Review from mar'itza
Fantastic(: Great app, works smoothly, and its easy to use.
Much improved since my last rating. Still improvements possible but easily the best out there
Using it to map new trails
I wish my phone wasn't so flaky because this app is great, but if I lose GPS tracking, the results are inaccurate. I've used RunKeeper for years and years, miles and miles, marathons and half marathons, and love posting results to twitter and Facebook, sharing the course map I ran and even the timing between miles. There's actually more functions than I use, but that's because I'm technologically lazy.
If you are looking for an app that tracks your runs/jogs/walks, this app is great. I use this one for jogs and jefit for lifting. It's a solid app. Does the job, does it well. I feel like this app should have more features though. I'm trying to fine tune my fitness for optimal results so I do intervals of sprints/walks and jog/walks interchangeably, and it does not do a good split of intervals. I think it does an average of your slow pace and an average of your high pace instead of just tracking what your pace was. I stoped using my fitbit and miss it for the accurate splits it tracked. However it does have fun challenges that pop up which are fun and motivativing. Sometimes the prize for completing a challenge is a discount at their store.
I tried it because of synchronisation with fitbit. I haven't seen anything special regarding synchronisation. Also serious issues with syncing with web app. My activity was lost also in my smartphone. Then I tried the forum, and I noticed other users having the same issue but absolutely no response... If the forum is not active it is a really bad think...
I've had this app for iPhone and it was fine but on my Moto 4 play I am fighting it on every single run. Doesn't start, pauses randomly, doesn't announce intervals, can't correct GPS at all getting intervals that are saying my pace is 56 minutes on half mile and 4 minutes the next. Awful and slow. Freezes EVERY screen
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.