RunKeeper for iPhone is now in version 3.2. This release comes with manual entry support, which is particularly handy for non-GPS-based activities, as well as the ability to more easily enter one’s weight on an ongoing basis.
The highlight, however, come in the form of workout frequency charts. According to RunKeeper, this sort of visualization can serve as a powerful motivator for building healthy habits. The “Me” tab will now show how often you’re working out, week-by-week over the last few months.
Finally, RunKeeper Elite users can now push updates real-time to their social networks when using live tracking. In addition, badges and fitness insights are now available on the phone, providing users with even more detailed information on how they’re performing over time.