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Running Apps

Pumatrac looks great, tracks your runs and integrates with your Pebble smartwatch

The M7 Motion Coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, opened up new doors for exercise apps. It's a great innovation in the space, but what about folks using any other iPhone? While they might not have access to the M7 there's still some great exercise apps out there, like this one from Puma.

It's called Pumatrac, and simply put it's a run tracking app. It's free to download, and has a couple of great features to improve your workout experience.

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Best run tracking apps for iPhone: RunKeeper, Map My Run, iSmoothRun, and more!

Whether you're going for a personal best, trying to improve your pace, or training for your next 5K, these are the best running apps for iPhone

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you track your runs? Run tracking apps for iPhone can help you log all of your miles, attain all of your goals, and much more. Whether you're getting ready to run your first 5K or your third marathon, odds are there's a running app in the App Store to suit your needs. The best part? None of them require extra accessories like a fitness tracker β€” they simply use GPS or motion data from your iPhone. But which ones are the absolute best?

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Runtime can track all your run/walk data, complete with support for the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor

Runtime is a new run/walk tracker for iPhone that was completely designed with iOS 7 in mind. You can plot and track your runs so you can perform them again later if you'd like. Runtime also supports the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor to allow you to use Runtime as a general purpose pedometer too.

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RunKeeper tracks all your running, walking, and cycling

RunKeeper, the popular running, walking, and cycling tracking app for iPhone, has gotten even better recently with a whole new design, and funner, easier to use experience. And since it's Mobile Nations Fitness Month, the time couldn't be better to give it another look!

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Keep your running pace with Faster for iPhone

How many times have you started your run with the intent of finishing your mile in a specific amount of time, then halfway through give-up and slow down, promising to do better next time? Now what if your music slowed down when you slowed down -- would that be enough to keep up your pace? If yes, then Faster for iPhone is for you.

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