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Nike+ GPS app for i-phone (use the nike+ without the ipod sensor) £1.19 @ itunes

£1.19 @ iTunes
No need for a sensor, just download the app from i-tunes, set up and away you go. I was toying with the idea of buying a sensor for my shoe (for pace), but this new app gets the pace info from the ac… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
No need for a sensor, just download the app from i-tunes, set up and away you go. I was toying with the idea of buying a sensor for my shoe (for pace), but this new app gets the pace info from the accelerometer. Very good app and I would highly recommend to all those runners out there.
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#1
yep def hot from me. wasn't this released at $3?
#3
shadycowboy
yep def hot from me. wasn't this released at $3?


Not sure, I have been using the free micoach app, which is similar, but the analysis on your runs on this is top notch.

The forums that set you challenges for your training too is spot on, and posting to facebook or twitter automatically is a plus
#4
runkeeper is better.
There is a free version or pro which is £5.99.
Free version has all the core functions
#5
if it worked on ipod would be good-tbh dont fancy taking my iphone out running,still a good price tho but will stick with the shoe sensor and the ipod simply because phone is way too expensive to risk.

voted hot for price tho
#6
Would this work with walking?
#7
Hi,

If this is based on the accelerometer, will it work with an iPod Touch ? I have the sensor in my shoe, but find the application is clunky and hate the fact you can only play a playlist in order or shuffle the entire contents of your iPod (I really want to shuffle within a playlist - I like surprises).

Or, does it require the GPS capabilities of the iPhone ?
#8
I use a map, a ruler and a piece of string.

This deal is cheaper but would like to know just how well it works 1st. The same trip on some of the pedometers I've tried come up with very very different results on the iPod so I'm a bit unsure as yet.
#9
Any one know if there is a similar app for Android?
#10
shady
Hi,

If this is based on the accelerometer, will it work with an iPod Touch ? I have the sensor in my shoe, but find the application is clunky and hate the fact you can only play a playlist in order or shuffle the entire contents of your iPod (I really want to shuffle within a playlist - I like surprises).

Or, does it require the GPS capabilities of the iPhone ?


This requires the GPS of the iphone
#11
ThunderBolt
I use a map, a ruler and a piece of string.

This deal is cheaper but would like to know just how well it works 1st. The same trip on some of the pedometers I've tried come up with very very different results on the iPod so I'm a bit unsure as yet.


I have mapped via google maps the same runs and the accuracy is spot on
#12
rhinopaul
Any one know if there is a similar app for Android?


Only with the sensor for now, my mate uses it
#13
funguy03
Would this work with walking?


It would certainly map your routes and give a pace, time etc. though it does not have a specific 'walking' function
#14
How long would the battery last running with the GPS on?
#15
gram333uk
How long would the battery last running with the GPS on?

I'm sure for a lot longer than I could run for!
Sorry, I know it's not very helpful but I couldn't resist.
#16
rhinopaul
Any one know if there is a similar app for Android?

Runkeeper
in fact anyone can use the website and add runs manually.
runkeeper.com
(I do not work for them)
#17
mills85
rhinopaul
Any one know if there is a similar app for Android?
Runkeeperin fact anyone can use the website and add runs manually.runkeeper.com(I do not work for them)
Thanks, good reviews, I will give it a go.
#18
nice one, cheers!
#19
imapmyride is a good one too

integrates with their website so you can view it all online
#20
I'm sticking with Runkeeper, but must admit at £1.19 this is a good value app
#21
I've tried all of the running apps. My favourite is RunKeeper.

I'm sticking with RunKeeper. Amazing piece of software. Their website online is the biggest advantage. Good to see Nike finally catching up with the small developers though!!

Used to use Nike, and bought in to their nike running shoes too - as i needed to use the chip. Stopped using it when i started running barefoot, but thankfully soon came along RunKeeper.

RunKeeper website is far better and the pro app has interval training, custom training and lots more too.

Good value app for nike though, but was always going to be cheaper, and have more market share.
#22
gram333uk
How long would the battery last running with the GPS on?


