Runkeeper—GPS Running Tracker

Runkeeper—GPS Running Tracker

By FitnessKeeper, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2009-01-14
  • Current Version: 8.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 149.04 MB
  • Developer: FitnessKeeper, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
Score: 4.5
From 70,876 Ratings


Everyone. Every run. Join the community that helps people get out the door and stick with running forever! Track exercise, set goals, sweat, and see progress along the way. Whether you’re working your way up to tracking a 5K goal or deep into marathon training, use the GPS app trusted by 50 million users and counting. REVIEWS - "This multifunctional app has something for everyone, from beginning runners to those training for a marathon, and folks who prefer to hit the road on two wheels” - SELF - "Runkeeper is the granddaddy of running apps; it's one of the oldest and most popular, for plenty of good reasons." - CNET OVERVIEW - Track Workouts - Go for a run, walk, jog, bike, or any activity really. With GPS, you’ll get a clear view of your training in real time. - Set Goals - Have a race, weight, or pace in mind? We can coach you to get there. - Follow a Plan - We have personalized routines to fit into your busy schedule. And helpful reminders, just in case. - Stay Motivated - Join challenges, snag exercise rewards, and share achievements with your friends. - See Progress - This whole running thing works. You track it. We log it. You’ll see the sweat and we’ll show you the numbers to prove it! TOP FEATURES - Apple Watch - Leave your phone at home and still track stats to stay informed and motivated. Named App Store Best of 2015. - Bluetooth Connectivity - Wireless headphones and heart rate monitors make great workout companions. - Fitness Tracker Integration - Sync Pebble, Fitbit, and other styles in seconds. - Running Groups - Create a custom challenge, invite friends, track each other’s progress, and use the chat to cheer each other on. - Audio Cues - Choose from 6 motivating voices that you can customize to relay your pace, distance, and time. - Training Plans - Make major progress by following a plan. We’ll be here for you every step of the way. - Routes - Save, discover, and build new routes with GPS. - Challenges - Stay motivated with exclusive workout experiences and rewards. - Music - Keep moving with the music you love with our Spotify and iTunes integration. - Partner Apps - Connect with other top health apps like Fitbit, MyFitnessPal, and more. - Stopwatch Mode - Easily add indoor cardio (treadmill, cycling) and gym workouts to keep full exercise log all in one place. - Social Sharing - Upload your activities and more with your friends on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. RUNKEEPER GO (premium) - Prescribed Workouts - Get a weekly workout schedule tailored to you. - Progress Insights - See how your runs stack up to each other and get a full view of your fitness journey. - Live Tracking - Whether it’s training day or race day, share your location with family and friends. - Weather Data - Look back the local weather for each tracked activity. *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.



  • Inaccurate sonde a fee months

    By TwanJ
    I used to be very happy with Runkeeper and it was my go to app for running. When I got the Apple Watch I liked it even better. However, since the Apple Watch app makeover, which deleted several features in the app, runkeeper is very inaccurate. Even the newly built in fix gps option does not help. For instance: today I went for a run. Runkeeper said I ran 7.19 miles. After using the “fix gps” button this changed to 5.34 miles. When I finally went online on my laptop and edited the run manually I managed to get it to the right distance which was 6.00 miles. This means that during my run I get false information on distance and pace, rendering the app pretty much useless. A button to “fix” bad accuracy after the run does not help, I need accurate information when I am actually running!
  • 太喜欢了

    By 竹子Coco
  • Great!

    By Lys the person
    I love it! It’s very helpful and you don’t need to check how far you’ve gone since it always tells you!
  • No customer service at all

    By ccarmd
    I loved Runkeeper when I got it some 6 or 7 years ago and had a premium membership for years. One year i was unable to use it due to health issues and it renewed automatically. After hours of random searching on the internet, I finally got some info on how to cancel a membership. I cancelled, and my fee was never refunded. When I wanted to rejoin a few months later, I have to say I am afraid to do so because I have no way to deal with any mistakes that are made in the charges or difficulties with the app itself. It’s a steep fee to pay without that assurance. Now the basic app doesn’t even have the basic features it used to. Runkeeper is still my favorite of all the fitness apps I’ve tried, but they won’t get my money again until I know somebody on the other end gives a crap if it’s working for me.
  • 👍👍

    By jaredthe traditionalist
    Intuitive layout. Easy to use. Great coupons
  • Great training, but terrible motion sensor

    By watsarahsaid
    I love the training exercises, as I’m trying to get back in shape and train for a 5k, but the motion tracking is frustratingly inconsistent.
  • Change is good... sometimes

    By MotolordLXXI
    This newest version works well. A lot less clunky. The Apple Watch app however no longer seems to be connected to the phone app. There used to be an option on the watch to select whether you were using just the watch or the watch with your phone. For the second option, the watch, in essence, became a remote display and control for the phone and phone’s app. Since I like to stream music, etc on my phone while I run, I always have my phone with me. To pause, or whatever, I have to pull my phone out to mess with it instead of simply using my watch. It would be great if the watch version had the audio cues. I really like audio cues telling me what my progress is. If the watch app had it I could maybe download a play list onto my watch and run with just the watch, although, I really like the Spotify feature for streaming music, which is also not on the watch app. I really like the Spotify playlists for running that have a set BPM for pacing. It used to have a feature which sensed what your pace was and selected music with that BPM or, in some cases, adjusted the tempo of the music (especially the playlists made specifically for this use by some artists like Tiesto). The pace sensing didn’t work that well but you could input your desired pace manually. It was great. Now it’s gone. :-/
  • Useful, reliable, fun to use

    By Big big Nicker
    Use it on my longest and most memorable excursions. Like the tracking and progress announcements. — Still using it after 3 phones and many years. 😅 have to laugh when I finish an activity and drive away increasing my average speed from 3mph to 30.... before I remember...
  • Easy Interface

    By AlpineLass
    Enjoying this app after using a different one for several years. Love the interval feature. Going to try it with a half marathon tomorrow and see how I do.
  • Auto stops constantly even while am walking

    By OnTheGo-Always
    It is very frustrating when the app keeps saying ‘activity stopped’ and stopped every minute even while am walking. Buggy app.