Night mode, music, improved audio cues & more treats with Android 3.1!
Posted on March 6, 2013 at 6:04 PM -
Less than a month after we made you all our Valentines with our big 3.0 redesign, we’re still keeping the treats coming with this latest update for RunKeeper Android.
We’re continuing to make the most of Android standards with and music play access built right into the action bar that lets you fire up a playlist without leaving the app! Also included:
Capture more data about your activity
We want you to take your training to the next level, so we’ve added the ability to set a target pace workout. We’ve also built out the audio cues to inform you of your current interval pace. And for those looking to stay on top of their heart rate stats, you can now manually enter that information in, too.
More Flexible Sharing
Ever been so excited to end a workout that you forgot to hit share and brag about it to your friends and family? We sure have! Now with Android 3.1, you can easily get the word out after the fact with the native Android sharing features we’ve added.
We’ve gotten great feedback from you all on the fun personality behind our 3.0 redesign, but we get that the light colors can be hard on the eyes in the darker hours. So we’ve added a night mode with darker colors for those later hours. Thanks to our brand new in-activity settings, you can even choose the color scheme and screen orientation of your liking even while a run is already underway.
Be sure to download the update and let us know what you think! And stay tuned for lots more rollouts this year.