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iRunner versus RunKeeper

From: Ken S.
Sent on: Sunday, February 5, 2012 10:20 AM
I have been experimenting with iRunner for the past few weeks. It's much more sophisticated than RunKeeper for heart rate monitoring (specifically zone tracking); beyond heart rate there were a few other things I felt were better although RunKeeper is still sexier in a Apple-like way (simple, smart, base functionality done very well). 

If anyone's interested, I put a longer version of my thoughts on my blog: 

Ken Snyder
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p.s. just my thoughts, feel free to debate my views as much as you like :^)

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