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RunFit allows you to display your weekly progress from your running workouts directly on your Apple Watch faces. It features a simple and easy to read native design, support many types of complications, automatic data refresh and more.


Easily keep track of three important weekly metrics:

• Distance
• Running time
• Quality time

With those metrics, you'll get an idea of how much training you did for the week. Every first day of the week, the data is reset so you can begin the new week anew.


Each stats are available as separate complications that refresh automatically (approx. every 15 minutes). That means that by customizing your favourite watch face, you'll be able to quickly glance at your running data without even having to open the app. And now with watchOS 7, you can display all three stats on the same watch face. Make sure to keep your Apple Watch updated to the latest version to enjoy this new feature!


Quality time is the number of minutes during the week that were run at or faster than your quality pace. You can set your desired pace in the app. In practice, that should correspond to a pace fast enough that you feel that you're making good effort during your run.

Quality minutes are a useful tool to make sure that you are not constantly running fast and hard.


You can choose to be notified if your quality percentage gets too high for the week. This way, you will know that it should be a good idea to run a bit slower for the rest of the week.


You don't even need to do your workout with your Apple Watch for RunFit to work. As long as your workout data gets saved in the Health app of your iPhone you are good to go. Most popular iOS workout apps such as Strava and Garmin Connect integrates with the Health app. If you prefer to keep things simple, running workouts done with Apple Watch's built in Workout app are, of course, also supported.


RunFit does not use user analytics and do not send any data; it literally can't as it has no server. Everything that happens on your Apple Watch stays on your Apple Watch, right there with you.


Whether you just picked up running as a hobby or you are an elite marathon runner, RunFit's simple and easy to read metrics will help you keep track of your weekly training.

What’s New

Version 2.1.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Enhanced support for always-on display on Apple Watch Series 5 or later

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

juwanhoward ,

Good simple app that tells me how many miles I’ve run this week

I only wish I could select Sunday as the first day of the week :)

Developer Response ,

Hey juwanhoward, thanks for the review and feedback!

This was actually a feature in a previous version of the app but was removed due to a limitation that was preventing it from working properly.

Standalone Watch apps can only access the last week of data from the Health app and the Health app starts on Monday with no way of changing it so far. That means that sometimes, RunFit would not display an accurate summary if you started your week on Sunday.

As soon as it becomes possible to do it properly, that feature will definitely make a comeback!

App Privacy

The developer, Mathieu Savaria, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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