Might look nice and everything, but definitely does not deliver. The running plan is poor, there is poor sync between the app and the web account - I had a plan in the app but nothing on the website. Not worth the time and money
Run keeper is my constant companion. I love that it interacts with MIO slice to report my average and current heart rate. I do mostly hiking and cycling. At 74 I need the heart rate info to keep me from overdoing. Thanks for the gear app. JB
Even for a non-runner like me, Runkeeper helps me stay motivated to track my walks, hikes, snowshoeing, and yoga activities in an easy-to-use app. I love being able to cheer on friends & family who use the app, too.
I am unable to log a run as the GPS does not get any signal even though my location settings are on
The fact that the custom training plan (the whole reason I subscribed) cannot be adjusted is more than mildly annoying. I've already started my training but I want to change the days I run and rest so I ended my plan to start a new one, only to be told I can't run so soon, preventing me from creating a plan (a feature I paid for) instead of warning me and / or letting me link or manually key in my ongoing training to the plan. Other than that, it got good integration with other services but that's about it. Runtastic is better in everything else, especially in consistency.
This is an amazing app that tells the accurate route and distance and has options like playing music using any of the music apps in your phone.. in short 5*
Introducing a brand new Android Wear 2.0 experience! Leave your phone at home. You can now track a run with a GPS-enabled watch alone.
All stats tracked with your watch will sync with the app on your phone. That means you’ll be able to see mapped routes after you save.