It’s a new year and many of us will be logging more than a few hours on a treadmill. If you find staring into space to be a bit too boring, you may want to check out the TreadmillVR Max app for your iPad. Here’s our review.
Have you ever been on the treadmill at the gym and imagined instead you were running through the beautiful landscapes of Northern Italy or along the scenic beaches of Los Angeles? The Virtual Active app for the iPad gives you a visual presentation of running over some of the world’s most beautiful trails while your on a treadmill, elliptical, or stationary bike.
The 2011 New York City Marathon takes place this Sunday November 6th and whether you are participating, watching at home or along the race route follow the runners with the New York City Marathon app for iPhone, iPad, or Android.
Looking for a way to watch the 2011 NYC Marathon online? UniversalSports.com will present the entire race live online beginning at 9:00 AM ET on Sunday November 6th.
Looking for the an Android app to track your running or jogging? Today we take a detailed look at Runstar, a free running app for your Android phone that uses the phone’s built in GPS to keep your running stats and goals, such as time, pace, distance, and more.
As an avid runner, I was thrilled to find running apps for Android (and iPhone) that use GPS and other built-in smartphone technologies technology to track your runs. Everything from time & distance to actually tracking the route you ran and displaying it on a map. Like many folks, I greatly prefer to find a free app to perform my tasks. I don’t want to shell out any cash until I know the app is going to be worth even a modest investment. One of my favorite running apps to date, is Runkeeper, which is available for Android and iPhone.