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iRunner app review: track your progress-2020

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Introduction

If you’re a runner looking for a reliable running app to record your runs then you’ll definitely want to check out the iRunner app for unparalleled functionality. 

The best iPhone apps for running a marathon

This app for running is your workout coach and route tracker! Record your time, distance, pace and speed for each workout. Compare the results over time. Voice feedback, splits, in-workout pictures, online workout access and more funvtions we will cover in this irunner app review, you’ll have everything you need to track your training progress.

This app makes an excellent addition to the Health & Fitness category of the App Store, and although the genre of running apps and route trackers especially is highly cluttered I really think the developers have done a great job of producing a utility that rises above the competition.   

Check out our iRunner app review to see if this is the running app for you and take a look at our running apps list for more great options. 

iRunner Run Tracker & Heart Rate Trainer

Free

GPS Integration

What we have here is a highly effective, intuitive, and easy-to-use tool that provides you with just about everything you need to plot running routes with GPS integration, see them displayed on a map, and receive vital statistics for your sessions.

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The information you receive for each of your runs includes all of the usual data, such as your average speed and pace, the distance you’ve covered, and the duration of your session, and this information can also be viewed on a graph so that you can compare your performances in the long term.

With Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support, app for running support almost all BLE heart rate monitors such as the Scosche Rhythm+, Polar H7 / H10, Viiiiva, OrangeTheory Fitness, and many more. When used with pedometers / step tracking devices like your iPhone or Apple Watch, Fitbit, or Garmin Vivofit, this walking, hiking, running app will monitor your total daily activity, distance and calories burned.

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Full iOS 8 Optimization

iRunner | Runners & Walkers Fitness | Heart Rate Training | Run, Jog, Walk & Hike Workout Route Tracker | GPS Tracking | Weight & Calorie Tracker provides audio prompts and feedback throughout each of your sessions so that you can stay aware of how you are performing both during and afterwards.

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What’s more, this app works in tandem with Withings, Fitbit, Jawbone, and other devices to record your blood pressure, sleep, and other health markers, plus it has been fully updated and optimized for compatibility with iOS 11 and the Apple Health app.

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iRunner Run Tracker & Heart Rate Trainer

Free

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Track your running sessions with a wide array of features
  • Record your distance covered, duration, speed, and more
  • Use your device’s integrated GPS to easily see your running routes on a map
  • View your workout data projected onto detailed charts for handy visual feedback
  • Receive audio prompts and feedback throughout each of your sessions
  • Use Withings, Fitbit, Jawbone, and other devices to record your blood pressure, sleep, and other health markers
  • Share your records with others online via Facebook, Twitter, and email
  • Fully updated and optimized for compatibility with iOS 11 and the Apple Health app

Cons          

  • There is nothing negative to say about this app

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Final Words

iRunner | Runners & Walkers Fitness | Heart Rate Training | Run, Jog, Walk & Hike Workout Route Tracker | GPS Tracking | Weight & Calorie Tracker for iPhone and iPad is a very impressive contribution to its genre, and one that is sure to come in handy whether you’re running for weight loss, competition, or just a bit of plain ol’ fun!

iRunner Run Tracker & Heart Rate Trainer

Free
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MarkBangs

Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.