Re: BETA update
Jean Menzies <jemenzies@...>
Yes, iSmoothRun is quite accessible. There are areas that aren’t, but the voice feedback during a workout and viewing the log history all work nicely. I don’t have any useful vision, and it works well. I do have a bit of trouble creating specific workouts, so I don’t do that very much. I tend to modify the base workouts rather than creating lengthy ones of my own. I’m sure if I spent more time with it, I would figure it out. E.g., prompting for intervals, etc. I just set it to report evry minute, and change things up on my own.
I think if I spent time with it, though, it would be quite doable. But for my useage, just working with the defaults works go
All of the apps I mentioned are free.
From: CCB Health & Fitness
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 12:05 PM
Subject: Re: [ccbhealthandfitness] BETA update
excellent feedback, thanks!
the ismoothrun…do you find it pretty accessible, as in you can navigate and gather data from app pretty easily?
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