Runkeeper- GPS Running Tracker

Runkeeper- GPS Running Tracker

By FitnessKeeper, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2009-01-14
  • Current Version: 8.6.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 144.39 MB
  • Developer: FitnessKeeper, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 12,773 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.



  • I do not want to enter Paris Marathon

    By Jarvis Clough
    I’ve used and paid for Runkeeper for about 6 years and recorded nearly 11,000 miles on foot. How far do I need to run before you stop flashing an advert for a run in Paris? I’m not interested, I don’t want to go to bloody France. How do I get away from this? I voted BREXIT so please unsubscribe me from this annoying spam.
  • No syncing

    By steve-ecc
    Hi Runkeeper, the Apple Watch 1 syncing seems to have been completely broken by your last release 😔 Used your app for many years but it’s troublesome at the moment. Gone from 4+stars to 1 I’m afraid.
  • Great app

    By fabphoto888
    Been using Runkeeper (free) for years and it's brilliant. Love it.
  • Distance not user friendly

    By Niccccccc036
    I have just started using runkeeper on an almost daily basis and I find that the Distance goal function not very user friendly. I have to tap on the + or - sign to change distance goal rather than just keying it in. Otherwise it’s a pretty good free app !
  • Poor accuracy with Apple Watch S3 gps

    By InfoSanity
    I used runkeeper for years with various phones until I switched to a dedicated sports watch (Garmin). Having treat myself after Xmas to an Apple Watch (after waiting for gps capability) I was looking forward moving back runkeeper. First tests? My 3yo could map the route more accurately with an etch-a-sketch. Runkeeper app devs state they’re correcting the known issues in next update. App will be installed until updated and I’ll test again. Until then; inbuilt Apple workout tracker works fine. Over to you devs.....
  • 13 Activity Paused

    By JT_1980
    Just finished what I know to be a 3.3 mile run having mapped it and ran it previously. I returned having cocked up less than 2 miles and with 13, yes 13 activity paused markers on the map. What is the point of this app?
  • Great but map tracker can be off

    By Defiant Will
    Most of the time everything works great however recently the distance tracker has been above or below the actual distance
  • Amazing. Don't think about it. Get it!

    By Dharmen
    This app is brilliant for runners. Whether your a newbie (as I once was) or a pro. It's great for tracking routes, progress and even calories!!! Changed my life completely. Made running something else 😄👍
  • Just what's needed

    By Makamark
    Lots of plans, plays music and keeps you informed you don't need anything else.
  • Great free app - but some minor improvements needed

    By Rwaino
    I’ve been using runkeeper for a few years - great for tracking runs, integration with maps and the ASICS pace academy training is awesome. BUT - it doesn’t integrate all that well with the Apple Watch - I don’t seem to get audio cues and I can’t use the pace academy training with the watch. I also can’t create a pace academy style interval training session myself - you can create a fast, medium or slow interval - but not a specified pace (i.e. 2 minutes at 4.30, 2 minutes at 7.00). I really do like the app - definitely recommended for the amateur runner to track your runs, set goals and keep you motivated.