RunKeeper

RunKeeper update brings increased focus on training plans

An updated version of the RunKeeper app has recently arrived in the Play Store. This one brings the app to version 4.4, and with key changes that deal with the 'Me' tab, and also a new 'Training' tab. The Me tab was originally introduced in an earlier update, and once this update has been installed, users will be able to view all the specifics including workout history, stats, and more.

RunKeeper for Android update brings more interactive friends tab

RunKeeper for Android v3.7 arrived in beta form earlier in the week and as of today, that update is now ready for primetime. Simply put, RunKeeper v3.7 has landed in the Play Store. The changelog isn't particularity long for this update, however it does bring a new and improved Friends tab. Basically, the folks at RunKeeper have made the Friends tab more interactive.

RunKeeper 3.1 update adds night-mode and additional audio cues [Hands-On]

Coming fairly quickly after the 3.0 update, RunKeeper for Android has once again been updated. This latest arrives as version 3.1 and with the new number comes a few new features. The new features include a night-mode, access to Google Play Music from within the app, additional audio cues and improvements in terms of sharing. As someone that has been running at odd hours lately, lets begin with the night-mode.

RunKeeper 3.0 for Android released in beta, we go hands-on

RunKeeper for Android is still sitting at version 2.14.2.2 in Google Play, however those looking to see the 3.0 release can now do so. The RunKeeper team has recently released v3.0 in beta form and made it available for anyone that wants to check it out. The beta release can be found by way of the RunKeeeper Blog, but keep in mind -- you will need to sideload the apk file. That small detail out of the way, lets get into what has been changed.

Runkeeper is Pebble Watch’s first confirmed app

If you've been keeping an eye on Kickstarter news for the last few weeks, you've no doubt heard about the Pebble, the e-paper Bluetooth watch that's broken the crowdsourcing record with an incredible $7.9 million raised. The designers have said from the beginning that they intend to allow app development for the watch, which is capable of pairing with Android and iOS devices. The first confirmed developer to take up the challenge is FitnessKepper, whose RunKeeper app has been downloaded millions of times on Android alone.

RunKeeper Pro Free Until the End Of January

Another year has passed, and with a new year starting, we all have some resolutions. And by far the most popular New Year's Resolution is, of course, getting in shape. Living in the technology age we do today, we have many options to help us with this ever popular goal. A great application to help us is Run Keeper, which is by far the best mobile fitness tracking app to date, and to make things even better, it's now free through the end of January.
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