What you need to know
- Just give MeandR a distance and it'll work out where you should go, and how you should get there.
We all know that sometimes just getting out and walking can be a great way to help blow off the cobwebs, especially at a time where we aren't as mobile as we once were for obvious reasons. But sometimes deciding where to walk to can be more difficult than it might seem – and MeandR is here to take that load for you.
In simplest terms, MeandR is an iPhone app that asks for a distance and, if you want, speed, before mapping out where it thinks you should walk to and how you should get there. It's that simple.
You can track all of your walking and progress and you can see the total number of steps you've taken over the last seven and 30 days – perfect for those who like to compare these kinds of things over time.
- No pressure - choose a distance and pace that suits you
- Simple, fun interface designed to get you going in three taps
- Tracks the distance, time and number of steps for each challenge
- If you didn't finish a challenge, just find it in the history and replay it
- Unit of measurement can be set to kilometres or miles
- Map easily toggled between standard or satellite view
- Shuffle between available routes to a target
Whether you're a seasoned walker or just starting out, why not take MeandR for a spin? It's available for download from the App Store now, priced at $1.99.
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