2 years ago, Chapelheel66
Very Flexible, but Hijacks Apple Fitness
Have always liked this timer, starting with free version and eventually buying. It is very customizable, with sounds, colors, different kinds of workouts, etc. You can sync your intervals from the iphone to the Apple Watch (not vice versa), and you get great functionality on the watch, if you just run Seconds on the Watch as your sole workout app. HOWEVER, if you run Seconds on the Watch, your normal Apple Watch Fitness/Activity app will not run (or will stop running). Seconds will write your heart rate to the Health app, but nothing else, and your Seconds workout will not help complete any Fitness rings, record calories in Fitness, etc. So basically, you give up the Fitness Watch app when using Seconds on your Watch. So I run Seconds on the phone, and Fitness on the Watch, but that undermines what I thought would be a huge benefit of having Seconds on the Watch (e.g., I wouldn’t have to take my phone on a run). So honestly, I was pretty disappointed that I paid for Seconds and it couldn’t work on the Watch with Fitness (or alternatively, write the same data TO Fitness that I would get with Fitness).