I've done a couple of half marathons with RunKeeper (using GPS and music at the same time on the iPhone), and it used around 50% (from 100%, after up to 2 hours) of a 3GS battery. I would think the nike app would be very very similar.

Edited By: ajay87 on Sep 09, 2010 14:45: Included time / percentage
#23
Decent price
#24
+1 for runkeeper free
#25
gram333uk
How long would the battery last running with the GPS on?


I have been on a 2 hour run and used less than 20% of the battery
#26
jimhuf
try http://www.endomondo.com its free all round and works on lots of devices,


Tried this and unfortunately it does not drive the ipod tunes from the app. Also this has issues with if you get a call or message during your workout, as it stops the workout and you have to resume it to continue. I prefer to just get my messages when I am done working out rather than, stopping half way through forced to read via the app lol
#27
loll1es
gram333uk
How long would the battery last running with the GPS on?


I have been on a 2 hour run and used less than 20% of the battery


cheers for the comments on battery, its just i was using Navigon gps on my 3G in the states driving and it really killed the battery !
#28
Another very satisfied Runkeeper user here. I used the old Nike+ version for about two years, but I got annoyed at Nike's terrible website, and the GPS tracking on Runkeeper is more accurate, with more features, and the developers update it all the time.

And it's free, which is better than £1.19!
#29
Just installed runkeeper, seems a good app but it isnt showing the map detail only start & finish points but still good for stats.
#30
Does it only work with the gps as that would not give me great times on my treadmill lol
#31
I was desperate for this to come out as I have been using the old Nike+ on my iphone for the last 12 months, and covered 900km so was waiting for them to update Nike+ using GPS, to get maps and the like

Unfortunately if you have old Nike+ data it doesn't copy across to this app, which is rubbish when you have a decent amount of times on there - and want it to be in one...also its buggy syncing to your PC. Until they sort them out then I'm going to stick with the sensor. No voted either way, just thought I would let you know the issues if you use Nike+ at the mo.
#32
gram333uk
How long would the battery last running with the GPS on?


On Saturday I ran 21 miles and from 100% battery at the start I finished on 43%. This was with me listening to music too.
#33
Is it only the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 that this application will function on?
I've got a iPhone 3G. Can function work on it please ? ?

Edited By: lynn44 on Sep 09, 2010 16:16: p&q's
#34
Another +1 for runkeeper. Considering all my stats are already on runkeeper I'll stick to it.

rhinopaul
Just installed runkeeper, seems a good app but it isnt showing the map detail only start & finish points but still good for stats.


It will load the map if you are connected to the internet. Look at it again when you are connected to your home wifi and the map should load.
#35
robster113
Another +1 for runkeeper. Considering all my stats are already on runkeeper I'll stick to it.
rhinopaul
Just installed runkeeper, seems a good app but it isnt showing the map detail only start & finish points but still good for stats.
It will load the map if you are connected to the internet. Look at it again when you are connected to your home wifi and the map should load.

Thats what I did to no avail.
#36
Good value. But I like my Runkeeper Pro. If you want to get fit these tracking apps are a great incentive. Especially if you put the updates live on their websites for all to see. There's no hiding! Unless you strap it to the dog and send him out :)
#37
ajay87
I've tried all of the running apps. My favourite is RunKeeper.
Used to use Nike, and bought in to their nike running shoes too - as i needed to use the chip. Stopped using it when i started running barefoot, but thankfully soon came along RunKeeper.


Barefoot....you kidding!

Think of all the glass and dogs turds squidging between your toes...
Your in the outback aren't you..lucky bug!
banned#38
Consumer be aware, after getting trainers with sensors, and downloading this app, my trainers became prone to stepping on dog ****. Apparantly all turds are mapped on gps and using the earths magnetic field you cannot avoid it.
banned#39
Prefer miCoach..
it has this feature built in and its for FREE + far more features.

Not voted.
#40
addidas micoach is free on iphone and a great app.

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