What you need to know
- Nike has updated its Nike Run Club app for Apple Watch.
- It brings a new modular sport face with multiple complications.
- It also has new metrics and streaks to help keep you motivated.
Nike has today updated its Nike Run Club app for Apple Watch with a new face, metrics, and streaks in time for the release of Apple Watch Series 6.
In a press release Nike stated:
New features include a new exclusive modular sport face that will offer multiple complications. These include the quick-start button, total monthly miles, and Guided Runs.
Once you start a run, new metrics will help you measure every stride including average pace and cadence. There's also a new Nike Twilight Mode to help when you're running in the small hours without as much daylight that features a new in-run display and design.
The final addition is Streaks. NRC now offers runners streak rewards, similar to Apple's own exercise rewards for running at least once a week. There are various different streak vadges that will unlock exclusive icons.
Alongside the Apple Watch Series 6 Apple announced brand new Nike+ editions of its latest Watch, sporting some brand new color combinations as well as exclusive faces, and of course all the new benefits of Series 6 including a Blood Oxygen Sensor and the S6 chip.
Apple Watch Series 6
It's got a hot new chip.
Apple Watch Series 6 features a Blood Oxygen sensor, new colors, and watchOS 7
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