Simple C25K

Simple C25K


Simple C25K is a very simple, free and open source application that can be used to follow Josh Clark's famous 'Couch to 5k' running plan. After every interval the phone will vibrate and beep to let you know you have to start or stop running. The application can run entirely in the background so playing your own music during your exercise will not be a problem.

If you have any suggestions for improvement of this application or if you have problems using it send me an email and I'll see what I can do.


Description of the permissions used:

android.permission.WAKE_LOCK
Keeps the processor in an active state. This ensures the timer will go off at the right moment.

android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE
Is used to detect incoming phone calls. If a call is detected during the workout, the application will be paused to make sure the alarm will not go off midst conversation.

android.permission.VIBRATE
Is used to vibrate the phone if an interval has come to an end.

Recent changes:
0.2.4:
* alerts preference added

0.2.3:
* Added a preferences menu to change sound/vibration settings.
* Fixed some layout issues.
* Fixed a np exception.

0.2.2:
* Added a countdown for the total workout time.
* Less buttons.
* Interface is now fully compatible with small devices.

0.2.1:
* Updated week 1 from 6 to 8 repeats (Thanks for pointing this out Jenny)
* Fixed week 2

0.2.0:
* Skip button
* Fixed some 'Force Close' bugs
* Support for Android 2.1
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Free
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4.4
User ratings
211
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
128 kb
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About Simple C25K
Simple C25K is a very simple, free and open source application that can be used to follow Josh Clark's famous 'Couch to 5k' running plan. After every interval the phone will vibrate and beep to let you know you have to start or stop running. The application can run entirely in the background so playing your own music during your exercise will not be a problem.

If you have any suggestions for improvement of this application or if you have problems using it send me an email and I'll see what I can do.


Description of the permissions used:

android.permission.WAKE_LOCK
Keeps the processor in an active state. This ensures the timer will go off at the right moment.

android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE
Is used to detect incoming phone calls. If a call is detected during the workout, the application will be paused to make sure the alarm will not go off midst conversation.

android.permission.VIBRATE
Is used to vibrate the phone if an interval has come to an end.

Recent changes:
0.2.4:
* alerts preference added

0.2.3:
* Added a preferences menu to change sound/vibration settings.
* Fixed some layout issues.
* Fixed a np exception.

0.2.2:
* Added a countdown for the total workout time.
* Less buttons.
* Interface is now fully compatible with small devices.

0.2.1:
* Updated week 1 from 6 to 8 repeats (Thanks for pointing this out Jenny)
* Fixed week 2

0.2.0:
* Skip button
* Fixed some 'Force Close' bugs
* Support for Android 2.1

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A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
Simple and excellent Would love a halfway there (turnaround) sound, and a way to selectively uncheck completed runs (without clearing all data in android's app mgr), but am more than willing to overlook these for SIIMPLE and small app footprint. App runs so reliably in background w/ music player etc. App is is so reliable. Best c25k I've seen. Thank you.
A Google User
Jun 6, 2014
Simple, effective Runs independent of anything else, simple beeps to let you know to change. No silly login required, no useless features, does exactly what it's supposed to and nothing more.
A Google User
May 28, 2014
Great app This is just what I was looking for. Basically a timer with alarms. Perfect.
A Google User
May 16, 2014
It's okay App is fine, it does the job. I wish it had a half-way alert so I know when to turn around and head home. I like that it's simple and there are NO ADS to accidentally click on.
A Google User
May 5, 2014
Easy Does what it says it does. No bells & whistles but effective!