Endomondo Sports Tracker

Endomondo Sports Tracker

By Endomondo.com

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2009-10-07
  • Current Version: 17.12.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 191.66 MB
  • Developer: Endomondo.com
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 10,618 Ratings


Get the most out of your runs, walks, rides, and more with our top rated fitness tracker and personal training app. With Endomondo, you can track all of your workouts using GPS, check your stats, and reach your fitness goals. Download the app now and get motivated to get active! Here’s what you get free of charge: TRACK YOUR FITNESS - Track your running, walking, cycling, and 40+ other sports using GPS - See duration, speed, distance, calories, and more on your workout summary - Get audio feedback on distance and pace for every mile/km - Log your indoor workouts manually ANALYSE YOUR PERFORMANCE - Keep a full training log - See how much you train each day - Analyse performance such as split times for each workout SYNC WITH APPS AND WEARABLES - Track your heart rate (works with Bluetooth and BTLE heart rate monitors) - Get your calorie and nutrition information from MyFitnessPal right in the app - Connect with Apple’s Health app to add workout data to your dashboard - Use your favourite wearable devices to track, including Garmin, Pebble, and Apple Watch SET GOALS AND TAKE ON CHALLENGES - Set a time, distance or calorie goal, and let our audio coach guide you towards it - Commit to fitness goals and have your friends motivate you - Up the stakes on your workouts and win prizes with challenges GET SOCIAL - Send and receive real-time audio pep talks from friends - Check the news feed to comment on friends’ workouts - Share results and workouts on your favourite social networks, including Facebook and Twitter AND MORE - Add pictures, tag your friends, customise your home screen, use countdown, enable the automatic pause function, and much more All your data is automatically sent to your profile on www.endomondo.com. Here, you can analyse your data, dig into your stats, track your progress, as well as interact and compete with a global community of fitness enthusiasts. So, whether you’re into running, cycling, walking, kayaking, mountain biking, or any one of our 40+ sports...get up, get active, and free your endorphins! Want to take your fitness even further? GO PREMIUM With Endomondo Premium, you’ll gain access to exclusive training features from less than £2 a month. Get Premium and: - Reach your running goal with a personal training plan – whether it’s a 5K, 10K, or marathon. - View statistics including calories burned per month, running distance by year, etc. - Analyse heart rate zones for every workout (requires a compatible heart rate monitor) - View weather information on each workout summary - Enjoy an ad-free experience - Get access to 10+ additional motivating features Should you choose to upgrade to Endomondo Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. The monthly subscription costs £4.49 while the annual subscription costs £22.99 per year or approximately £1.92 per month. Your subscription renews automatically unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off in your Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. For our full terms and conditions and our privacy policy, please visit: http://www.endomondo.com/terms and http://www.endomondo.com/privacy Endomondo is powered by Under Armour Connected Fitness – the world’s largest health and fitness community. The complete suite of Under Armour apps, built to empower healthy and active lifestyles, includes Endomondo, UA Record, MapMyFitness and MyFitnessPal. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • Far too many full page ads

    By Kmo1986
    Would be good app if it wasn’t for full page adds randomly appearing while recording runs. There is always ads on screen at bottom so no need for full page ones disrupting the app. Can be avoided by turning off mobile data when using the app tho is a pain having to remember every time, but added bonus is there is no ads at all.
  • After many years I’ve now moved to Strava

    By Pilot_P
    Used to love it for cycling and running, now don’t. Why ? Well unlike this app I have embraced the modern world and purchased an Apple Watch 3. I can stream my music to Bluetooth headphones, stay in contact if I need to with the watches mobile capability...but I CAN’T track my activity without taking my iPhone with me as this app does not utilise the watches GPS. So...I moved to Strava...it does everything...and it does it very well. Just me, the road and the watch....welcome to the modern world (just not with Endomondo).
  • Apple ruined by the lack of iPhone X support

    By Talster71
    Quick simple question to the developer: When are you going to update this app for the iPhone X. It’s ridiculous the amount of time it’s taking when other developers have long already updated their apps for the iPhone X larger and more high resolution screen. Please don’t send me the usual scripted reply of: “The app should work fine on the iPhone X” I am well aware that it will work on the iPhone X that is not the issue, it’s the wasted space that is at the top and bottom of the screen with the black bars.
  • Developers too Slow for New Features

    By Big AL zz
    This is a good app in that it can be used for a variety of sports so it can track pretty much all your activity in one place. I’m still a little bitter for paying for the Pro app only for this to change to a monthly subscription. Even with this the developers take too long to react to new features. When the Apple Watch came out it took about a year after other, similar apps to use the heart monitor. I now have the Apple Watch 3 but I cannot use Endomondo as a standalone app because it doesn’t use the watches GPS so I have to have my phone anyway. This defeats upgrading from the first watch to Apple Watch 3. The principle of Endomondo was great and I want to like it but I’m now frustrated by their lack of future proofing which other apps seem to actively embrace.
  • Great app, needs iwatch standalone

    By Ellanvannin
    I have used the app for sometime and it's got pretty much all you need even with the free version. To make it 5 stars for me it needs:- 1. Individual lap times on the iPhone display. I've asked several times and they are aware. 2. They are really missing out by not having a stand alone iwatch capability. It just does not make sense to have to bring phone and watch with you. Other fitness apps have this, why not endomondo? 3. Update- still no standalone app for iwatch, moved to strava until fixed.
  • Supporting since the beginning, going downhill. Under Empire!

    By T!ИNERZ
    Firstly I have been supporting the app since way before Under Armour went on a digital shopping spree... I love the app but as a paying subscriber for over six years, I’ve put up with these poor bugs for too Long now. Regularly reported. Poor sync with MFP or not at all when selecting Cycling transport Apple Watch app is a joke. Disconnects, freezes and fails to read heart rate when other apps work fine. Very slow. Since upgrading to new iPhone 8 - unable to pair Low energy Bluetooth heart rate belt. Again, other apps work fine. Milestone markers don’t correct up date achievements Inability to record Swimming correctly so no good for thi Athletes. Sadly, this app was my number one fitness app. Now, I have slowly started to migrate away from the Under Armour collective empire. Sad days.
  • Worse again!

    By Richard265
    Another update, another move in the wrong direction.
  • Great....apart from...

    By Bigevilman
    Constantly asking me to review every 5 mins :/
  • Destroy this trump supporting company

    By Kubanarin
    Have deleted the app as a result of Under Armours support of the racist Trump
  • Great app

    By MrAshleyJohnson
    Great app, but the new update with adverts that just don’t disappear are really annoying. I cycle everyday and like to see my time splits, but now I have to come out of the app and go back in to get rid of the ads!