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Get the Best Running App for Free:
•Free Tracking of Runs, Walks, Bike Rides & More
•GPS Maps & Records Time in Workout, Distance, Speed, Splits, Laps and more
•Voice Feedback – Customize when and what feedback you want
•Share Results with Facebook, Twitter or via Email
•See Workouts Online at

Now integrates with:
• Fitbit
• MyFitnessPal
• Withings Weight Scales

Add a Heart Rate Monitor For*:
•Real-time Heart Rate, Charts and Training Feedback
•WAY More Accurate Caloric Burn!
•Fitness Assessments – Measure Your VO2 Max & Overall Fitness Levels, Create Custom Heart Rate Training Zones
•Custom Heart Rate Zones – Create Your Own or Let the New Fitness Assessments Create Them for You
•Track Indoor Cardio like Rowing & Elliptical

Supported Heart Rate Monitors:
•Polar Wearlink+ Bluetooth Classic Heart Rate Monitor
•Zephyr HxM Bluetooth Classic Heart Rate Monitors
•Scosche Rhythm and MyTREK Heart Rate Monitors (Pulse)

* Heart Rate Monitor support and Fitness Assessments require in-app upgrades.

iRunner Free Version
(See Below for Full Heart Rate Monitor Supported Features)

Track your workouts indoors & out – runs, rides, Spin® and other exercises like rowing and elliptical*. Map your outdoor runs and rides, record your time, distance, speed and more, then share your results. Swipe through to see maps, charts, and other stats in real-time or in results.

• Track Distance, Time, Pace/Speed and Splits
See your progress real-time with easy-to-read metric screens. Swipe through to see maps, charts, and other stats.

• Complete Route Mapping
See your routes and progress real-time with an overlay of key metrics. View all your past routes in results. Zoom in and out for more details.

• Listen to Voice Feedback as you Workout
Hear pace / speed, distance and elapsed time when you reach selected distance or time milestones (ex. every mile or every 5 minutes).

• See Your Results and Charts for All Workouts
View overall stats (pace/speed, distance, time duration and more) as well as pace charts, route maps, and split breakouts.

• Share Results, Charts and Maps
E-mail your workout results or post them to Facebook or Twitter. Export to .CSV, .GPX, or .TCX files and analyze your data in depth.

• Sync Data to the Web and View Online
Never lose your data with automatic cloud back up. Syncs all devices so you have all your data on your iPhones, iPods and iPads, and a bigger view of you online.

Add Heart Rate Monitor Support and Fitness Assessments In-App Upgrades

Add a Polar Wearlink+ Bluetooth Classic heart rate monitor, Scosche Rhythm or Zephyr HxM for real-time heart rate and training feedback. Once you’ve added a heart rate monitor, you unlock the real power and beauty in our app. Enjoy great cardio workouts and track your health effortlessly with iRunner. Also now in beta for DROID RAZR, Polar H7 and H6 BLE HRM support.

• Track Heart Rate with Real-Time Charting
Cardio is what we live for! Get the most out of your iCardio experience by monitoring your heart rate zones (aerobic, anaerobic, etc.) using the real-time chart, in depth analysis and more. Great customizable voice feedback based on zones and transition too.

• Calories Based on Your Heart Rate Intensity
Our calorie algorithms are driven by heart rate and factor in your height, weight, age, gender and fitness level – the only way to get accurate Calorie burn numbers.

• Custom Heart Rate Zones
Manually adding custom zone ranges by workout type, or create your custom zones using our Fitness Assessments.

• Fitness Assessments
Ever wonder how fit you are, or if training is paying off? Now you can know with a heart rate monitor and our Fitness Assessments upgrade. Create custom heart rate training zones; estimate your VO2 Max and Fitness Rank (from 1 to 100, age adjusted), and more. Watch your fitness level increase with good training. How cool is that?

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Tags: scosche rhythm irunner, irunner upgrade, polar h7 irunner.

Recently changed in this version

Fix for some in-app purchases
Added linking to Fitbit, MyFitnessPal and Withings - view integrated results online
Added Zephyr HxM Heart Rate Monitor support
Fixed app backgrounding issues
Scosche Improvements – backgrounding, connection issues, and more
Re-enabled beta version of BLE for DROID RAZR
Sync fixes
Minor bug fixes

Comments and ratings for iRunner
  • (42 stars)

    by Edward Wen on 22/04/2014

    Tried four different app for jogging. This one is much better than the other three.

  • (42 stars)

    by Emma Chung on 01/03/2014

    Do not download ! I paid for premium because it said it supports H7 polar heart rate sensor and it said i have too pair with the device first! I paid because my phone could not pair with it. Gow could do the connection but Gow is free of charge! Please allow a refund. There was not even an apology for the misleading instructions at all. Absolutely a irresponsible developer!

  • (42 stars)

    by Nox Dineen on 21/02/2014

    The H7 supports old school WearLink+ as well as Bluetooth Smart, iRunner can't connect using either protocol. I've been able to connect my HRM to other running apps on my phone so the problem is clearly the iRunner app. Sadly no refund available to me. If you have a Nexus 5 and Polar H7 the best options I've found are Runtastic Pro and the Polar app.

  • (42 stars)

    by S Arshad on 17/02/2014

  • (42 stars)

    by Markus Müller on 08/02/2014

    Bought pro version - wanted to connect my scosche MYTREK pulse monitor: without success. Of course following all the instructions / helps and faqs... :-(

  • (42 stars)

    by Douglas McClelland on 10/01/2014

    Why is this app repackaged under a bunch of different names. It's bullcrap.

  • (42 stars)

    by C Lansley on 07/01/2014

    I installed this thinking it would have the same level of support as iCardio and even paid for Pro before finding out that it didn't support BLE like iCardio does. [You may wonder why I would want this and iCardio - my wife and I both use the same device so I was going to use iRunner and she could use iCardio (i.e. a workaround for the lack of multiple-profile support)]

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