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Workout-tracking RunKeeper app acquired by athletics shoe company Asics

Sportswear manufacturer Asics has announced that it will acquire popular fitness-tracking app RunKeeper.

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Runkeeper adds support for watchOS 2 and music analytics

Workout tracking app Runkeeper has been updated to support watchOS 2, letting you track your workouts without needing to bring your iPhone along.

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Runkeeper adds Spotify integration for premium users

The good folks at Runkeeper have been taken in user feedback, and today are happy to announce that their iOS app now features Spotify integration. That means Spotify premium users can rock out to their favorite tunes on Spotify from right inside Runkeeper — no more jumping between apps.

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The most popular running apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry

Earlier this week we highlighted the best running apps on Windows Phone, iOS, Android and BlackBerry. All month we'll be looking at the top apps across a variety of categories related to fitness. Why? It's #MobileFit month! We're exploring the intersection of a healthy lifestyle and technology. When we posted those top rated running apps, we also included a poll for the various communities to select their favorite running apps. Those results are in. Here are the best running apps according to you.

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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 — they simply use GPS or motion data from your iPhone. But which ones are the absolute best?

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Breeze, by the makers of RunKeeper, aims to keep you moving in style

There's a new motion tracking app in town, and it's from the developers of the highly popular RunKeeper app and service. Breeze, by FitnessTracker, utilizes the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s to monitor your movement and provide you with updates and motivation throughout the day. That M7 data is constantly and consistently being tracked by iOS anyway, so you can install Breeze now for free and have a week's worth of data right off the bat.

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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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RunKeeper receives a major update, right on time for those New Year fitness resolutions

RunKeeper, the hugely popular personal training and fitness tracking app has received a major update. The timing couldn't be any better, straight after the holiday periods antics of over eating and drinking and the time when those New Year resolutions of weight loss and getting fit start to become a reality.

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Best iPhone apps and accessories for running and jogging

"Whether you're new to jogging or are a seasoned marathoner, there are tons of great iPhone apps and accessories will help you to be the best runner you can possibly be."

The iPhone is the perfect companion for those looking to get into jogging or running, or those looking to keep their long-term training fun and fresh. Since it's health and Fitness month here at iMore and the Mobile Nations network, we're going to take a look a the very best accessories and apps that'll help you get the most out of your experience.

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Runner uses Runkeeper to create an Apple logo shaped route through Tokyo

Josepth Tame decided to map out and run a half marathon as a message of thanks to Steve Jobs for his awesome achievements at Apple. What was special about the route he chose to run?  Well it was in the shape of the Apple logo.

The route was recorded using the Runkeeper app and two iPhones. Joseph is no stranger to this type of running art. He has previously run routes which resemble the Twitter bird and an elephant.

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