One app for all of your events. Track participants on an events course map, view real-time leaderboards, receive participant progress alerts and important updates from events.
• View & share results and rankings.
• Find event landmarks with the course map.
• Track participants via GPS.
• Accept or decline tracking notifications.
• Receive push notifications for followed participants.
• Take and share event photos with all other spectators and participants using the app.
• Easily follow and stay up-to-date with Marathons, 5Ks, 10Ks and Triathlons near you.
In the Watch app, Apple’s HealthKit is used to collect heart rate and exercise data, and at the end of a run, the workout is saved to Healthkit.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
• Performance improvement and bug fix.
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Does not display course maps
I downloaded this just to be able to view course maps for upcoming races. When I select my race (I also tried others) occurring this Saturday, the app takes me to a map of the entire US with my GPS location. No course map to be found. I thought maybe zooming in to the location do the race would get it to show up, but no such luck.
Developer Response ,
Hey, Sorry about the let down here! Unfortunately the event organizer didn't have the map configured for this event. Reach out to them and let them know you would like to see the course map!
You had ONE job...
...and you failed spectacularly. Downloaded the app to follow two friends running the LA marathon in March 2020. Requested to follow them the night before and was accepted by both - all seemed to be working as I could see them geotagged at their home (why this is possible is a mystery, but that’s the least of the app’s problems). Morning of the marathon I open the app to track the runners as I head out to cheer for them on the route, and what do you know, the location tracking is completely missing. No location/status/progress report for either runner. I check the app more than 30 times over the next 3 hours, and not once does the location tracker find them. Twitter suggests this is the norm, as the marathon’s account is flooded with people complaining about the app just flat out not working. People flew across the country to watch their family run and the app singlehandedly ruined the experience. I miss seeing either of them, drive home dejected, and an hour after one of the friends finish and leave the marathon area, they show up on the app again. How do you manage to fail so thoroughly at your central purpose? And ruin so many people’s experience with your utter incompetence?
Do not download-needs update
Downloaded app to track my husband during a marathon. The app seemed simple enough but come race day and could not be tracked, as a marathon participant he had to sign in and accept a follow request(I guess that is possible when your actively running a marathon). Signed up for text and email alerts and never came through. Save yourself the frustration. This app has major kinks to work out. Shame for the developers and whomever that promoted to download this app for all marathon tracking needs.
- Active Network, LLC
- 83.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Filipino, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Active Network, LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.