The popular smart watch will work for both iPhone and Android users, allowing them to seamlessly collect their fitness data.
New kind of big goals are now supported without a particular end date, along with the ability to delete them and start over whenever you please.
The new social feed allows users to see how they and their friends are progressing over time. Activities, photos and goal milestones are all available from here.
The new Training tab allows users to find a trustworthy plan that fits their goals, with many options to choose from on all ends of the spectrum.
Get key information about your workout as well as some nudge when you need it on your wrist.
The updated app feels "lighter and cleaner," featuring a new start screen and few features that address some of the problems users had with the app before.
The new M7-enabled feature called Pocket Track will identify walks of at least 15 minutes, allowing users to quickly add those to their activity list.
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RunKeeper introduced a whole new start screen in version 4.2 of its Android app. The map is now placed front and center, so you...
New features include 3D interactive map that moves during a workout, ability to drop a pin on the map, updated Sensor bar, Primary Stats view and Slide to Finish.