Review from mar'itza
Fantastic(: Great app, works smoothly, and its easy to use.
Basics need work. Needs full RFLKT support. Ended up on Runkeeper because it alone has the connectivity I need, but the efforts of others exploiting the Health Graph is key. Edited activity names only show in the app so are of limited use and the embryonic RFLKT support is laughable. Time handling is a bit odd and causes syncing issues. Many other features found in other apps are lacking, with route handling being particularly basic. Pace of development is worryingly slow and what they do develop seems to be social fluff rather than core stuff.
Fun and easy to use! Some great FREE training programs, fun to connect with friends for accountability. Easy to use and add other types of exercise.
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Pretty good app! It worked on my old phone that didn't have mobile data, which was awesome. It showed my route, but with no map. It keeps a (hopefully) accurate log of my distance and speed, unless I run through an area that doesn't have a good GPS signal (like a forest). If I use data, it shows the route I took overlaid on a map. That part is really helpful, as are the stats it gives me.
A few more features would make this perfect for me. Audio cues triggered according to time/distance in split. Multiple cue intervals (Example: a current pace every .25 miles. Average pace every mile, with option to play both if they line up). Non-vocal cues such as a single chime. Ability to text a link for run tracking. Ability to correct run data (there's nowhere to gain 1200' elevation where I live)
Introducing Featured Workouts! Think of them as mini Challenges with motivating rewards, which you can access right from the Challenges tab. We added the functionality for some of these to include interval workouts, so stay tuned if you enjoy speedwork.
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