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PT Timer: Stretch & Exercise

Version: 3.0.5
Category: Health & Fitness
2 day(s) ago
Price: $2.99

Based on 121 reviews. (121 reviews)
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• ”I tried quite a few and this is the best one hands down!"
• ”I might actually DO the exercises my PT prescribed, thanks to this app!"
• ”I've looked at many timers for stretches, floor exercises, weight lifting... and this is the perfect one!"

Physical Therapy or Personal Training: this app keeps time, counts reps and sets, and allows you to schedule your exercises. YOU ENTER YOUR OWN EXERCISES, instructions, pictures, and setup your entire workout. You enter rep count, set count and durations, then PT Timer gives you clear verbal commands and cues to keep you going, while you can focus on something else. You can fine-tune the timer settings to fit your own pace perfectly. Some of these features are available only during the free trial or with a paid subscription as described below.

• "The app is very easy to use and has resulted in the quality of my exercises increasing markedly … it does meet my needs to a "T"!"
• "Best one ever. Have tried 2 others. At 65 stretching is important and this app helps."
• "…it lets you focus on other things if you have simple boring exercises."

Version 2 users should note some of the current limitations of 3.0: Please read more at

A one week free trial lets you experience full functionality of PT Timer. After the free trial you can choose to continue using PT Timer in Basic Mode, or purchase a subscription to continue with the full functionality.
• Functionality and services provided only with a subscription: timing and counting; adding and editing exercises and workouts; change of schedules; technical support. For information about terms of subscription, see below.
• Basic Mode includes: view the regiment of exercises that you setup during the free trial or during an active subscription; view instructions and pictures; receive alerts according to the already defined schedule; check-off when you have completed exercises and enter and view notes about the ease or difficulty of completing each exercise.
• Note that this app does not itself provide any exercises or instructions (other than a couple of examples). You must enter exercises and instructions for your own needs.

• Avoid counting seconds and repetitions.
• Focus on something else while exercising.
• Get clear voice cues throughout your workout.
• Add photos and notes for directions.
• Fine-tune timers down to the last detail.
• Combine exercises into entire workouts.
• Schedule your exercises and receive reminders.

We listen to you! If you find problems or limitations, please be as specific as possible, so that PT Timer can be improved. If you found a bug ------please also send email------ since additional information may be needed to fix the problem. Thanks for taking the time!

Several subscription options are available for purchase: 1 month, 3 months, and 1 year periods. The prices of subscriptions vary by country and are shown within the app. Payment will be charged to the iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. A subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. The iTunes Account will be charged within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the price specified for current subscription. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription.

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• Fixed an issue where playing through workouts in a session could fail.
• Fixed so that audio does not lag behind visual cues, even for fast-paced exercises while playing music in the background.
• Fixed a case where pictures could not be deleted from exercise instructions.
• New: For those who like to listen to music during exercises, relying mainly on the visual cues, "music ducking" is now off by default; you can turn it back on in configurations.
• New: Upon launch, you are shown the tab where you left off (New, Workouts, or Sessions).