Army Fitness APFT Calculator 4+
Designed for iPad
There is no other APFT program as complete as this one! Updated publications and forms to most current versions to date. The Army Fitness APFT Calculator calculates and fills out Army Physical Fitness Test score cards and Army body fat worksheets based on U.S. Army APFT and weight control program standards! It includes alternate aerobic events and extended scale scores. Updated to universal app - runs on iPad and iPhone.
Automatically fill out a DA Form 705 (Army Physical Fitness Test Scorecard) and DA Form 5500/5501 (Body Fat Content Worksheet) based on stored information for multiple Soldiers!
Fill out DA Forms 705, 5500, 5501 in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) or PureEdge (xfdl) format!!! Email the forms and continue to edit PureEdge data on a computer!
Body fat and weight calculator are included!
APFT scores are calculated instantly! Normal, extended scale, or profile! As requested by users, minimums, maximums, and current points scored is automatically shown.
APFT scores and body fat results can be saved.
Email most recent APFT scores, body fat data, or both for one or more Soldiers in Adobe Acrobat or PureEdge format! Forms are automatically filled from within the app! Data is NOT emailed to some unknown location.
Store Soldiers’ pictures from pictures already on the device or taken from the camera.
Add, delete, edit, reorganize, or even alphabetize Soldier lists.
Tools are included for counting pushups, situps, and run laps. Runner numbers can be also stored. A timer that can be used as a stopwatch is included. Multiple runner scores can be tracked!
An excerpt from FM 7-22 (Appendix A) is included which allows for reading the event standards prior to administering a test. It also allows for instant viewing of the PT score card for pass, fail, or max scores.
Quickly check if a Soldier meets the Army screening weight table then calculate and store body fat data.
Please review to suggest new features or updates. More updates to come!
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Added dark mode support
Updated AR 600-9 to 16 July 2019
Fixed body fat to display warning when next or previous measurement not within 1 inch
Fixed oversize icon in Tools header
Fixed ability to see all help information on iPad
Other user interface enhancements and bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Extended scale is best feature for me
As an Ancient Athlete, I greatly appreciate this app.
I am a life-long amateur athlete and have been tracking my APFT scores w/the printed APFT tables since my 20s. It was a disappointment to me when I finally aged beyond the eldest printed column.
This app, set to Extended Scale, seems to score me at my now “too old” age even though I’m now “off the chart” re the printed tables. I assume the app gets those scores via extrapolation as opposed to collected data, but I’ll take it.
It’s nice too that the app on Extended Scale provides scores above 100%. Even before I’d aged off the table, I often scored better than the Max on each of the 3x tests (sit-ups, push-ups, 2 mile run) and I still do.
I expect to still be using this app a hundred years from now. ;o)
Can you please update the body composition calculator to the June 2013 AR. Appendix B3a It states if the measurements in sequence are not within 1/2 inch that they need to be redone and you cannot continue. The June 2013 AR states that they have to be within 1 inch. Plus the warning that pops up says its using the Nov 2009 reg. Other than that a great app to quickly see where the guys are at.
Update: no longer crashes. Thank you!!
Used to work really well. Now crashes every time I open. Even tried uninstalling, restarting my phone. New iOS the problem? 32 bit? I don’t know :(
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- James Delemar
- 30.9 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
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Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.