It took them long enough, but Nike has finally made its popular running app available on the Android platform. The Nike+ Running app can now be downloaded for free on Google Play.
Using the app, runners will not only be able to track their progress, but they can also share and compare their runs with over 7 million runners on Nike+ community website. The Android version of Nike+ Running app is optimized to run on the platform and comes with an intuitive user interface. With a seamless and simple in-run navigation, runners can easily check their stats, in-progress GPS maps, change songs to fit with the mood and more – all without losing their pace. There’s also an in-run audio feedback that tells the distance as they run.
Here are other features of Nike+ Running app:
As we are about to enter the third quarter of the year, there’s still time to meet those New Year’s resolutions. Though Google Play isn’t short on running apps, the Nike+ Running app will be a fine addition to the list that can help keep track of your progress and even provide motivation.
What are your thoughts on this handy little app? Let us know in the comments below.
Not available in Finland by 24.6.2012…Are you writing about the US-version?
…sorry for above, it’s available allright, my sgs1′s just toooooo old ;D so the app doesn’t support it.
It is not available in the UK, and I have a Galaxy note, not too old, just not available in the UK. On the app store it states, “this is not available in your country or by your operator”
On one of the permissions, you allow the app to make phone calls. “Allow the applicationto access the phone fetures of the device. An application with this permission can determine the phone number and serial number of this phone, whether a call is active, the number that call is connected to and the like.” Why is ths necessary?
Looks to be available now. Im in the UK and using a Galaxy S2.
Im in the UK and using a Galaxy S2 on 3 and cannot install as it states it is not compatible…
I’m in UK and using a htc sensation on orange. Still not available in play store and my phone is completely up to date.
I still can’t get it on T-Mobile. My phone is a Galaxy S2, but the problem (according to the Google Play website) is that it’s not available “on my carrier”.
Its not compatible with the s2… the list is pretty limited…mostly vzw phones and the s3
Only available on 02 in uk until after christmas!
working fine on the xperia T. a fine app , I must say for a free one!