Runkeeper—GPS Running Tracker

Runkeeper—GPS Running Tracker

By FitnessKeeper, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2009-01-14
  • Current Version: 9.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 161.28 MB
  • Developer: FitnessKeeper, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 149,771 Reviews)
  • Price:
Runkeeper—GPS Running Tracker App Ratings: 4.5
From 149,771 Reviews

Runkeeper—GPS Running Tracker App Description

Reach your running goals with the ASICS Runkeeper™ app. Track exercise, set measurable goals and see progress along the way—whether you’re just getting into running, training for a race or trying to PR, we can help. MOTIVATION TO MOVE • Track workouts: Record activities like running, walking, biking, hiking and more manually or with GPS. • Set goals: Maybe you want to get faster, run farther or lose a little weight. No matter your goal, we’ll coach you there. • Listen to audio: Choose from six motivating voices that you can customize to relay your pace, distance and time (English only), plus iTunes and Spotify integration. • Follow a plan: Routines lead to progress. Choose a personalized plan that will help get you out the door, day after day. • Stay motivated: Join in-app challenges, get exercise rewards, participate in virtual running groups and share achievements. • See progress: It’s what this is all about. We’ll log your stats to show you how you’re progressing against your running goals. • Get more with Runkeeper Go™: Upgrade to our premium experience to make progress toward your racing goals, from 5Ks to marathons. Take advantage of race-training plans from the ASICS Institute of Sport Science, detailed progress insights (like side-by-side workout comparisons and weather data), prescribed workouts and live tracking. SYNC WITH EASE • Apple Watch integration: Leave your phone at home and still track stats. (Named App Store Best of 2015!) • Bluetooth connectivity: Sync up with wireless headphones and heart-rate monitors. • Fitness tracker integration: Connect your Garmin, Fitbit and other styles in seconds. • Partner apps: Connect with other top health apps like Fitbit, MyFitnessPal and more. *Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Find the full terms and conditions, and our privacy policy, at and respectively.

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App Reviews

  • Latest update

    By Eedsitty
    Was great until the latest update. Now you need to be connected to the internet for the app to start.
  • Great App, but shoe tracking doesn’t work

    By BIgT1976
    Runkeeper provides the functionality that I need in a running app. I use the free version and it accurately maps and times runs and provides audible pace and distance cues at user selectable intervals. It also shows splits and charts for pace, elevation, and stride rate for completed runs. All the basics I need are available in the free version. I have found a couple of glitches. When I complete a run and look at the charts, the elevation chart is completely wrong. If I back out of and close the activity and then reopen it, it is corrected. Additionally, the shoe tracking function, that is supposed to track shoe mileage, does not work for me. When I entered my new shoes, it immediately showed that the shoes had 105 miles on them, and then has never added another mile, even after 150+ miles of runs.
  • Lost all my data

    By Sixfootleo
    I lost all my data. Can’t find a way to get it back. Can’t find a number to call or way to get in contact. I really love this app and would love to give it five stars
  • GPS hardly works

    By ()rr__yu
    Frustrating when you want to keep distance and the gps can’t connect even when it’s clear and bright outside. 🙄
  • Apple watch app is just painful

    By David.Archer
    Syncing a run from my watch to my phone is beyond frustrating. It feels like a cheat code - open phone app three times, refresh, open watch app it’s just broken. Then half the time it’s “our servers are busy”. Busy with what? Custom workouts are broken in the latest release. Click on the watch to pick a workout it just hangs. Lastly the workouts randomly just stop. Even though I didn’t press stop. Don’t pay for this if you’re planning on using it with a watch.
  • Frustrated long time user

    By elpolloblanco33
    I’ve been using Runkeeper for a long time. I purchased Runkeeper Pro years ago and I pay a yearly fee for the added features. When I got my Apple Watch I was excited about not having to have a phone. I also loved the feature where I could secure my phone away and start a run on my watch and it worked great. Now I can’t even monitor my run on my watch. I enjoy the voice prompts but I’d also like to glance at my wrist and see how I’m doing. Seems I can’t have both without starting two separate runs and discarding the watch run at the end. I still have to get my phone gone out of my pocket to end my run, which increases the likely good of dropping a $1000 phone. When I submit a complaint to Runkeeper the response is less than satisfactory. It does work for tracking apps and is my favorite fitness app, but until they get the watch integration fix it’s 3 stars from me.
  • Great app but...

    By amurguia
    Truly an outstanding app, but man - why can’t I enter multiple specific races as goals? I have a marathon in April and a 5k tomorrow. I can’t enter the 5k as a goal because the marathon is already a goal. Wut?
  • The best running app out there.

    By sm1987
    I’ve been using Runkeeper for over 5 years and it’s still my favorite app for running and walking. The GPS is the most accurate I have found, the audio cues keep me on track and the app has a simple design making it easy to navigate. It’s also really cool to be able to look back at workouts I did years ago and compare to now.
  • So Motivating! Love Runkeeper!

    By Cwitt3
    Just opened Runkeeper after a long absence forgot how easy and fun it is to use.
  • Most useful running ap

    By Pace Setter In Running Apps
    I’ve tried several running apps and comeback to Runkeeper each time. I run 20-30 miles a week, between 3-6 days a week. As I build up for a race, mileage will go as high as 60 miles a week. I use Runkeeper for real time tracking of the pace and distance of almost all my runs. The Good: I like the versatility of getting real time updates on my run such as average pace, distance current pace, etc. I also like having the option to shut off those stats I’m not interested in. I like being able to control how often the stays are given, such as every mile or eve five minutes. If works must be done on equipment, such as a treadmill, you can manually add it to Runkeeper to keep an accurate count of your mileage. You can also add a photo of the run (I like to snap a shot of the treadmill screen to prove my entry is accurate). You can also capture those memorable moments of a workout such as the sundry/set or a friend throwing up behind the port’o’ potty. My favorite feature of the Runkeeper app is the ability to create workout. When following a training program that calls for (for example) two miles as race pace followed by a two minute float, repeated 3 times, Runkeeper allows you to build the workout and then will prompt you when it’s time to start and end each interval. The Bad: sometimes the distance is not accurate tracked, although that happens with all apps and devices, I think. There is no real motivation to upgrade to Runkeeper Go, the premium verson, as the only real benefit is real time broadcasting of runs. This is handy during races but pretty worthless otherwise. I also have a hard time identifying friends-even friends with Runkeeper who I run with are hard to find and add as friends. Not sure what the deal is with that. Overall, Runkeeper is my go to app for tracking workouts. Despite the flaws, it gives me what I want from a running app.