MapMyFitness now sync with Jawbone UP

Importing workout data from UP is easy, and it will populate entire day's worth of steps as a single "Walk" workout.

MapMyFitness partnership with Gympact allows users to set goals and get paid for meeting...

You'll need to download both MapMyFitness and Gympact apps and link the two accounts. Then, make a pact and give your best to follow through on your commitment.
MapMyFitness reached a major milestone, hitting the impressive figure of 20 million registered users. These users tracked: - 1,005,894,992 miles - 197,954,519 workouts - 88,596,445,788 calories burned - 9,821,803,342 minutes 74% of MapMyFitness users are from United States, and 26% are "international." Here's the infographic released for this occasion...

MapMyFitness hits 20 million members

Of all the users, 74% come from the United States, while 26% are from other countries.
The RunKeeper app launches in six new languages

The RunKeeper app launches in six new languages

The application also brings enhanced displays on your goal progress, sharing to Facebook and Twitter, fitness insights, and badges for RunKeeper Elite users.
RunKeeper users can now connect their account to a MyFitnessPal account to be able to seamlessly track two very major aspects of the overall health -- exercise and nutrition -- without unnecessary and clunky extra steps. By connecting the two accounts you'll see the calories you've counted in MyFitnessPal displayed in your feed on RunKeeper.com. In addition, the calories you burn off while tracking activities with RunKeeper will automatically be credited and reflected in your net calorie count on MyFitnessPal with no extra math or input needed on your end. Finally, there's the weight information sync across both apps, so any RunKeeper-connected scale you use will shoot that information over to MyFitnessPal.

RunKeeper integrates with MyFitnessPal to provide users with real-time nutrition data

Users will be able to seamlessly track two very major aspects of the overall health, exercise and nutrition, without unnecessary and clunky extra steps.
RunKeeper

RunKeeper hits the AppStore

Fitness tracking app RunKeeper launched in Apple's AppStore, allowing iPhone owners to track their walks, runs and bike rides. As one of the first...
RunKeeper for Android 3.0

RunKeeper for Android 3.0 brings a revamped UI, workout reminders and more

RunKeeper for Android is now in version 3.0 boasting a whole new UI that was re-done with Android guidelines and best practices in mind. In...
RunKeeper for iPhone 3.1

RunKeeper for iPhone 3.1 brings a lot more flexibility

RunKeeper 3.1 for iPhone was launched with few important updates to make getting and staying fit even easier. Included in this release are such...
RunKeeper has yet again updated its Android app with few handy features. First there's the ability to capture more data about one's activity like target pace workout and heart rate data. Audio cues are also in to inform users about their current interval pace. Moreover, RunKeeper also got new sharing options, allowing users to easily get the word out after their run (or other activity). Finally, there's the night mode made for folks that find light colors hard on their eyes in the darker hours. This particular feature can be enabled before or in the middle of a workout...

RunKeeper 3.1 for Android gets night mode, improved audio cues and more

RunKeeper has yet again updated its Android app with few handy features. First there's the ability to capture more data about one's activity like target...
RunKeeper 3.2 for iPhone

RunKeeper 3.2 for iPhone brings enhanced visualizations, activity entry and more

The "frequency charts" can serve as a powerful motivator for building healthy habits, while the new "Me" tab that will now show how often you're working out.