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Run hbo. Run 3 unblocked. Running man. Run past tense. Run payroll adp. With GPS now standard on the Apple Watch line-up, there's more reason than ever to consider using Apple Watch apps for tracking runs and workouts. And now with LTE connectivity offering the ability to stream music from the wrist and the continuation of the partnership with Nike, picking up an Apple Watch seems like a no-brainer – something that can be worn all day and taken out on the roads and trails. Bookmark this: Essential Apple Watch apps The Apple Watch has improved massively for runners – and even the newly announced watchOS 5 operating system introduced a host of new features specifically aimed at those who live to run. That doesn't disguise the fact that even casual runners are probably already tracking runs using a service – and unwilling to swap services. But the beauty of the Apple Watch is the versatility offered by apps and the selection is improving. We've tested a range of Apple Watch running apps by going out and getting sweaty, to ensure you're getting the best out of your smartwatch. Here's what's worth a download, and what to run a mile from. Nike+ Run Club Like pretty much everything Nike does, this app looks the business. With its distinctive volt yellow, snappy design and motivational features, there's more than enough of that 'Just Do It' vibe. The recently updated iPhone app has come in for a lot of criticism, but it's still one of the better apps tailored to the Apple Watch. And with the arrival of watchOS 5 and a new Apple Watch Series 4 Nike+ edition, the app is gaining Audio Guided Runs, which are a series of guided workouts from Nike coaches and athletes. There's also a fresh Activity History feature, which displays the details of your last five runs. Series 3 owners can also take advantage of the new barometric sensor to keep tabs on elevation. It's quick to load, easy to navigate and runs are simple to start. You can add a Nike+ Run Club complication to your Apple Watch face that launches straight into the app where you get to choose from Quick start, 'Match Your Last Run' or a choice of distance, duration and speed runs, although the latter requires your phone. The Match Your Last Run feature will definitely appeal to the go further, run harder mentality that you get a lot from Nike, but we found we rarely used it. In reality, just beating what you did last time, be it distance or pace, isn't really a smart way to become a better runner. Motivational? Maybe. Targeted? Not so much. Once you're actually running, things go a little downhill. The in-run screen displays current pace, which sadly is often inaccurate and slow to respond, meaning you never quite know how fast you're going. You also get heart rate, duration and distance and you can rotate the watch crown to flick between pace and distance stats during a run. Sadly, there's no average pace and you can't make BPM the lead stat, which makes it less effective as a heart rate training tool. There's an indoor mode for tracking treadmill runs, too, but you have to remember to flick between indoor and outdoor settings manually, which is a little frustrating. In our tests, we also found the distance to be a long way off what the treadmill told us we'd run, though that isn't too uncommon with wrist-based platforms. There are other nice touches, like complications support and the ability to set a reminder for 'When are we running' next, but this is limited to time slots from the current day. It doesn't recognise if you've already run and it would be nice to be able to set a reminder a little further into the future. Works without phone: Yes Complications to launch from home screen: Yes Free | Download Strava Running Strava has a standalone app that lets you ditch the smartphone and see your real-time data straight from the Watch screen. It's still a pretty minimal experience, but data is laid out to make it easy to digest during a run. Distance, duration, splits and heart rate all covered here but customisation for these data fields are very limited. Initially, we experienced some accuracy problems in the distance and pacing departments when pitted against a GPS sports watch. And while this was too much of a mixed bag to recommend, it's got much better and we're banking on Strava on making further improvements to make it a much more reliable running app companion in the future too. Works without phone: Yes Complications to launch app from home screen: Yes Free | Download Endomondo Another of the popular smartphone apps tailored for the Apple Watch, Endomondo (owned by Under Armour) also offers indoor and outdoor run tracking, accessible with the tap of a complication from the Apple Watch home screen. This app isn't quite as flashy as Nike+ Run Club, and there are none of