Map My Run by Under Armour 4+

GPS Running & Workout Tracker

Under Armour, Inc.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

A complete set of tracking & training tools to help you get into running—or just get better at it. Now with personalized Form Coaching tips for Garmin users!

Whether you’re just starting out on your fitness journey or a seasoned runner, you’ll find the features and tools needed to stay on track and motivated to hit your goals. Get customizable Training Plans, personalized coaching tips to make running feel easier, and more. Stay inspired with a community of over 60 million athletes all supporting your shared commitment to health and fitness.


- Named Top 10 Apps for Runners by The Guardian
- Featured in the NY Times, TechCrunch, Wired, & TIME
- Voted Best Running App Readers' Choice on About.com

CONNECT WITH APPS AND WEARABLES

- Track runs directly from your Apple Watch app and get visual, haptic, and audio progress updates in real-time.
- Connect Under Armour connected shoes to the app and wearable devices for a Premium experience, more data to improve your run, and route tracking.
- Sync with the latest apps and most wearables, including Apple Health, Apple Watch, Garmin, and more.
- Take control of nutrition by connecting with MyFitnessPal for a comprehensive look at your calorie intake and burn.

TRACK AND MAP YOUR WORKOUTS

- Log over 600+ activities with the largest selection of activities, including: running, cycling, walking, gym workouts, cross training, yoga, and more.
- Get real-time audio coaching on GPS-tracked runs, with customizable voice for stats like pace, distance, and elevation.
- Connect with 400+ devices to import and analyze all your data in one place.
- Use Routes to find nearby places to run, save your favorite paths, add new ones, and share with others.

TRAIN LIKE A PRO WITH MVP PREMIUM FEATURES

- Unlock the best tools to turn your goals into achievable plans with a Premium membership.
- Use Live Tracking to share real-time running location and give loved ones peace of mind.
- Execute Training Plans and reach weight loss or distance goals with personalized plans that adapt dynamically to your fitness level as you improve.
- Monitor & analyze heart rate zones to adjust your training based on goals.
- Set a goal for your run and stay on track with audio coach updates, including pace, cadence, distance, duration, calories, and more.

If you upgrade to a premium MVP subscription, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. The monthly subscription costs USD 5.99 per month, while the yearly subscription costs USD 29.99 per year, or USD 2.50 per month. Your subscription renews automatically unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. There is no increase in cost when renewing.

Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. Once purchased, the current period cannot be canceled. Any unused portion of a free trial period is forfeited if you choose to purchase a premium subscription to MVP.

Find the full terms, conditions, and our privacy policy at https://account.underarmour.com/privacy_and_terms.

Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

Apple Health permissions allow us to track your heart rate accurately, update activity rings, and save your workout data.

What’s New

Version 22.12.0

In this release:

We've made a few minor improvements for a better workout experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
619.9K Ratings

619.9K Ratings

Gerg the Destroyer ,

This app makes my Apple Watch worthless

I’ve been using this app for many years. I even bought an Apple Watch as a companion to this app for running, biking, and walking the dog. I like that it communicates with myfitnesspal

But here’s the rub. When this app is installed on my Apple Watch, it starts itself, runs in the background, and kills my watch battery before the end of the work day. A watch that does before the end of your work day is not very useful. I have to go I. To the phone and kill the app, then kill the app on the watch, and even by then it seems the Watch has opened the app on the phone again already. I spend 10 minutes fussing with it when I notice it’s doing that just so that I can make sure my watch battery won’t be drained in 6 hours. It’s fine when I remove this app. It’s even fine some of the time when I have the app on. I don’t run with my Apple Watch anymore because of this app. It’s pretty annoying. I’ve talked to support about it and they basically shrugged me off and said they’ve never heard of anyone else having that problem so it must be me.

It’s a great app if they can fix that glitch, but until then, I can’t use it with my Apple Watch, which I bought specifically to use with this app.

Developer Response ,

So sorry to hear you encountered some issues with the Apple Watch app. This issue has been fixed, so you shouldn't encounter it anymore. If you do have any issues along these lines, please let us know!

Ts1185 ,

Not as good as their website for tracking, but I like it

I’ve always been a huge fan of the MapMyRun site (even back before smart phones and mobile apps were ubiquitous) because the website’s ability to map out mileage for distance run training is awesome. It helped a lot back when I trained for marathons. Now that we’re all quarantined for Covid-19, I started running outside again as a means to maintain sanity, and I was pretty psyched to try out this app because I thought it would keep track of the distance for me so I wouldn’t need to spend time online mapping out mileage on the routes I might normally take. I have to say though, so far my experience has been hit or miss - literally. Sometimes the app simply doesn’t save my runs when I’ve finished despite following all of the on-screen prompts to save them. It’s sort of a bummer because I can’t really track my progress on the app. Instead I’ve just been taking screenshots of my run time/distance when I’m done, which is still better than nothing, but sort of a shame because then I don’t get to see how far I’ve run without going back and figuring out the distance traveled myself on their website. Maybe it’s just that I’m using only with my phone and not an Apple Watch and the app isn’t designed for that? It could just be some error I’m making on my end, but then maybe the UX isn’t ideally intuitive. Still, it’s better than nothing and free, so I’ll take it.

Ginevra Weasley-Potter ,

Needs a CITY run function

Decent app overall, but I use it almost exclusively for running in the city. It doesn’t seem to have a good way of filtering data taken while I’m stopped at traffic lights. As far as I can tell, it averages my being stopped at lights into metrics like foot strike angle (0 degrees) and cadence. Being stopped of course helps me catch my breath, so it makes sense to average it into pace data, but the app seems to treat stopped time identically to running time for metrics for which it doesn’t make sense to do so. As a result, this subset of the metrics is less useful to me, as I have to guess what the values would be sans stopped data. There are a variety of kinds of workouts to choose from, and even different kinds of runs, so I suggest adding a “city run” option that addresses the peculiarities of running downtown into its filtering.

P.S. I also don’t like that it sends me emails saying that I only have 25% of the miles left on my shoes — per metrics it claims that I set. I never set any such metrics! They just want me to buy new Under Armour shoes. Why not be honest and say it’s coming from their own recommendation for how many miles to run in the shoes? The UA shoes I have are still in great shape — in fact, a testament to UA, the owner of the app — and I don’t appreciate the dishonest marketing tactics. And anyway, isn’t all my data enough compensation for the app being free? (;

App Privacy

The developer, Under Armour, Inc., 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Diagnostics

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

Supports

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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