The RunKeeper app is the best way to track your fitness data and integrate it seamlessly with your RunKeeper account. Track your outdoor activities using your mobile device’s GPS, or enter workout information from indoor activities manually.
Tried out a running/fitness app, it’s called RunKeeper. Most of its features are free but they offer in app purchases, neither of which I find useful at the time so I’m getting away with it cost-free. I wasn’t dressed for the occasion so I just activated the logging while walking towards my destination (so it sais “run” but I was walking). It was one of these sunny days we’ve been having and I wanted to enjoy it, not sit on a bus & miss it; my opportunity to try the app.
Features I’ve discovered are that it monitors average pace, calories burned, elevation climb, distance and time. The path you’ve taken is also marked out on a map (i like). Etcetera features: It’s pairable with a heart rate monitor. Can be set to auto pause and start when you aren’t moving and get back to it. Etcetera additional settings in the free version.
Connectable with Twitter and Facebook, additional sharing settings. Workout reminding. If you are more serious a pro account ($5/month) will buy you live broadcasting, advanced reports, comparable workouts, amongst more. Your RunKeeper account is fully manageable at the official website in your browser as well. It actually has so many features I can’t mention them all here. Besides all useful features it is also well designed and easy to understand. To this point I only have good things to say about it. Available for iPhone and Android smartphone.
I have tried a handful of fitness apps and read about 10 times as many, RunKeeper is (by far) the best I’ve come across. I can only speak well about it.