This App really is a must have if you are serious about using your Apple Watch for workout tracking and training. It allows you to take control of your hard earned workout data and share it with whatever training software you are most comfortable with (Strava, Garmin, TP, etc.). And the support is outstanding! The few times I have reached out with questions, concerns or requests I have always received prompt and helpful responses; and updates are frequent. I primarily use the App to share my running and biking data with Strava and Garmin. The recent updates to maintain distance and enable exporting of Laps make it fully functional on Strava! I also really like the other functionality it gives you for reviewing your workout data (routes, shoe tracking, charts, matched runs,.....). I find myself looking here 1st to review progress and past activities. Really great App-Many Thanks to the developer!!!
In a nutshell, this app will pull your run data from any number of major platforms and then push it to other platforms in nearly any configuration you want. This big deal here is that it can pull data from or push data to HeakthKit. In other words, this app makes it possible to use the built-in/native Apple Watch Workout app and still own your data either by extracting it in any of the standard formats (GPX, FIT, etc) or directly upload it to other platforms. In my case, I’ve been logging runs on RunKeeper since 2010. The official RunKeeper Apple Watch app, however, omits cadence and elevation data, even when using a Series 4 Apple Watch. This puts me in a position where I prefer the native Workout app but still want my data on RunKeeper. In other cases, I prefer to use my first-gen Tomtom Runner with a BT HR chest strap for logging serious runs. It’s just way more accurate that my Series 4 (better GPS sampling) and has infinitely better battery life. However, I also want the Apple Watch Move and Exercise credit for those runs without wearing an Apple Watch since I’ve already got the Tomtom on. RunGap will take my data from Tomtom and push it to HealthKit, which then shows up on my Apple Watch. RunGap is perfect 👌
I recently downloaded Strava, my only hesitation in using it was loosing all my years of running with Nike+. After lots of googling I found this app to be the only one that could transfer all my data from Nike to Strava. Despite the warning when adding my Nike account to the app and the inconsistencies found with the article author for which I found it, all of my Nike data transferred over within a few minutes and was completely accurate, maps, times and all! I will continue using both Nike and Strava for each run till at least the end of the month or maybe my race in December but I see myself in the future transitioning to Strava only (especially now that I’ve learned how Nike locks down their data unlike other run apps).
Personally, I could care less about any of the third party app import options. If you use Apple Watch Activity app straight outta the box this app is all you need to analyse your workout data. I love the "track" feature which automatically groups my runs by location. So for instance I can look at my run data when I take a simple run around my neighborhood and look at the data that way. It Auto names the route based on location. Of course I can renamed it later too if I want. Sort it any way you want too. This app is highly useful to look at all your data. I'm so happy I found it after spending so much time exploring all the other worthless running apps out there.
I’m a long time Garmin watch user but recently switched to the iWatch 5. I was bouncing back and forth with the native apple workout app and the Nike Run Club app. I use Runkeeper and NRC to log/view my runs. I found that syncing from NRC/Apple Workout to Runkeeper the data was off (Runkeeper’s fault). I found this pretty frustrating and took me a while to figure out the right system.. but I finally figured it out. If you use the apple workout app, sync to Garmin using RunGap. Then connect Runkeeper and NRC with Garmin (not with rungap). Once synced with Garmin, it will auto update Runkeeper and NRC with accurate data. This works great now. I don’t even have to open the app.. and I get accurate data in both NRC and Runkeeper.
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RunGap - Workout Data Manager has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of RunGap - Workout Data Manager (2.41) was released on Dec 20, 2019.
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The most well-connected Workout Data manager on the App Store with support for more than 25 of the most popular services.
Get your complete training history and take control
of your workout data.
Keep all your workout details from popular services including Apple Watch, Polar, Garmin, Endomondo, RunKeeper, Strava, Runtastic, Suunto, TomTom, Adidas, Fitbit, SportsTracker, Apple Health, Nike+, Zwift and many others on your iPhone or iPad for instant access anytime.
Easily share, backup and export your workouts as you like (requires "Swag Bag" subscription available as in-app purchase).
Unattended background operation.
RunGap can both read and write workouts from and to Health including route maps, heart rate, steps and distance.
View statistics and interactive charts, maps and details for individual workouts.
Track your friends’ activities across multiple services.
Browse your favorite tracks and compare past results.
Easily track your shoe, bike and other gear usage.
Geotag photos and videos related to an activity.
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