Running app Tempo adds personal bests, wheelchair workouts, and highlights
What you need to know
- Running app Tempo has gained personal bests, wheelchair workouts, and more.
Tempo has long been a popular running app but it's also had one missing feature – the ability to track your personal bests. That's now been fixed in a new update with more thrown in for good measure.
The addition of wheelchair workout support is an excellent one and the more fitness and workout apps that include these kinds of workouts, the better. There's also a new annual highlights feature that gives users more data on their past selves.
In terms of personal bests, the developer behind the app says that actually implementing it wasn't as easy as some might expect – thanks in part to the fact all data remains on your device rather than being shipped off to a remote server.
Regardless, it's here now, and users can now see their personal best data from within Tempo for the first time. You can download the updated Temp from the App Store now (opens in new tab). The app is free with in-app purchases available for those looking for more advanced features.
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