Popular physical fitness tracking app Runkeeper has actually been upgraded today with a number of brand-new attributes benefiting from a few of the software application and hardware renovations launched by Apple with iOS 7 and the iPhone Fives.
As with several various other physical fitness apps such as Nike+ Move, RunKeeper is now able to tap into the M7 motion coprocessor included on the iPhone 5s. The M7 immediately tracks motion in the background, and RunKeeper can utilize that data to include certain task sessions to your workout list retroactively.
If you have ever been walking around a lot and wished you’d tracked it with RunKeeper, disappointment no more! Our new Pocket Track feature tracks walks of at least 15 minutes instantly and gives you the option to add those to your task list. Simply be sure to decide in to background activity tracking when you install this upgrade, and also open RunKeeper at the end of every day so you can discover those walks that were tracked.
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That means if you see somebody at a race using RunKeeper and you want to keep tabs on their task in the future, you can AirDrop them a RunKeeper buddy demand!
Or say you are out with some running buddies and wish to follow the same exercise routine you have developed in RunKeeper. Simply choose an existing workout or create a brand-new one from the beginning display, and struck Share with AirDrop as soon as you are in the workout. Now you and your buddies can follow the same interval plan, but at your own pace!
RunKeeper is a complimentary download from the App Store.