One of the problems with a complex game like League of Legends is how easy it is to get rusty. If you don’t play every day, you can quickly lose ability, and when you come back to the game you’ll find it much more difficult to play, even for a short absence of a week or two. Reiterate can help you get back on track quickly.
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I’ve been blogging for three years now. Here’s a look back at what I did for 2023.
Version 1.6.0 of Reiterate has been released and is now available.
Many people feel stuck when they ask themselves, “How can I improve?” A better question to ask might be, “How can I be less bad?”
Reiterate version 1.5.1 is now available on the App Store!
What does Reiterate have in common with top-tier Olympic coaches? It’s all in your head.
Reiterate has been updated to version 1.4.3 and is now available on the App Store.
Everyone agrees that autopiloting is a bad habit. Here’s how you can use Reiterate, and specifically its Acknowledgement feature, to eliminate autopilot from your game play.
As part of the Acknowldgement update to Reiterate, I also took advantage of the rewrite to move the app’s core audio code to the new Swift async/await concurrency model.
Reiterate 1.4.0, with the new Acknowledgement feature, is now available on the App Store!
Integrating the AVAudioEngine API into the rest of my app meant retooling some basic functionality, like saving .wav files.
This blog post by Marcus Buffet on Thoughts on Improving on Chess made some interesting points about self-improvement in general and how to properly use self-improvement tools, and I thought there was much there that could also apply to improving at esports. I recommend reading it; it’s not too long. Then you can return here for my thoughts.
Speakerphone mode is now working for the Acknowledgement feature!
Acknowledgement is taking a lot longer than I initially had hoped, but I continue to make progress.
I’m currently making adjustments to the acknowledgement feature based on beta feedback.
Here is a progress report on the Acknowledgement feature, which is coming along nicely.
Reiterate is meant to be a tool to reduce autopiloting. One of my greatest frustrations as I’ve used Reiterate is when I’ve finished a game session only to realize that I never heard Reiterate play a single clip. The lack of awareness can be so strong that it masks out the audio prompts Reiterate plays. That pretty much negates the entire point of the app.
There are many apps and sites out there that track statistics for you: damage per minute, farm per minute, deaths, kills, etc. Like any other sport, it’s possible to generate all kinds of statistics, and most of it is crap.
Tap-to-acknowledge is an upcoming feature in the next release of Reiterate