Description of App
Make getting in shape suck so much less with CARROT's hilarious fitness app.
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CARROT is a sadistic AI construct with one simple goal: to transform your flabby carcass into a Grade A specimen of the human race. She will do whatever it takes - including threatening, inspiring, ridiculing, and bribing you - to make this happen.
You will get fit - or else.
7 Minutes in Hell Workout
Employing SCIENCE™ to compact an hours-long workout program into just 7 sweat-and-pop-culture-soaked minutes, CARROT will train you personally on exercises like Mt. Doom Climbs, Celebrity Face Punches, and Dragon Mating Dances.
You get 30 seconds for each of the 12 punishing exercises,* with 10 seconds of rest in between just in case you need to hydrate, catch your breath, or vomit into a bucket.
This diabolical interval workout can be completed anywhere, at any time, so you have no excuse not to be in fighting shape when the Robopocalypse begins.
*12 additional exercises can be unlocked via in-app purchase.
Lose (or Gain) Weight In Style
Are you ready to have so much fun tracking your weight that you'll actually look forward to hopping on your scale? All you have to do is punch in your current weight, then sit back and let CARROT pass judgment upon you.
WARNING: If you blimp up or slim down too much, CARROT will be upset. When CARROT is upset, she gets mean. When CARROT gets mean, there is a 74.9% chance that she will make you cry.
Claim Your Rewards
If you work out and slough off those extra pounds, CARROT will reward you with fabulous prizes like app upgrades, cat facts, and permission to watch your friend eat a bag of potato chips.
Track Your Awesomeness
Because math is hard, CARROT will do all the number-crunching for you. See how many steps you've taken today, chart your weight loss on a pretty graph, view your workouts on a calendar, and more!
And because CARROT syncs with Apple's Health app, she can save your weight and workout data to the HealthKit database. She can also monitor - and comment on! - fitness activity logged with other HealthKit-compatible apps, even when you're not actively using her.
- Work out with a hilarious AI construct
- Enjoy 3+ hours of spoken tips, encouragement, and ridicule
- Travel through time, protect your property from hobos, and appease an elder god in 12 original, never-before-seen exercises
- Get 12 additional exercises via in-app purchase
- Record your weight up to once a day
- Bond with your cute & cuddly meatbag avatar
- Unlock app upgrades as reward for getting fit
- Set reminders so you'll never forget a workout
- Track your weight progress on a pretty graph
- Set a goal weight that you'll likely never meet
- See how many steps you've taken today
- Check your BMI to determine if you're still obese
- Back up all your data with Dropbox sync support
- Sync data with Apple's Health app
Don't make CARROT angry. Download her immediately!
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Apple Watch Support
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This app is fully accessible. The only thing to note is that, during a workout, you can double tap the screen to pause. Once paused, you can quit, view instructions, or resume the workout. I point this out because it isn't made clear in the app itself.
This is a great app. The speech means you don't need to touch your phone or use VoiceOver at all during a workout; just start the workout, put your phone somewhere you can hear it (or use headphones) and follow the instructions. No visuals to worry about, no need to review text with VoiceOver, it's just a fun and easy way to get some physical activity in. I'm not saying you need to disable VoiceOver, only that you don't need to interact with your device while you work out using this app. Plus, the developer seems quite open to suggestions regarding VoiceOver; I tried this app, found some problems with accessibility, reported them, and found them fixed in an update a few days later.
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2 people have recommended this app
This app isn't free. As far as i know it's 2 pounds something i think £2.75
I bought the app and it's good. The only thing is, there's a strange symble on the end of the name when you scroll to the app. I'll report that. I know Carrot can track your steps, rate and other things but could you recommend some apps to me for these features to work? I go to a gym and would like to keep track of my hart rate, wait and how long I've done something for, for example the treadmill. Is there any apps for that, that tie into carot IF there's not but there's apps that do that, I can get my money back using the apple refund thing in the uK. Although I'm not sure how that works.
Thanks, yes, the app does cost. I had just entered the other app (Carrot Hunger) which is free, so was thinking of that.
Two things, Brad. First, for heart rate, you'll want an external sensor that you wear and that can send that data to your Health app (iOS8 and above). There are apps that use the camera to take your pulse, but you have to open the app and hold your finger perfectly still for fifteen or thirty seconds, whereas a wristband is automatic and always on. Of course, it also costs a lot, so the inconvenience of an app might be worth putting up with for you.
Carrot Hunger can track exercises. Go to "report calories", then find and double tap the "switch to exercise view" button. From there, find your exercise, enter the duration, and add it. This is a calorie/exercise-tracking app with the same sarcastic and berating personality as Carrot Fit, and it's free. I'm sure there are many other apps that can also track exercise, but I haven't tried any. Whichever you go with, just be sure it can sync with Apple's Health app (again, iOS8 and above) so that Carrot and other apps will know about your workouts and can adjust accordingly.
Hi, apparently Carrot has two more apps, carrot alarm, and carrot todo list. Does anyone know if these are accessible? They look completely wonderfuly amazing.
I really like the app. It's great but it doesn't exactly do what I wanted. So I got my money back.
I like the ap, don't get me wrong and if you want to exersize and have fun whilst doing it, I'd recommend it. it's just not for me.
I got this app a while ago when it was free for a limited time, Was goign to send off an email to the dev, but never got around to it. Before everything was accessible apart from the start button. Voiceover was unable to read it. Glad this is full accessible now. and happy to hear the dev is open to voiceover.