When comparing RunKeeper vs RUNALYZE, the Slant community recommends RunKeeper for most people. In the question“What are the best apps for runners?” RunKeeper is ranked 1st while RUNALYZE is ranked 3rd. The most important reason people chose RunKeeper is:
The app is available for [iOS](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id300235330) and [Android](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fitnesskeeper.runkeeper.pro).
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Pro Simple interface
The interface is clean and easy to use.
Pro Great for Interval Training
Interval lengths can be set and RunKeeper will let know when to start and stop running via audio messages.
Pro Tracks distance, duration, speed, pace and calories burned
RunKeeper displays your route using Google Maps and tracks distance, duration, speed, pace and calories burned. You can also input your runs manually (useful when running on treadmills) to add them to your "workout logs".
Pro Website has detailed statistics
Stats such as top speed, speed of each interval, fastest/slowest parts of a course, etc. Where applicable, graphs and maps routes will be display for a visual representation.
Pro Add photos to your runs
To make the memorable runs easy to remember why they were memorable.
Pro Gives audio cues
Pro Works with Pebble smartwatches
You will have to download the app both on your phone and Pebble.
Pro Can chart weight
Pro Perfect localization for interface and voice
Pro Integrates with many accessories
Pro Works with Android Wear
Pro Automatic synchronisation with Polar FLow
Sync all new activities directly from Polar Flow to RUNAYZE.
Pro Automatic synchronisation with Fitbit
Sync all new activities directly from Fitbit to RUNAYZE.
Pro Automatic synchronisation with Suunto App
Sync all new activities directly from Suunto App (Replacement of Movescount) to RUNAYZE.
Pro Automatic activity synchronisation from Garmin
You can connect your Garmin account directly with Runalyze to automatically sync all new activities.
Pro Great overview of training history
Configurable overview - You can choose what should be shown in the overview.
Pro Track every equipment type
You can track any equipment and link it with any activity, so that it can timely be replaced.
Pro Supporting a lot file activity file formats
File formats like .fitlog, .slf, .sml, .pwx, .zip, .logbook, .kml, .tcx, .logbook3, .gpx, .ttbin, .kmz, .fit, .trk, .xml, .csv, .hrm are supported.
Pro Accurate prognosis
Due to some sophisticated mathematical methods, the running prognosis is more accurate than the one from Garmin watches.
Con GPS sometimes fails
The GPS sometimes fails on devices that rely on WIFI for GPS (Apple ipod touch). However, GPS can be fixed manually later.
Con Slow and heavy for old smartphones
Con Does not announce split pace properly when using kilometers
Con Doesn't optimize for WGS-84 GPS on map
The track path draw on map is wrong cause WGS-84 GPS format.
Con No real community features yet
There are no community features like following another user. Every activity or profile can be shared. Every public profile can be followed by RSS feed.