XFORCE Tracker 4+

Technology for all warriors


Designed for iPad

    • 2.1 • 11 Ratings
    • Free



Specifically designed non-wearable device to make martial art training fun like never before. With advanced sensor technology and AI, we can now compete with everyone in the world in a safe, convenient and easy way regardless of your location, experience, or the type of martial art you are practicing. As long as you can find a punching bag, Combat Strike Tracker is the only thing you need for all the joy.

Instead of measuring single punch or kick, the XFORCE system also takes your speed and endurance into account, making the result more trustworthy and reliable, as well as easier to track your training progress.

What’s New

Version 1.5.2

New Function New Button

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

LyndonTynes ,

Very good app, but lacks something in “Training” Mode

Hey developers, I do enjoy your application but there are 2 things you need to include in this app: 1) in “Training” mode after you’ve chosen however many rounds you want, there should be an indicator on the “Training” screen as to which round you’re in - there’s just no way to know which round I’m in when I’ve chosen a high number of rounds and 2) In “Training” mode there should be a final cumulative “Training Results” counter that shows how many bag strikes there were PER round. This would help someone see if the number of strikes is less, equal or more from the early to later rounds. Once you put this in this I will recommend this product to my gym.

sugapablo ,

Seems OK, but one big problem...

It works, but there doesn’t seem to a way to recall your previous workouts. How can that be? How can you measure progress? Pen and paper?

TexasTarheel77 ,

App Crashing makes the Tracker hardware useless

Brought tracker for my heavy bag. Still being sold retail, but app crashes upon opening making the tracker a paperweight. Frustrating.

App Privacy

The developer, SEROSE, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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