RunnerUp

RunnerUp


RunnerUp, an open source run tracker inspired by Garmin 410, RunKeeper and EveryWhere Run.
Track your running with RunnerUp using the GPS in your Android phone.

No ads.
No in-app purchases, everything free.
No user registration and/or tracking.

Track your running activities:
- See detailed stats around your pace, distance and time.
- Get stats and progress through your headphones with built-in highly configurable audio cues.
- Run free runs with target pace or target heart rate zone
- Easily configure and run effective interval workouts modelled after Garmin 410
- Download and run workouts created at Garmin Connect
- Share your favourite workouts with friends
- See yourself and other running LIVE
- Read about others training
- HRM: Bluetooth SMART (BLE) for devices that support it
- HRM: PolarWearLink
- HRM: Zephyr
- HRM: ANT+
- Configure and use heart rate zones
- Use android wear

Upload your activities to a variety of running sites with single click:
- RunKeeper
- MapMyRun
- Garmin Connect
- Funbeat
- Nike+
- Endomondo
- jogg.se
- RunningAHEAD
- Digifit
- Strava
- Facebook
- Runtastic
- Google fit

Recent changes:
new in v1.43
- Fix bug with RunKeeper duration
- audio language independent of phone language
new in v1.42
- Android Wear support (first version)
- Google Fit support (paradix)
- Garmin Connect API change
- Advanced workout creator (paradix)
- Heartrate zone distribution (paradix)
- Sportstracker HRM v1 (help from Lenz)
- oauth bug (affecting e.g Runkeeper login)
- HRM low battery warning (from Fabien G)
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4.4
User ratings
246
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About RunnerUp
RunnerUp, an open source run tracker inspired by Garmin 410, RunKeeper and EveryWhere Run.
Track your running with RunnerUp using the GPS in your Android phone.

No ads.
No in-app purchases, everything free.
No user registration and/or tracking.

Track your running activities:
- See detailed stats around your pace, distance and time.
- Get stats and progress through your headphones with built-in highly configurable audio cues.
- Run free runs with target pace or target heart rate zone
- Easily configure and run effective interval workouts modelled after Garmin 410
- Download and run workouts created at Garmin Connect
- Share your favourite workouts with friends
- See yourself and other running LIVE
- Read about others training
- HRM: Bluetooth SMART (BLE) for devices that support it
- HRM: PolarWearLink
- HRM: Zephyr
- HRM: ANT+
- Configure and use heart rate zones
- Use android wear

Upload your activities to a variety of running sites with single click:
- RunKeeper
- MapMyRun
- Garmin Connect
- Funbeat
- Nike+
- Endomondo
- jogg.se
- RunningAHEAD
- Digifit
- Strava
- Facebook
- Runtastic
- Google fit

Recent changes:
new in v1.43
- Fix bug with RunKeeper duration
- audio language independent of phone language
new in v1.42
- Android Wear support (first version)
- Google Fit support (paradix)
- Garmin Connect API change
- Advanced workout creator (paradix)
- Heartrate zone distribution (paradix)
- Sportstracker HRM v1 (help from Lenz)
- oauth bug (affecting e.g Runkeeper login)
- HRM low battery warning (from Fabien G)

User reviews of RunnerUp
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 30, 2015
Butt-ugly but open for pull requests It has its issues, but it grants everyone the right to fix those. I pick imperfect FOSS over pretty freemium any day of the week.
A Google User
Mar 20, 2015
Spectacular Customization makes this king.
A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Needs a lot of work, still Very cluttered looking, couldn't find 'walking', too confusing
A Google User
Mar 1, 2015
Much better than Runkeeper, Mapmywalk Love open source software. No need to pay to view detailed graphs, or create an account like the bloated apps runkeeper, mapmywalk, etc. Honestly, I would rather pay the developers of this app. Hats off for developing this application. Awesome job. Keep it up.
A Google User
Feb 27, 2015
Good overall Just wish when I choose miles as my measure the app would show miles all the time. Shows progress in meters until I get to a mile
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