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*
Best app for running. Over the year I have had it, it's only tracked my miles wrong once. It is an awesome free app, easy to track your run or add other activities. RunKeeper GO is a cheap upgrade which allows you to monitor your progress throughout each activity. On runkeeper GO, your friends can live track you, my husband uses this when I run at night. I've been using this app for years and its great.
I'm just getting back into running and it's too cold (for me!) to run outside yet. I haven't used this app to its full with GPS, I've only been using the timer for my treadmill workouts. So far it's been awesome motivation for me because of the tracking, notifications and emails. I also like that it announces every 5 elapsed minutes, I use that as my pace change alarm! I'm excited to get outside with this.
This used to be one of my favs. But the current connectivity problems have put me off runkeeper. (I like to use Garmin software on my fitness devices, diet trackers for food intake, and sometimes Google Fit) . None of these have been properly syncing, even though both runkeeper and the other vendor's software report connected. From what I've been reading, this has been a long-lasting problem with no solution. All this and my 45min workout was reported by runkeeper as 16min. Really?????
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.