What's New

New in this release:
- Fix for the random "pause point" crash bugs.
- Fixed the time zone problem when entering times for a manual activity.
- Fixed audio cues lowering the volume on 3rd party music apps.
- Fixed crash when errors occur during FitnessClass synchronization.
- Fixed crash when associating a FitnessClass session to a manual activity.
- Database backups upon upgrade to a new version.
- Popup to inform user of new account creation when a new account is created.
- Popup to inform user when location services are disabled for RunKeeper.
- Fixed some memory leaks.

Two-way sync will be coming in the next app release.

App Description

RunKeeper uses the GPS technology found in the iPhone to track your fitness activity, giving you comparable results to an expensive GPS watch at a fraction of the cost. Now, you can also enter your activities manually, including your treadmill runs too! The intuitive and easy-to-use interface of the app makes it easy to track how far you went, how long it took, what your pace/speed was, how many calories you burned, and the path you traveled on a map.

Once your activity is completed, the data is synced to the RunKeeper website (www.runkeeper.com) where you can view a history of all of your activities, and cumulative totals of all of your vital stats. You can also share your progress with friends by posting your activities to Facebook and Twitter, and creating a profile page that allows people to view all of your public activities.


* Activity Tracking
No need for an expensive, standalone fitness tracking device when you can use your iPhone 3G or 3GS to do the same thing. Now you can track how far you went, how long it took you, and the route you traveled right from your iPhone

* Personal Dashboard
Store all historical activities on runkeeper.com, where you can keep track of totals and monitor your progress

* Maps integration
See the exact path you traveled on a map, both on the device and on our website

* Activity Sharing
Share your activities with friends via email, or by posting them to your favorite social sites, including Facebook and Twitter

* Music
You can listen to the iPod during your activity, and even change tracks without leaving the RunKeeper application

* Manual Activity Input
You can enter activities manually, including runs done on a treadmill or without your iPhone

Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.


What People Are Saying:

#8 in TIME Magazine's Top Ten iPhone Apps for 2009

Can I gush? RunKeeper is the coolest freakin' iPhone application ever. Rick Broida, CNET

RunKeeper is a Nike+ for runners, cyclists, and more. Chuck Lawton, WIRED

RunKeeper is like Nike+ for your iPhone, only better. Adam Pash, Lifehacker

App Screen Shots

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App Changes

May 06, 2011 New version
April 23, 2011 New version (iOS 4.0 Tested)
December 15, 2008 Initial Release

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