RunKeeper uses the iPhone's built in GPS to track your position and provide feedback every 5 minutes on your distance covered, time and average speed. The name 'RunKeeper' is slightly misleading in that running is only one of a multitude of activities from cycling to rowing to skiing and ... Read review
"...upload the data to the RunKeeper website which then keeps a record of all previous workouts with a greater degree of information such as graphs that show the altitude and speed continuously across the duration of the exercise. This is all displayed in a style reminiscent of Facebook and you can add friends and see their exercises if they allow it. The default option for the website is that data is kept private and so you don't have to worry about ..."
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