, the workout and weight tracking app featuring the same eponymous cheeky AI that torments users in Carrot To-Do and Carrot Alarm, has just received another major update. Released late last January, Carrot Fit was updated to version 2.0 last May with the introduction of the dastardly named 7 Minutes in Hell workout (featured in the video below), among other enhancements. Now, the app has been updated to version 2.1 with additional features, including three highly requested ones: iCloud support, a new weight gain mode, and historical weight entry. With iCloud support, you can now sync and back up your data on Carrot Fit, thereby enabling you to use the app on multiple iOS devices. With weight gain mode, the app can now help you put on some mass "without earning a scathing rebuke from your A.I. overlord." And with historical weight entry, you can now tell Carrot Fit how much you weighed even from way back when. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Carrot Fit 2.1 also includes the following improvements, according to Carrot herself:
Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, Carrot Fit 2.1 is available now on the App Store as a free update or as a new $2.99 download. Carrot To-Do and Carrot Alarm are available in the App Store for $1.99 each. Also available from Carrot developer Grailr is the reverse to-do app Recur, which also goes for $1.99.
- Tap and hold my ocular sensor to toggle my primary function between the workout and weight tracker modules.
- Check out the victory podium on the workout complete screen to see how many calories you burned during your trip to hell.
- More bug fixes for U.K. users courtesy of the Queen's royal corgis.
CARROT Fit - 7 Minutes in Hell Workout & Weight Tracker
Recur! The Reverse To-Do List