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ASHLING9 SparkPoints: (11,195)
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2/5/13 2:32 P

Not sure if it's on Andriod, but Nike Training Club is the best workout app I've ever seen and it was FREE!

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
2/5/13 2:25 P

RunKeeper is a great free one.

Zombies Run! is a pay app on both android and IOS. It tells a story around your playlist as you run, of the post-apocalyptic zombie infested world where you are "Runner 5" and have to complete missions to help your town survive.

VESPACHICA Posts: 8
2/5/13 12:40 P

MapMyRun is a great one. I've heard good things about Endomondo.

I mostly use Fitbit's app but that's because I have one (it's awesome).

JCWIAKALA Posts: 347
2/5/13 12:33 P

I like to track my calories and distance when I walk and run on Nike's Running app. It allows me to play my own music in the background, it will GPS my run, and it will tell me when I reach my mile markers.

SAABSTORY Posts: 62
2/5/13 12:30 P

Okay, I am new to the whole smart phone thing, but having one now for a year and finally trying to rededicate my efforts here, I was wondering if anyone uses exercise apps for their smartphone. The one thing I do wish they would change on here is their exercise tracking. It just seems cumbersome. So I am looking for ideas on good exercise apps. Either free or paid for on the Android platform.

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