Good news for the cardio fanatic, especially for the Runkeeper users, the app just got better with the support for Apple watch.
The RunKeeper app for Apple watch allow users to check on their health and fitness data, whether they are running, walking, cycling, or undertaking indoor cardio, you can check it all right on your wrist. This is very useful especially those who are into running and cycling as they are able to check their over-all stats without getting their phone out of their pocket. According to Runkeeper Apple Watch you can easily start, stop, and pause your run right from wrist.
See your stats on how far you already reached running, and have some recommendation with an easy to follow training plan workouts on your Apple Watch via notifications, so you know just when to speed up and slow down on those interval workouts.
The new version of RunKeeper also supports Spotify integration and a “Today” widget for Notification Center to its iOS.
We just don’t know if all of the features of RunKeeper on phone will be available also for Apple watch, but we are pretty sure that iOS users who are into fitness are going to be excited about the availability of Runkeeper for Apple watch.