II love tracking my workouts and after switching from iPhone,to android I am exceptionally disappointed with the performance of the android app. My app constantly auto pauses even when I am still moving. I am using a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and have used other activity tracker apps such as Google fit and they the in built s health app and even endomondo and not had this issue. Map my run is my app of choice but please please look into stability. If these issues can be rectified I will give he app five stars
Like that I can add my HR sensor! I have been using the Nike running app but I hate that I can't add my Strava heart rate monitor to pull my heart rate. I love the flexibility of this app to share data with other apps & link other devices! Still getting used to all the details but so far so good!!
Love the look of the new update but... When I click on my existing routes all of my previous times have disappeared? This is most annoying. Where have they gone?
Lately is hasn't been working I have had this app for awhile. It was fine at first but lately I have had problems. It doesn't calculate total distances accurately. I'm not the only one that has had this problem. My friend has the same problem. I do have my GPS.
Very handy For keeping track of workouts is you're compulsive about the stats. I like to keep track of calories burned, miles covered, etc., and it's very good at. that
Need more from the routes settings I wish the routes gave verbal directions when you select one. It's a pain to have to continually pause the workout just to look at the map to make sure you're still on the right course. I also wish there was a shortcut to pause/resume the workout when the phone screen is locked.
With our latest update, we’ve stepped up our game to make every workout better. You will notice an updated design across the app with a new typeface and standard buttons to make everything easier to use. Post-workout, your workout data is now boldly displayed front and center in your summary and we've added a new set of workout graphs. As always, we’ve also worked hard to clean up a few bugs.
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