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Feature-rich. Supports a long list of activities—not just running. Includes modes for workout, competition, and training. Integrates music player. Voice feedback available in several languages. Metric settings available. Auto-pause feature included.
Some expensive add-on services available as in-app purchases.
- Bottom Line
Don't be fooled by Runtastic's name. Runtastic PRO (for iPhone) tracks much more than just running, including cycling, hiking, skiing, and kayaking, and spits out a wealth of information about your activities and routes.
Can I share with you just how much I hate running? Having tried it across a number of years, indoors and outdoors, it's simply not for me. I inevitably spend the whole time thinking, 'Why? Why am I doing this?' So why would I ever want a running app, much less think Runtastic PRO ($4.99) deserves such a high rating? It has to do with the fact that fitness apps are often deceiving, especially in their names. Runtastic really isn't solely for runners. Sure, it's marketed at the hobbyist runner crowd, but you can use it to track nearly any outdoor activity, from walking to cycling to skiing. I used Runtastic to keep track of my more leisurely activities, and loved the wealth of information the app collected about where I went, how long it took, and the total distance traveled.
Runtastic PRO isn't the only fitness app with a misleading name. I've had similar experiences with the Map My Run and its companion Map My Ride+ ($2.99) apps, as well as the Cyclemeter iPhone app ($4.99). None of these apps is specific to any one sport, and they all have free versions as well, but paying a few dollars for the 'pro' or 'plus' edition is worthwhile because it ensures access to all the data. Some of the freebies, on the other hand, short-change you or repeatedly push an upgrade message at you.
Runtastic PRO captures all the basic data you'd expect from a fitness tracking app: distance, average speed, speed between mile markers, elevation, pace, pace between mile markers, duration, calories burned, and route as plotted on a map using GPS, which you can optionally disable to conserve battery power.
Open the app, and you can launch right into your activity by hitting a green start button on the 'Session' tab, which is the default home screen. The app will ask if you want live tracking enabled, and then prompt you to choose your activity, unless you've set the app to a default sport. The app will then countdown a few seconds (to give you a moment to strap your iPhone into place), which you can also customize to be 5 seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds, or no time at all. Tapping the screen will also kill the countdown so you can get moving.
When you finish your run, kayak ride, cross-country ski route, or what have you, the app opens to a page where you can log additional details about the weather, surface (i.e., pavement, wooded trails, gravel), your mood, and average heart rate, which becomes automatic if you wear a compatible chest strap. The app also automatically records the average temperature based on your location. I like these little details because you can mark, for example, if you're injured or just having a down day, which would account for a slow pace or shorter than normal route.
I used Runtastic on a couple of bike rides and also on a few long walks. I wore headphones while walking and liked that Runtastic didn't interrupt me much, other than to announce when I passed a mile marker and the total time at that point. While bicycling, I tucked my iPhone away, which is when the delayed start countdown came in handy. Both of those features are pretty standard in other fitness apps that cost a few dollars, although they're the kind of thing that might be missing in free apps.
Free vs. Pro
As mentioned, Runtastic does have a free app, but it's somewhat limited compared with the Pro version. Also, it's a little tricky, but not all the features in the Runtastic PRO are available across all platforms, so for example while the iPhone Pro app has an integrated music player, the Android version does not. I'm reviewing the iPhone version here, and luckily, it has the most features of any platform.
Pro adds: voice feedback (in English, German, Spanish, French and Italian), live tracking, routes and routes search (meaning you can find routes that other users have mapped nearby), pulse reading and heart rate zones (when a compatible heart rate monitor is added), as well as an integrated music player. You can set a power song from your music library, which is what Runtastic will play if you need a boost. Runtastic PRO also has a few different modes for guiding your activity toward a specific goal, such as workout, interval workout, and competitions. And most important to me, the PRO version has auto-pause, meaning it accounts for stops at red lights and such.
Runtastic PRO app for iPhone balances depth of information with ease of use. It gathers a lot of data surrounding activities you do, but keeps the interface simple enough that you can easily get to the most important information quickly. Explore all the settings and menu buttons, however, and you'll uncover more and more. When you buy the $4.99 PRO version, everything is included, although Runtastic still does offer some additional in-app purchases, special (and expensive) training programs that coach you through marathon prep or weight loss assistance over several weeks. Although I didn't test any of these add-on services, I do feel slightly uneasy when I pay $5 for an app but still feel like the company is trying to sell me more, more, more.
Which Fitness App to Use?
Runtastic, a PCMag Editors' Choice, is a solid activity tracking app, and its iPhone app is the most complete of all the different platform versions. It's worth spending $5 for Runtastic PRO to ensure you get auto-pause, a variety of modes to adjust your exercises to suit when you're training versus when you're trying to burn calories, and the ability to search out new routes uploaded by other users.
A very similar app which I like equally as much is Cyclemeter, which is also an Editors' Choice. Spend $4.99 on either Runtastic PRO or Cyclemeter, and you won't be disappointed.
Runtastic PRO (for iPhone)
Runtastic PRO Running, Fitness Ready to get in shape? Get started to with the Runtastic GPS Running & Fitness PRO app and start tracking your fitness activities (distance, time, speed, elevation, calories burned & more) – such as running, jogging, biking & walking using GPS. Plus it’s fully optimized for Android Wear. Ready to run?
On top of tracking your fitness activities, the Runtastic Running & Fitness app provides you with many more features to improve your fitness and ensure you’re enjoying your workout. Additionally, you will be a part of a global fitness community for extra motivation and tips and tricks from professional coaches to help you reach your fitness goals.
HERE’S WHAT YOU GET IN OUR FITNESS APP
* Auto Pause: Session is paused automatically when you stop moving
* Routes: Create, browse & find routes worldwide and save them to your Android phone
* Challenge a Run: Compete against yourself by challenging past activity results
* Interval run training, coaching and dynamic split (km/mi) tables
* Colored Traces: Colors indicate training changes, incl. pace, elevation, slope
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* Real Voice Coach: Audio feedback based on your personal preferences
* LIVE Tracking & Cheering: Show your friends where you are & get motivated by their cheers
* Customize your dashboard with your preferred training statistics
* Enjoy music with Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud & more, directly within the Runtastic app (available on Android 4.4 and above)
* Manual entry of workouts: Add treadmill, spinning, weight lifting workouts & more
* Yearly Running Goal: Set a running goal & we will keep you on track to reach it with your running apps. Set your fitness goals today & we’ll be your running distance tracker
* Shoe Tracking: Keep track of the mileage on your running shoes so you know when it’s time to retire your shoes and get a new pair
SHARE YOUR SUCCESS
* Running Leaderboard: See who’s run the furthest this/last week or this month
* Geotagging: Take pictures during your workout and see them on the map on Runtastic.com
* Share activities on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp & via email
THE PERFECT ADDITION
* Garmin Connect: Easily connect your Runtastic account to your Garmin Connect directly in the app. Conveniently synchronize activities from your Garmin Forerunner, Fenix, GPS-enabled Vivo or Edge bike computer with your Runtastic account.
* Integrate Runtastic activities to your MyFitnessPal account & to Google Fit
* Android Wear Integration: Control your Runtastic app with Android Wear
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Multilanguage version includes: Russian, English, Italian, Spanish, French, Deutsch, Poland, Portuguese, Dutch, Japanese.
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