Nike+ Running Available Now on Android With Version 4.0 Update, New UI

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  • 24 Jun 2012
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  • Nike Inc has released a fresh Nike+ Running app for Android, with a revamped interface. This version 4.0 update uses the GPS on your Android device to track your running on the map and give you all the statistics you need to measure performance. There’s also a shoe tagging feature, that allows you to track your sneakers’ progress.

    It will inform you when it’s time to buy a new pair apparently. The application is available for free and it takes up 17 MB of space on your device. The GPS and accelerometer on your handset or tablet will record the distance, pace and time of your workout and you also get in run audio feedback, letting you know about these metrics. Another cool feature is getting in ear cheers from friends on Facebook, when you broadcast that you’re running. You can even tag the people you ran with and share a map of a route with them.

    There’s a PowerSongs feature, that should give you a boost with a tap of a single button. After a long period of workout, users can view all the runs side by side and check out the progress in a bar graph history view. If you’re a fitness buff, you’ll love this app and you can download it from here.

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    SOURCE: the verge
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