Smartwatches are becoming our best companions in our fitness goals. We can use them to track our heart rate, blood pressure, sleep, and other health-related data to live an active life. The Apple Watch Series 4 & Series 5 is such an advanced-trackers that helps us in many ways. We have heard many survival stories in recent days about how Apple Watches have saved the lives of many people. It is the best Apple technology that always comes with lots of essential functions. The sensors, GPS trackers, new technology chip to track heart rate & sleep are the best tools to use in daily fitness routines.
If you are a person who likes to wake up early in the morning and start running, then Apple Watch is the best running smartwatch for you. The sensors & the GPS will provide you with all the information about your running activities and guide you throughout the running session. Wear the Apple Watch Series 4 or Series 5 and start to run. Some apps will help you to gather all your running information and store it on the watch. To help you in this workout session, we recommend you to use these best running apps on Apple Watch Series 4 & Series 5 watches.
Best Running Apps for Apple Watch
The app is developed by the Under Armour company, well known for various fitness apps. You will get over 600 activities inside the app, which is remarkable in the free subscription. You will find all the necessary sports that will guide you throughout the running. You can track your route, and the app also motivates you to burn the calories. Some features in the app come with a premium subscription. You have to pay $4.99 for a month or $29.99 for a year to unlock the functions. Download the app from App Store from the Apple Watch.
2. Nike Run Club
Nike has tied up with Apple for the Apple Watch Series and you can get a special edition of Apple Watch Nike Edition in the market. Samsung has also tied up with Under Armour to build special edition and many other companies are doing the same. Though if you have other Apple Watch, then you can download the Nike Run Club app from the App Store. It will challenge you to achieve your daily goals and motivate you to do more. Audio-guided runs are the best part of it and for extra fun, you can add your friends.
For the running, walking, hiking, climb and other activities, you can use the RunKeeper app on the smartwatch. Like the Nike Run Club, it has audio features to guide & motivate you on the way. The accurate GPS tracker and various tools will take care of you to burn the calories. RunKeeper Go is the premium subscription that unlocks many functions at $9.99 for a month. The app won’t store run history. For the run history, you have to use your phone.
It is one of the best apps for fitness goals. Fitness-related users use it on their smartwatches. It is the most comprehensive app on every platform available on Fitbit, Samsung, Garmin and Wears OS smartwatches. The accurate data, various workout modes and free availability are the best parts to recommend this app. You can track the running, walking, cycling, hiking and many more patterns. Also, buy a premium subscription to try at minimum cost. Strava maintains 4.8-star ratings in the App Store.
The app supports you to burn the calories by giving many challenges. If you reach the goal, then get ready for the next challenge. It shows the duration, current pace, and the heart rate measurement during the running exercises. MapMyRun & Endomondo is made by Under Armour developers for different users but with the same goals. Download the app from the App Store and start running on the outside park or other locations.
The App Store doesn’t have only these best running apps. Runtastic and Run Go are also there to guide you and motivate you throughout the running sessions. All the apps come with free of cost and have curated for both Apple Watch Series 4 & Series 5 smartwatches. To download all the apps you can use your iPhone or App Store within the Apple Watch. Share your experience with the app in the comment section below.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.