Both iKeepActive and iKeepActive have been voluntarily removed from the App Store last year, but have been re-instated with new versions in the App Sore after the 2015 Holidays. Both applications include updates to their core functionalities to use the newest Apple OS X APIs EventKit and AVFoundation, retiring CalendarStore and QuicktimeKit, respectively. This will
Both products iKeepActive and iKeepActive Lite have been voluntarily pulled out from the Mac App Store earlier this year and will remain out until further notice.
What’s New in Version 1.2.0 – Added an average (mean) percentage column to the data table – Added a line graph showing relative drops in body fat percentage, weight and BMI. – Added the ability to modify the date that a measurement was taken in the data table (after the fact), in case you are
This release adds printing support, PDF export, mood ratings and many user interface improvements: Improved hi-res multiresolution icons. Added the ability to print or export to PDF, to allow you to show your log to your doctor or dietician. Added the ability to rate moods from 1-10. Added average (mean) rating of your logged moods
In spite of the fact that there’s nothing but colder weather ahead for the next few months in the northern regions of the world, it’s important to replace your outdoor activities with winter sports or at least some gym time. And while you might think a little bit of winter fat might help keep you
Added a new mechanism for tracking when scheduled activities are due in Mountain Lion. – For earlier versions of OS X, the Applescript system is still used for tracking due activities. – Rearranged the flow of information on the Summary View for ease of the new user. – Added 4 more available activities. – Quite
It has been a long time in waiting (especially long for OS X Mountain Lion users), but the latest version of iKeepActive has been approved by Apple, and is now available in the Mac App Store now. The release focus is on Mountain Lion Fixes, but other features and improvements have also been added so
The lastest update for iKeepActive fixes the issue with the Calendar app not being able to run iKeepActive when your scheduled activities are due on their calendar date, a limitation introduced in Mountain Lion. This version also supports previous versions of OSX, Lion and Snow Leopard. Some new features were also added. This update has
OSX Mountain Lion has been released the other day, which unfortunately disables support for iCal running scripts. Therefore if you have Mountain Lion and iKeepActive or iKeepActive Lite it will open the script instead of running it when your exercises are due. Please click the run button in the Applescript editor when it pops up.
The first 10 eligible Twitter users to publicly tweet #giveaway @iKeepActive and provide a link to these rules will receive a free copy of iKeepActive, the workout scheduling and calorie counting software for Mac OSX. If you don’t own a Mac, then win a copy for your friend. The free copies of iKeepActive (each of