RunKeeper Pro is FREE Through The Month of January!

RunKeeper is a great weight tracking tool that lets you use your mobile phone and the website to keep track of your fitness.  There is a free standard app, and now, the PRO app is FREE for the month of January.  (Sources say that you can pick it up a day or two early for free, also.)

One of the biggest New Year’s Resolutions we have out there is to become more physically fit.  RunKeeper is a great tool for keeping us in check.

The features of the PRO version from your mobile phone lets you add in your:

  • Running
  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Hiking
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Skating
  • Swimming
  • Mountain Biking
  • Wheelchair
  • Elliptical

There is also an “Other” box in case they weren’t thorough enough.  Basically, choose your activity type, then your workout type, whether you want a 20 minute easy workout, up to a couple mile run.  You can always customize a workout and tailor it to your needs.

What do you say?  Who’s getting fit in 2011?

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  1. Kevin
    December 30, 15:32 Reply

    Does anyone know if its compatible with Training Peaks?

    • Paul Weston
      December 30, 21:10 Reply

      At this time, there isn’t an integration option, but that may always change!

  2. oak
    December 30, 15:59 Reply

    Thanks, my favorite fitness app. :)

  3. Brian H
    December 30, 23:54 Reply

    I have been using the free version of RunKeeper for six months and it’s ace. My big question is: what happens after January, will they update the app so that you have to pay for it? Or if you get it in January, is it free for as long as you keep it on your phone?

  4. mike sheeley (dev)
    December 31, 00:18 Reply

    Brian H.
    If you download it, it will always be free for you.

    Mike from RunKeeper

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