On the day of the launch of iOS 7 in September last year, Runmeter was duly updated and redesigned for the new operating system. A couple of days later, the iPhone 5s was released. It's only now, though, that Runmeter has been updated to take advantage of the M7 motion coprocessor built into Apple's flagship handset.
Effectively, Runmeter now also functions on iPhone 5s as an all-day tracker for steps and cadence:
- Your iPhone is now an all-day fitness tracker!
- Tracks your steps all day long and graphs them for you.
- Records your step cadence during your workout, and displays them in app and online.
- Informs you when your step cadence is too fast or slow with target announcements.
- Tracks indoor workouts with new treadmill activities.
The new version of Runmeter is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later.
Runmeter is featured as an “essential app” in AppAdvice's Best GPS Activity Loggers AppGuide.
For more recently updated fitness apps, see also: Pumatrac 2.0 Features Spotify Integration, Global Insights, Indoor Mode And More, Simple Step-Tracking App Pedometer++ Goes 2.0 With New Design And New Features, and Human 2.0 Features Indoor Activity Tracking, Improved Detection System And More.[gallery link="file" order="DESC"]