Runtime - Simple Run Tracking 4+

Conrad Stoll

Designed for iPhone

    • 2.3 • 3 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


**New in Runtime 2.3** watchOS 2, iOS 9, and 3D Touch Support!

**New in Runtime 2.2** Apple Watch and Split Times!

**New in Runtime 2.1** Shoe Tracking and HealthKit!

**New in Runtime 2.0** Stopwatch Widget, Detailed Running Statistics, Live Running Map View

Runtime is a simple run tracking app that takes advantage of the latest features in iOS 8, the iPhone 5s, and the iPhone 6. Use Runtime to track your route, time, speed, pace, and altitude everywhere you go for a run/walk/hike/jog/jaunt etc.

Runtime supports Apple Watch for controlling your run right from your wrist. Use Apple Watch to start a run, view stats on your progress while you're on the go, including pace, distance, time, location, and split times and a complete elevation profile. Runtime for Apple Watch is an incredibly advanced stopwatch right on your wrist.

You can also control your workout without the stopwatch widget. Quickly start a new run from Notification Center, pause a run without launching the app, and view your time, distance, and steps all from the convenience of the Today screen.

Keep track of the mileage on your shoes with the new Shoe Closet feature to add your shoes to Runtime and automatically log the distance you run on each shoe.

Visualize your content. Organize your routes and times into places and view rich 3D map images of each run. View pace and elevation details for each run.

Runtime supports the M7 motion co-processor, which allows you to use Runtime as a pedometer. Open the menu to view how many steps you've taken today and this week.

Runtime will also use the M7 to show you when and where you stopped to rest on the trail. Time spent walking is highlighted yellow, while normal activity is highlighted orange.

Share your workouts with friends and other apps. Runtime can export KML and GPX files that you can use with other apps. GPX files can be used for geotagging your photos, or for location simulation in Xcode!

**New in Runtime 2.0** Runtime is now FREE! Track your runs in the app and in HealthKit, start new runs with the stopwatch widget, and view a detailed map of your route, all for free.

You can also upgrade to Runtime’s Advanced Features, which include:
- Track the distance run on each of your shoes.
- Adding multiple places that you want to track workouts.
- Create custom workouts. Use the Interval Timer to configure high and low intensity alerts with custom alert tones for a rich custom workout experience!
- Use the cutting edge Flyover feature to get a cinematic tour of your tracked routes!
- View detailed stats for every place you run to track your trends over time.

Additional features include:
- State Restoration
- Backup data with Dropbox import/export*
- Add notes to each run
- AirDrop or email your route to friends
- Share your run on Twitter and Facebook
- Deferred Location updates can help save battery power on long runs (iPhone 5 and up)

* Dropbox import/export requires a Dropbox account. Learn more about Dropbox at

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

Learn more about Runtime at

What’s New

Version 2.3.0

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

Runtime now supports watchOS 2!
- Heart Rate Graphs
- Step Tracking Complication
- Start runs with 3D Touch on iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
- Improved support for iOS 9
- Bug and crash fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Boo!!!!!!!!!!!! ,

It’s not really doing anything

Sad I spent money on this because I’m getting no data from it and it’s not syncing up with gps even though I said location always. Please make more user friendly with data that I can look back on.

wak773477325789 ,


My phone informed me that the app had been tracking my location for days when I hadn’t been running…. Incredibly sketchy. I will regard this as spyware and I’m moving on.

MichaeLand ,

Doesn't work

Yet another pedometer that doesn't work. How hard is it to measure a distance? Been using Runtime for several days and have yet to get anything like an complete, let alone accurate, read of simply how long my dog walk is. It looks a lot better than most others, but always fails either part way along my walk, giving me a partial maps of where I've been, or like today, starts off fine, and tells me I walked for 30 minutes...and have gone zero steps and 0.1 miles...huh??
With no info how to make it work better, or way to contact the developer, I am going to ask for a refund.

App Privacy

The developer, Conrad Stoll, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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