Go for a run with voice navigation along the way, find a runner-friendly hotel, or take on an audio-guided race. RunGo is the running app that gives directions.
Looking to find or create and follow a running route? Hands down, the easiest way to stay on track and enjoy your run is customized, turn-by-turn voice navigation.
RunGo is the most popular running app featuring turn-by-turn voice navigation, with over 600,000 routes worldwide across 171 countries, including thousands of verified routes, like race courses, city tours, unique adventures, and virtual races.
Stay engaged with voice messages about landmarks you pass, local stories, or an encouraging reminder that you're halfway there.
Turn any route in an engaging, voice-guided tour!
You're probably beyond trying to memorize every turn, printing out maps, checking your phone’s map every block, or never doing anything new!
RunGo also tracks your run stats like time, pace, distance, elevation, and estimated finish time.
We proudly include no ads in the app, and a paid premium upgrade is available for additional features.
Featured by Apple to "Run New Routes Wherever You Are,” “Walk to Get Fit,” “Run Your First 5K,” and "Unleash the Power of Apple Watch."
WHAT PEOPLE LIKE YOU SAY
“Only running app with turn-by-turn directions… 30+ turns on new roads that I wasn’t about to memorize.” -iPhone user review
“RunGo was a great way to get a feel of the areas and feel more secure running by myself.” -Jess
NEW: SIMULATE RACES IN VIRTUAL MODE
Run famous races and bucket list routes from your treadmill, with voice-guided messages as you imagine running the course. Immerse even deeper by automatically following street view images as you progress through the course. Or run outdoors, and simulate running a course from across the world.
NEW: CHALLENGE YOURSELF WITH VIRTUAL RACES
Virtual races keep us motivated all year round. Follow courses with custom voice messages as you run, including stories about landmarks and neighbourhoods, motivational points, and race highlights. Submit in-app to the race’s leaderboard for accurate results.
WHEN YOU TRAVEL
Running is the best way to explore a city when you travel! With routes around the world, curated by passionate locals showing off the best of their city and by RunGo’s hotel partners, you can enjoy your run at your own pace with voice navigation to keep you on track.
WHY VOICE NAVIGATION?
Voice navigation allows you to follow complex routes effortlessly. Explore routes with clear voice directions as you approach each turn, and get notified when you go off route. RunGo is Accessible and supports VoiceOver for visually impaired users.
BUILD YOUR OWN ROUTES
Map out custom routes right on your iPhone, or import a GPX file to RunGo. Any routes you create on the web route creator will also appear on your iPhone.
RunGo Live lets friends and family track your runs and races in real time on any web browser.
With RunGo’s Apple Watch app, get turn-by-turn directions and haptic notifications on your wrist, and run complex routes without needing your iPhone.
RunGo uses HealthKit for Heart Rate data with the Apple Watch and to record workout data to the Health app.
You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account. Payment is charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account is charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the initial monthly or annual cost. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription, where applicable. More information at rungoapp.com/legal
* Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Fixed issue sending routes to Apple Watch
Ratings and Reviews
Great for running abroad and updates activity app
I created a custom route before going overseas, then uploaded to the apple watch. I had no cell data service on my phone or watch while abroad so couldn't navigate with a map but it worked great, telling me when I went off the route and also tracked my extra lap. The data automatically added to the Activity app, so didn't need to run the workout app in parallel. my only gripe was the splits show in the rungo app but are not transferred to the activity app, but its still the best running app i've tried
Close, just needs some tweaking
I travel a lot for work, 14 days out of the month I’m in a different city and different hotel. I love the fact that I can look up or create a route the night before and then go run it the next day. The turn-by-turn directions are great and exactly why I use RunGo.
The one thing I’d like to see tweaked is Off Route. For example, I was running on Frank Sinatra Dr in Rancho Mirage, the road is two lanes in both directions with a center island with a sidewalk on only one side. RunGo kept telling me I was Off Route because (I assume) I was on the wrong side of the road compared to what I had created.
The other Off Route issue is a lack recalculating of the route, or at least an option to. For example, same run as above, I had unwittingly created a route that went through a private gated community. No big deal, I’ll just go around and come back the same way I came, pick it up on the other side. Voice prompts were reminding me every 30 seconds that I was off route. Annoying to the point I had to quit the app. Hopefully they can get this fixed, every GPS in the world automatically recalculates when you’re off route.
Misplaced direction points
I actually really do love this app, and would give it a 5 star rating, however the glitchy part is in the creating of the routes. In the creating process the app puts in turns where they shouldn’t be and where you haven’t specified. So I have to go back over the route carefully to try to remove these extra direction points, otherwise in the playback it may tell me to make a u-turn in the middle of the road or a left only to go a few feet before it says right. It’s not so bad if you have an idea where you are going but when I’m in a place that’s not familiar it becomes frustrating. Really …who wants to be the bad navigator of the group? I have this trouble the most using my iPad, the computer works much better.
Not that this a problem but more of a FYI … if you do go off course it takes about a quarter of a mile to let you know. While biking it’s not so bad but running that can be a lot.
Developer Response ,
Hi, thanks for the feedback. It can be difficult the tap that precisely with your finger! So we suggest zooming in, doing longer stretches between taps, and checking for these "spurs" and using the undo feature as you need. You're right, it is easier for many people to create routes on the web, and you can access your routes on the app. But, please do try these tips, and if you have any issues, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll make sure everything works well for you.
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