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December 31, 2010

Grab RunKeeper Pro Worth $10 For Free and Stay Fit and Healthy

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Written by: Ashish Mundhra
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If you have an Android master piece in your hands and your New Year’s resolution is to stay fit and lose some weight, there’s good news. The popular fitness app, RunKeeper Pro (worth $10), is now free for a month. The application helps keep in mind the importance of jogging and exercise in one’s life and leaves no stones unturned to ensure it.

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Previously, the free users were only allowed to track their fitness activities, including distance, time, pace, calories, and path traveled on a map. These feature were very basic and were not enough if you needed the perfect  measures to control your weight.

Now with the giveaway of the pro version, users can avail features like audio cues, customized interval workouts, integrated RunKeeper Fitness Classes and no advertising without paying a single penny.

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If you are not sure as to what ‘RunKeeper Fitness Classes’ is, its an online fitness class, run by RunKeeper, where you can have access to various workout plans  according to your needs and can submit your results each day to track your progress. To access this feature, all you will need to do is Signup here.

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The application uses your phone’s GPS system to track your fitness activities, so the reports are correct in terms of miles covered and average calories burned. So if removing those extra inches is your goal for 2011, go download it now.

Download RunKeeper Pro

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About the Author

Ashish Mundhra
Ashish Mundhra from Siliguri (India) and Admin of TechPanache.com loves exploring the gamut of new developments in the technology field. Once versed with the knowledge, he loves sharing his experiences and experiments with the world. You can follow him @techpanache




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One Comment


  1. Eric Hula

    I read the review for this app. Many made the excellent point that for most of us, we don’t need RK to connect to our contacts or FB. Many said that the app was good before but that it’s getting too bloated and asking for too many permisssions.

    Thanks anyway, Ashish.



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