the 'come on, let's run! ' motivational features. Read this: The best Apple Watch apps Once you're running, the first of three main in-run screens displays duration, distance, current pace and HR. One swipe left provides more detailed pace stats, and a second swipe displays your current BPM and break down of how long you've spent in each of the five heart rate zones. If you care about heart rate zone training, then the option to display your heart rate front and centre puts this ahead of the Nike+ Run Club app. While there's a pleasant simplicity here, just like the Nike+ app, Endomondo's Apple Watch incarnation has gaps – the biggie being that it doesn't use the GPS, so you still need to take your phone. There's also no run history. In fact, once you've hit 'Done' after viewing your post-run stats, they're gone for good; there are no session specific features like interval running or pace and distance targets to follow; no maps, no cadence, no elevation, no integrated music controls. What you get here is GPS and heart rate tracking stripped back to the basics – but it's still one of the stronger apps for the Apple Watch. Free | Download Apple Workout Much maligned when it initially launched, Workout has improved as the Watch has become more focused towards fitness. And in watchOS 5 things got even more powerful – so much so it's now a powerful workout tool. You can start a host of workouts from the Workout app, and there's modes for Indoor and Outdoor run. And you get plenty of data displayed on the watch itself, as well – which can be edited in the Apple Watch companion app. You can use your iPhone to choose to display distance, current pace, heart rate, duration, average pace, active calories or total calories. You can dictate the order in which they're displayed, and also select between a single and multiple metric view. Read this: GymKit will make the Apple Watch a better workout companion watchOS 5 also adds some modes that will be the envy of traditional running watch manufacturers. Automatic exercise detection, cadence tracking and things like rolling pace, which offers analysis of your speed in the last km/mile, in addition to average pace. You're given one screen showcasing your stats, while a swipe to the left makes it easy to switch your tunes up and a quick right swipe can pause or end proceedings. However, if you lock the screen to avoid your sleeve accidentally pausing or ending your run, which happens a lot, you can't then rotate between stats. The post run stats screen is fairly comprehensive with distance, time, active calories, overall calories, average pace, average heart rate, but, as with Nike, Endomondo and Strava, once you've hit 'Done', that's it. There's no workout history and you need to fire up your phone to review your run data. Complications to launch app from home screen: Yes Runkeeper Unlike some options on this list, Runkeeper was early on the standalone app train. And just like Nike+ and Endomondo, it will also guesstimate your distance if you're hitting the treadmill. When it comes to the watch app, though, there's not much to play with in terms of personalisation. Before you set out you can set a target pace and a maximum heart rate but that's all. One thing we loved about Runkeeper was the ability to create and follow set workouts. There are three pre-set options that include 20 Minute Easy Workout, 2. 25 Mile or 2 Miles with Rest, or you can build custom workouts in the phone app and they'll sync automatically to the list in the Apple Watch app. This immediately turns Runkeeper into a more serious training tool, opening up all kinds of options for speed and interval sessions. Setting up a workout takes just a few minutes and the only real criticism we have is that the distance increments are too big (the smallest you can set is 0. 25km, making it impossible to add 200m recovery sections into any speed work), and you can't set intervals based on a distance and a time target. It's either or. In run mode, the screen is split into three areas with the top segment fixed to show duration and GPS signal strength. You can tap the middle segment to switch between distance and current pace, while tapping the bottom segment flicks between showing current and average pace, current pace and heart rate. You can also swipe left to see splits. As with most Apple Watch running apps, there's no run history shown in the app – you need to fire up the phone to delve deeper into your data. And yes, that's as frustrating here as it is with Nike+ Run Club, Endomondo or any of the others. Works without phone: Yes Free | Download JogRunSprint While we can't vouch for the JogRunSprint training approach, there's something brilliantly simple and massively motivating about this interval-focused app. The premise is simple: jog for 30 seconds, run for 20 seconds and then