Technology to give spoken directions on an unfamiliar route has existed for 15+ years. In my view, the whole point of this software was to guide me through a new route in an area I was not familiar with.... Instead, the only thing the voice tells me are my splits. On a route that I am familiar with, my Casio watch did that 20 years ago. Pretty lame.
Very easy and user friendly. Ive tried the Nike running app and it was way too complicated. There are new features that I have not checked out but as far as the basics, it is really good. Tracks well and has grear goals.
Honestly the best and most reliable fitness app I have ever used. I've been a member for over 3 years and have nothing but positive things to say. One thing to note: I used the Samsung health app to record my runs after taking months off, and realized that a 3 mile run was actually only 2.53 miles on the Samsung health app, yet using a GPS and MapMyRun you'll get a more accurate reading. Don't let the convenience of built in health apps stop you from downloading something better
I was previously using mapmyrun on iPhone and I couldn't be any happier so I downloaded it on my android but the app stopped working in the middle of my workout. Randomly started again when I didn't even want it to start. Big disappointment for Android.
Good all around, easy to quickly start and stop on the fly. No pop up ads. Wish the voice wasn't so annoying in the free version though.
I've been using this app for a couple of years now for all my running, walking, and hiking. I absolutely love it! It's easy to use, and since I always have my phone with me anyway, it's a perfect tool to track my activity.
This update helps you own your story. You can now:
* Take photos during a workout without pausing.
* Attach photos to workout posts after you're done.
* Add a cover photo to show off the best moment.
Don't miss a shot. Get to sharing those workout highlights.
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