RunDouble C25K PRO

RunDouble C25K PRO


Goes way beyond just a C25K app! GPS tracking, and now includes completely free "Fun Runs"

C25K Couch to 5K by RunDouble runs in the background while you work out. This paid version includes full access to Couch-to-5K.

Master the Couch to 5K (also known as C25K) training program with this app, which prompts you through your 5K training. Choose a playlist from your music selection, and just get running. The app will track your total and interval distance, optionally giving you pace and distance updates as you run. It will also tell you when you are half-way, so you can turn around and head home.

Now works with RunTempo to allow adjustment of track tempo to match your pace.

Includes these programs:
- C25K Couch to 5K
- Varying length "Fun Runs", from 1 km to 10 miles (FREE)
- Custom intervals and fun runs

Including a trial of these programs:
- Zero to 10K
- Five to 10K
- 5K improver - Interval training
- 10K event training
- Half marathon event training

Features:
- Runs in BACKGROUND MODE
- Prompts you to change pace while working through the Couch to 5K training program.
- Tracks your time, distance and pace, announcing these to you at the end of each interval.
- Plays a playlist of your choosing, from your personal music selection. Or alternatively, use another app to play music.
- View your previous runs
- Additional pace updates at set intervals
- Half way marker
- Programmable pace warning (target pace)
- Support for heart rate monitor (Polar Wearlink+ Bluetooth)
- Cloud service:
+ Track your progress
+ View your route on a map
+ View detailed statistics about your workout
+ Create and share your own programs (coming soon)

Recent changes:
Full changelog: http://bit.ly/HQQGSo
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$1.66
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About RunDouble C25K PRO
Goes way beyond just a C25K app! GPS tracking, and now includes completely free "Fun Runs"

C25K Couch to 5K by RunDouble runs in the background while you work out. This paid version includes full access to Couch-to-5K.

Master the Couch to 5K (also known as C25K) training program with this app, which prompts you through your 5K training. Choose a playlist from your music selection, and just get running. The app will track your total and interval distance, optionally giving you pace and distance updates as you run. It will also tell you when you are half-way, so you can turn around and head home.

Now works with RunTempo to allow adjustment of track tempo to match your pace.

Includes these programs:
- C25K Couch to 5K
- Varying length "Fun Runs", from 1 km to 10 miles (FREE)
- Custom intervals and fun runs

Including a trial of these programs:
- Zero to 10K
- Five to 10K
- 5K improver - Interval training
- 10K event training
- Half marathon event training

Features:
- Runs in BACKGROUND MODE
- Prompts you to change pace while working through the Couch to 5K training program.
- Tracks your time, distance and pace, announcing these to you at the end of each interval.
- Plays a playlist of your choosing, from your personal music selection. Or alternatively, use another app to play music.
- View your previous runs
- Additional pace updates at set intervals
- Half way marker
- Programmable pace warning (target pace)
- Support for heart rate monitor (Polar Wearlink+ Bluetooth)
- Cloud service:
+ Track your progress
+ View your route on a map
+ View detailed statistics about your workout
+ Create and share your own programs (coming soon)

Recent changes:
Full changelog: http://bit.ly/HQQGSo

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 5, 2015
Several of my friends and co-workers are running 5K runs and have invited me along. I'm definitely not there yet. But this app is helping. It works with music apps so I can listen as I run. The directions are crystal clear (Start running, start walking). It also works great with my Pebble, with a quick glance I can see how much time I have before a merciful walk, which keeps me from quitting that last 30 seconds. And make sure to checkout the webpage after your run! You first see a chart showing your overall progress. Then you can break down into each run, with a map of the run broken down by each segment with its time, distance, and pace. This info helps for a quick glance to see how you did, or an in depth analysis of your runs. The website alone is worth the cost of the app! Even better than the app and the website is the developer. When I made some comments about problems (shin splints) on the RunDouble FB page, he quickly replied with very useful information AND moral support. I'm currently in Week 5, halfway there. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and I definitely see this app as a large reason I feel confident enough to have registered for my first 5K!
A Google User
May 8, 2015
Great app and great support Peer pressure... several of my friends are running 5K runs and have been inviting me along. I definitely am not there yet. But this app is helping. It works well with music apps, so I can listen to tunes as I run. The directions are crystal clear (Start running, start walking, etc.). The display on the webpage afterward (map of the run, broken down by each run/walk segment, with associated time, distance, and pace) is phenomenal! And now it works great with my Pebble, I can see how much time I have before a merciful walk, which keeps me going that last 10 seconds when I want to quit. But even better than the app is the developer. When I made some comments on the RunDouble FB page, he quickly replied with very useful information and moral support. I don't know if I'll ever get up to a full 5K, but this is most definitely a great tool in the quest. Now if someone could create an anti-shin-splint app... :-)
A Google User
Apr 4, 2015
Love this app! One of my favorite apps!
A Google User
Apr 1, 2015
Unable to validate license I have never had an issue with this app in all the time I have been using it but tried to use today and all of a sudden it is saying unable to validate my license. I have purchased the pro version a couple years ago. Any idea why all of a sudden it wouldnt work?
A Google User
Feb 24, 2015
it did get me to run for 30min non stop :)