Pace (running log app)

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by QCassidy352, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. QCassidy352 macrumors G3

    QCassidy352

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    I'm looking for a running log app. I do NOT want an app that uses the GPS to actually map my runs. (I have an iphone 2G, hence no GPS; plus, I run with a little nike+ sportband to get my time and distance, and if I want music, I add an ipod shuffle. Way less obtrusive than an iphone.) I'm also not looking for an app that includes a million exercises and weight training programs. I just want a running log.

    To that end, after scouring 22 pages of health and fitness apps on the app store, "Pace" is the only thing I've found that seems like what I want. There's one review that says that you can't just put in a time and distance, but have to assign every run you do to one of your previously loaded routes. That would sorta be a deal-breaker for me (too many routes, and too many days I don't run a route I've run before), but it's an old review and maybe that has been changed.

    Has anyone used this app? What do you think of it?
     
  2. iTeen macrumors 65816

    iTeen

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    The app I've been using to keep track of my running miles is Cardio Track, its really nice, and even works perfect with my iPod touch. Worth the price.
    As for Pace, I haven't even heard of it.
     
  3. QCassidy352 thread starter macrumors G3

    QCassidy352

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    I just found it today, during my journey through the entire health/fitness section. I haven't heard of it mentioned anywhere else. Does cardio track allow you to put in the route, time, distance, and comments for each run? Space for those things would be the absolute minimum I would expect from a running log.
     
  4. lad macrumors newbie

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    iPhone running app

    You may want to try Running Log on the app store. Just a calendar-based way to log your runs -- no gps required, shows weekly/monthly stats.
     

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