sprint for 10 seconds. Rest and repeat. Presumably until you're sick. You can use the iPhone app to choose the number of intervals in each set and the total number of sets you want to do in each session and then you're good to go. Pacing for each effort is all down to your judgement and you can see the time ticking down on a nice big timer on the Apple Watch face. The watch logs the distance covered during each interval and fires this into the iPhone app, although to access your data from past runs you'll need to cough up a whopping 99p. The really clever thing though is how this app doesn't really judge you in the same way others do. If you jog, run, sprint and complete your sets, you've done the job. It's challenging but achievable, which is exactly what all runs should be. We'd love to see heart rate data captured and mapped against the intervals and perhaps for the app to set us some pace targets to keep us on our toes. A great way to work on your recovery, it also brings a bit of fun to potentially boring track runs and short distances. Free | Download SIT (Simple Interval Timer) This isn't the best looking app you'll ever download, nor is it a bonanza of run-coaching features. What it is, however, is a fantastically uncomplicated tool that has everything you need to set up interval sessions in a flash, direct from your Apple Watch. That's right, SIT gives you the kind of control most of the apps on this list would benefit from. All you have to do is choose the number of sets, the duration of your efforts and then the time you want to rest. Hit Go and you're presented with a screen that shows which set you're on out of the total number, a countdown of how long is left to go in this set or this rest period and your current heart rate. There are many improvements we'd make to this app: for example, there's no audio or vibration alert to tell you when you're moving between work and rest. We'd also love to see a variety of interval types, such as distance and even heart rate-based efforts, but this isn't a bad start. Complications to launch from homescreen: No Free | Download Runtastic Pro The key thing to note here is that the free version of Runastic's app is littered with so many adverts and upgrade messages for the Pro version and Premium features that it rapidly becomes unbearable. Unless you're willing to part with $4. 99 to get Runtastic Pro, we'd recommend side-stepping this app altogether. Essential guide: How to use Runtastic Pro to become a better runner Unfortunately, even if you do shell out for the Pro version you're still not free from the heavy-handed marketeers who can't resist flashing their premium wares at you and trying to entice you to spend another £49. 99 a year on added features. Another issue here is the glitches. It was often unresponsive, with plenty of second taps needed and lag between screens and it crashed on us a number of times. On other occasions hitting 'Start' on the watch started the phone app but froze the watch screen. All in all, not a great user experience. The Start screen itself is a simple affair, with three options. Choose your activity and then tell Runtastic if you want to enable Live Tracking so family members can follow your progress in real time, and whether you want voice updates on or off. Hitting Start fires up the phone app and you're good to go. In running mode, you get one screen with duration, distance, current pace, heart rate and heart rate zone. The order is fixed and there's no option to customise the view. It's a shame that the vast array of data points you get on the phone app aren't reflected on the watch. The fact that you can swipe left for music controls that skip between tracks and pause your iTunes music is a plus, although we'd like it to control Spotify and other streaming services, too. Once you've hard pressed to end your workout you get the option to add an emoticon that sums up how you felt, along with what kind of terrain you ran on, although it's not immediately clear what the difference between Trail and Wilderness is. The activity summary is about as detailed as any you get on the Apple Watch. It includes quite a list: distance, duration, calories, average pace, average speed, max speed, elevation gain, elevation loss, max elevation, average heart rate, max heart rate and dehydration. However, just like all the other apps on this list, once you've hit Close, all that data disappointingly disappears into the phone app and there's no run history at all on the watch. $4. 99 | Download RunGo A free Apple Watch app that lets you build your own offline routes or select from 70, 000 pre-installed ones, RunGo's specialty is its ability to cater for the visually impaired through voice assistance. It can also give you the basics from the wrist, such as pace, distance, splits and elevation, while premium features include live tracking for friends and family to follow along, plus interval training. Read more: RunGo's Apple Watch running app for the visually impaired While owners of the Series 2 and above can take advantage of workouts without the phone, RunGo has also jumped on to ARKit and developed a feature that allows to people to view routes and directions with the help of AR. Expect this solid Apple Watch contender to branch out to Apple's purported smartglasses when the time comes, but for now it's limited to phones. Complications to launch from home: Yes Free | Download.

