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Runkeeper Update Brings Apple Watch Series 2 GPS Support

The biggest problem facing Apple Watch Series 2 owners is the lack of third party app support for the smartwatch’s new built-in GPS. But that has changed today with Runkeeper updating their iOS app to now support the GPS in the Series 2, which means you can now run without your iPhone. What's New in...

Popular Fitness App Runkeeper to be Acquired by ASICS

Are you a Runkeeper user? The independent fitness app has announced it is set to be acquired by ASICS, in an announcement made at shortly after midnight this morning, or 5:30PM in Japan, where ASICS is headquartered, in Kobe. Here’s what Runkeeper founder Jason Jacobs had to say about the new partnership: Partnering with ASICS...

Runkeeper Releases a Standalone App For Apple Watch

Today, Runkeeper released a new version of the app that has been designed for watchOS 2. The app now allows you to leave your phone at home when you go on a run and still get all the tracking abilities of the app. Users are now able to get your heart rate with your run,...

RunKeeper Launches ‘Breeze’ Activity Tracker for your iPhone

The activity tracking app space has added another one today, with the launch of Breeze, from the makers of RunKeeper. The app uses your motion activity stored within the M7 motion coprocessor found in the iPhone 5s: Breeze helps you effortlessly improve your fitness by giving you guidance and motivation to be more active every...

RunKeeper for iOS Now Gets M7 Coprocessor Data from the iPhone 5s

RunKeeper has announced its iOS app now supports new features: data from the M7 motion coprocessor found in the iPhone 5s and also AirDrop support. For those of you who have the new iPhone 5S, we harnessed the magic of the M7 motion co-processor to make tracking workouts with RunKeeper more seamless and insightful than...