I have been a longtime user of Runkeeper and like how I get a map of my run/walk/etc. after the end of the activity, and I have enjoyed having Pebble support with it for a long time too, so obviously I was quite keen to see how its Apple Watch app stacked up. Well so far I'm a little underwhelmed... First of all the app is very laggy both in terms of initially loading and also in responding to taps. The initial loading lag I appreciate isn't unique to Runkeeper and I would expect to improve once native apps are available, however the lag associated with tapping the watch screen I really can't quite work out. I frequently have to tap several times before the app registers that I have tried to either Start or Pause the activity, and just after a walk this morning it point blank refused to register me tapping "Stop". I had to fish out my phone in the end and stop it via the main app. Unless I am missing something, it also seems to only allow you to start an activity of the same type you did last via the watch app - I tried pretty much every combination I could think of from scrolling the digital crown, swing up /down/left/right, and force pushing but it only seemed to give me the option of starting a walk. Not a major issue as these days it is mostly walking the dog I am using it for, but surely it would be simple to add scrolling through different activity types either on the screen or via digital crown? Anyone else been using Runkeeper on the Watch? Is it time I tried one of the other fitness apps instead? Unfortunately the built in Apple app doesn't appear to map runs which I often like to review at a later date.