• Laps while exercising
• Days since you quit smoking
• Number of people in your club
• How much weight you've lost
Tapping anywhere on your watch face adds to your counter and gives you haptic feedback. You don't have to stare at your wrist while counting!
Includes a watch complication that lets you easily check and access the counter.
To decrement or clear the counter, force press on your watch face.
Records up to 2,147,483,647 taps. Knock yourself out.
• Multicolor complications are now an option for folks who are offended by such garishness
• The watch interface and complication color can be customized using your phone
• The current count on the watch can be viewed on your phone
Ratings and Reviews
It's such a simple app, but it works so well. I have not had it crash on me once and I use it several times a day. I use it to keep track of how much I vape because I am trying to cut back each day so someday I can eventually quit.
I would give it 5 stars if we had the option between showing the amount on the watch face OR just the plus icon that's in the app. Also if we had the choice to change the app to the same color choices as the watch faces so it would match better.
If these could be implemented it would easily be a 5 star app from me. I do realize these are just small aesthetic peeves I have. The productivity of the app I have no problem with at all. It's perfect in that department.
Great for tracking water intake
I use this app to track how many ounces of water I drink a day.
At the end of the day, I enter that number in my fitness tracker app. It's much faster and easier to tap the complication on my watch face than going directly to a fitness app on my phone; I also don't get distracted by other apps and notifications on the phone.
Wish list: The *option* to track up to 4 different things, with a different colored counter in each corner.
Simple counter for Apple Watch
This app is great for my watch when I run laps on the track. The track is very small (1/12 mile) so I can easily lose track of my laps. With the watch app, a simple tap on the screen will log a new lap. There is also a 'compilation' for the watch that allows you to see from the face what your last count was.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.