Gentler Streak, the 2023 Apple Design Award finalist, now supports a total of 124 workout types that users can track with their Apple Watch. In addition to this, the popular fitness app now supports Brazilian-Portuguese localization.
Gentler Streak updated to version 3.2 with bug fixes, sick/injured days, and more
15 new workout types
Version 3.2 of Gentler Streak offers fifteen new workout types for users to track in addition to the 109 workout types already available, bringing the total of workout types to 124. The new workout types include Quadball, Racing, Trail Running, Snowshoeing, Ski Touring, Disc Golf, Ultimate Frisbee, Foot Biking, Pole Dancing, Mobility Exercises, and more. There’s even Stroller Jogging and Stroller Walking now. Let’s not forget Guide Dog Walking and Goalball for people who are blind or with low vision.
In addition to English and Spanish, Gentler Streak now offers Brazilian-Portuguese localization to make the app accessible to more users around the globe.
We are proud to share that people speaking Brazillian-Portuguese can now use Gentler Streak in their mother tongue! In the coming months, we plan to add support for more European languages and later focus on Asia.
Sick and injured days become part of streak in the Activity Recap
One of the reasons why Gentler Streak is so popular with users is the aspect of well-being the app encourages. With the latest update, sick and injured days are considered part of a user’s streak. Users will now be able to log days when they are unable to participate in workouts due to illness or injury.
Resolved GPS tracking issue
The update also resolves a GPS tracking issue that was affecting some users. Now, when users update the app to version 3.2, they will be greeted with a What’s New banner, which offers guidance on how to solve the issue.
You can download Gentler Streak for free from the App Store here. To celebrate the latest update of the app, the developers are offering 50% off on a yearly family premium for new and old users as a limited-time offer.
Note that the app requires iOS 13.0 or later to work on iPhone.
Learn more about previous Gentler Streak updates below: