RunKeeper gains support for six new languages

Fitness tracking app RunKeeper has announced today an update that brings native support for six new languages. While the app already is used in over 200 countries around the world, it was previously only available with English support. Now users in Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, and Japan can use the app to get feedback on their running habits in their native languages.

The update to RunKeeper doesn’t only enable new language support, though. It also implements “enhanced displays on your goal progress,” live sharing to social networks, new exercise insights, and badges (for users of RunKeeper Elite).

The update, which takes RunKeeper to version 3.2, is now available in the Google Play Store.

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  • Steven Skwarkowski

    Im still waking up and read that as “RumRunner”! I was really hoping it was a great cocktail mixing app for rum based drinks. I am now officially having a bad morning