It's a well rounded app. I've been using it since 2012, so I've got a fair amount of experience with it. The app has great features like audio pass through when listening to music, and updates on your pace and distance. Some downsides include that if you forget to hit stop, your data for the run is essentially null and void, you have to way to adjust your time after a run. A cool rectification for this would for it to auto stop after a certain distance. Another downside isn't really the apps fault, but phone location tracking isn't always 100% accurate, so a measured 5km run, may only work out to be about 4.8km after you use your GPS.
Very good app. I have been using it now for over 5 years and only have problems when trying to pair with a polar heart rate monitor. It's accurate, easy to use, and it has helped motivate me to Run. I upgraded to the Pro version so I can track progress.
I have used this app for years and loved it but after the recent update the GPS tracking is so bad it's not worth using. Lots of people are complaining about this issue but as yet no resolution. This morning my run was inacurrate by more than 2k! I am successfully using other GPS apps on my phone and they're fine so this is definately a Runkeeper issue - Please sort it or roll-back the app to a version which works!
Very poor GPS tracking. Lovely informative graphs, but no use if they only capture part of your data. This morning I set out to try for my longest run but got no GPS for the entire 15km run. It was out in the open and I had GPS on other apps, but not Runkeeper. Very frustrating Needs fixing.
NEW account setup is dumb. What if you were born in 1971? There's no way to enter your birth date without hitting the month button backward a hundred times. Seriously, test your own app.
Using for many years intermittently.. Except one part where it seems runkeeper is hell bent on finding data connection first before "discovering"( and causing me real frustration).. Everything else seems to work the way it should.
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.