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On my iPhone/Android Updates! - March 5, 2013 - Runkeeper

Every so often, as updates are released, I will post a list of updates that have been made to items previously featured in On My iPhone/Android.

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Runkeeper for iOS | Runkeeper for Android

Update Notice:

"If you're a weight-concsious night runner, this one's for you! With this update you can enjoy your evening jaunts with a soothing new "night mode" theme, adjust your workout settings on the move, and track your weight goal progress with ease.

Night mode

  • Track your workouts in the dark with a new color scheme specifically designed for dimly lit.
  • Switch back to day mode and use it like a flashlight if you get scared.
  • Use Night mode in the day too - you've never been one for conventions.
  • In-Activity Settings
  • Change audio cues, visual themes, auto-pause and screen orientation during your workout.
  • Avoid accidentally hitting the screen rotation button

Weight logging and Visualization tools

  • Enter and track your current and historical weight over time
  • See how you're progressing against weight loss goals
  • Set up "Weigh-in" reminders at any schedule you'd like"

Update your iOS apps by tapping on the App Store icon on your device and then tapping Updates.

Previously in "On my iPhone/Android…":

"On my iPhone…" is a new series from TechnologyIQ, sharing real world examples of how I use my iPhone, interesting apps and more!

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