The free app is fine. It tells you when to walk and when to run, but I paid for the added function of tracking my run to see how far I was going. On a 2.2 mile circuit (I used another app to measure today), over 3 runs, it told me I had done 0.65 miles, 0 miles and 0.05 miles. Don't get the paid app, and if you want to see how far you've gone, use another app.
To start with this app was brilliant, it.got me and my boys running. The pace changes were perfect and we had a real sense of achievement. Then one day it didn't record our distance so we upgraded thinking maybe that would. Help. Sadly since we 'upgraded it had only recorded 1 of our 3 runs. Very dissapointing. Think we'll have to find another app.
Very minimal functions. If you only want to pace yourself, it works fine. But if you want to track your progress (only in distance, there's no tracking for pace), you have to upgrade to a pro version which costs around 5 bucks. There isn't even a preview of what the pro version offers. There are other apps that are as good for $1.99 only.
It very easy to used, but after i went running I wad wondering to verify my tack. How much i run, how much i walk and tje distance and the app asked me to upgrade if i want to see those things.
The app crashes during the cooldown and does not have a record of the run. If Strava crashes at least it saves where you were up to. Don't bother with this app it's a waste of time
The layout is a little tricky, and I accidentally did a run out of sequence because of it. The app should present your next run when you open it, you shouldn't have to scroll to it.
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Workout timer for AMRAP, For Time, EMOM and Tabata (interval training) workouts