4.3
829 reviews
50K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

No ads, no in-app purchases, everything free.
No user registration and/or tracking*.

Track your sport activities with RunnerUp using the GPS in your Android phone:

* See detailed stats around your pace, distance and time
* Get stats and progress with built-in highly configurable audio cues
* Run free runs with target pace or target heart rate zone
* Easily configure and run effective interval workouts modeled after Garmin
* Automatic upload to various external applications such as Strava and Runalyze. Some also support download and feed updates ([see here for details](https://github.com/jonasoreland/runnerup/wiki/Synchronization-with-external-providers)).
* Share your favorite workouts with friends (using email)
* Heart rate monitor: Bluetooth SMART (BLE) and ANT+ (as well as PolarWearLink and Zephyr)
* Configure and use heart rate zones
* Pebble support

Upload your activities to a variety of external applications with a single click:

* Strava
* Runalyze
* RunKeeper
* RunningAHEAD
* WebDAV

Note: MapBox enables tracking by default (when using the map to view activities). This can be disabled from the MapBox logo on the lower left corner of the map.

The app has a companion WearOS app, it is bundled in the apk and must be installed manually.
Updated on
Aug 11, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Personal info, and Health and fitness
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info, and Health and fitness
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.3
819 reviews
K Ray
January 1, 2021
This is apparently the only app that does the basic task of audibly notifying you when your heart rate monitor goes above or below a certain zone. Plus it has mapping, good announcements, and you can set up whatever time and distance intervals you want. I replaced three other apps with just this one. And it's not trying to sell you a subscription or spam you, either. Amazing.
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Jonas Oreland
January 1, 2021
Thanks!
Charles Mitchell
December 13, 2023
I think I've used every major software in this niche at one point or another over many years. All I want is program to map the walks I take with my dog or for exercise and keep track of it and sometimes share it. I end up dropping these apps for being too intrusive glitchy or bloated etc. So far I'm loving RunnerUp for solving all of those issues for me.
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Jonas Oreland
December 13, 2023
Thanks!
Peter Zarcone
August 11, 2022
Just started using this. Two quibbles so far. First, the app forces the user to change certain settings before allowing use. Second, when units are set to miles, the app still measures in meters up to the first mile (after that it switches to miles). I'm trying to gauge the accuracy of the app by seeing if app measurements align with known distances (e.g. will it say 1/2 mile traveled when I've traveled 1/2 mile?) and am stuck doing the conversion myself. Trust we want the units we say we want.
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Jonas Oreland
August 11, 2022
1. Without forcing Location to Always, Android may kill the app after some time (for phone about 40 minutes). So without that the app wi8ll not work for many users. If you do not trust the code, just remove all permissions after use. 2. Miles etc is hard to handle. Open an issue on GitHub on how you believe it should work.

What's new

Prepare for Android 14
Set time from system clock correction