RunKeeper 3.0 is now available from the Google Play Store, bringing a complete visual overhaul to the app along with plenty of new features. Most notable is a redesign in line with Google’s Android best practices in mind. The app takes on the Holo theme introduced in Android 4.0 to provide a consistent experience between OS and app.
New features include in-activity splits for better tracking of workout intervals, the ability to schedule future workouts and set reminders, as well as a new “Me” tab for tracking personal progress. The RunKeeper team has also provided “robust” audio cue improvements.
The new design looks great and the features might be just what you need to catch up on those New Year’s resolutions. Come on, quick slacking! We’re less than two months into 2013…
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