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Jump to Apple Watch Series 5 | Garmin Forerunner 645 |  Garmin Fenix 6 |  Garmin Vívoactive 4 |  Fitbit Ionic |   Amazfit Stratos |  Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2  | Garmin Forerunner 245 Music | Garmin Forerunner 945 | Fossil Sport Apple Watch Series 5 Technical specs No big surprise to see Apple’s smartwatch on this list. The latest iteration doesn’t come with too many upgrades, but it does come with some important ones. This includes an always-on retina display. Yes, your Apple Watch will finally never go dark! The Cupertino outfit has opted to leave out the sleep tracking functionality for another year. It would be kind of pointless introducing it considering most people will still opt to recharge their device during the night. Apple Watch | Image source: Apple Other than that, what is probably the best all purpose smartwatch in the world comes with the addition of a compass and a better processor. Which means you get the ECG sensor, a next generation accelerometer and gyroscope which can sample motion data 8 times faster, GPS and more. As you’d expect, built-in storage for music is part of the package. You can stream Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, or audiobooks that you purchased from Apple Books. Or sync content to your watch. Read more Amazon * Garmin Forerunner 645 Image source: Garmin The Forerunner 645 is Garmin’s first device with built in storage for music.  There is enough on-device memory for up to 500 songs, and you can connect Bluetooth headphones and sync music from select  streaming services for offline listening. In terms of design, the successor to the 630 has seen a significant revamp. Featuring a round screen and discreet crown it now resembles a blend between Vivoactive 4 and Forerunner 945. The watch is water-resistant and includes built-in GPS, a heart rate sensor and barometer, the latter two being obvious omissions from the previous version. The company has also slapped on Garmin Pay so you can make payments phone-free. Amazon  | Garmin * Garmin Fenix 6 Garmin Fenix 6 is the same feature packed device as its predecessor, but with some added on goodies. This includes a better look, more features and some interesting options such as solar charging. The heart rate sensor has been upgraded to feature the latest Garmin ELEVATE heart rate module. Other built-in sensors include a 3-axis compass, gyroscope, barometric altimeter and PulseOx (for all models) and GPS/GLONASS/Galileo. Advanced training features now include something called Dynamic PacePro. This is “grade-adjusted pace guidance throughout your activity”. Smart features consist of support for notifications, Garmin Pay and music storage with streaming support (for Amazon Music, Spotify, Deezer and iHeartRadio). You can store up to 2, 000 songs (storage has been doubled to 32GB) and sync playlists for offline listening. Garmin Vívoactive 4 A bumped up version of Garmin’s popular Vivoactive 3 fitness watch, this is a Swiss knife of activity trackers. The gizmo comes GPS, barometric altimeter, compass, accelerometer, thermometer and heart rate sensor. There’s storage for listening to tunes on the go, as well. This is a pretty solid fitness-focused timepiece which dishes out fairly accurate data and provides a cohesive fitness tracking experience. And all this functionality is packaged in a device that looks great and is comfortable. Something that resembles a regular watch. The predecessor came only in one size but Garmin has now introduced two. This includes a 45mm stainless steel model and a 40mm model for small wrists (4S). Fitbit Ionic Image source: Fitbit The first ever smartwatch from Fitbit is essentially a fitness watch. If you are after a something that will keeps tabs on your activity around the clock, the device will do the trick. It comes with everything we have come to love about Fitbits, and throws water resistance and built-in GPS into the mix. Ok, its not exactly a looker, but Ionic comes with a great screen, its comfortable to wear 24/7 and has solid battery life. And lets not forget the company’s software ecosystem which is as good as it gets in terms of user friendliness and simplicity. Fitbit has, however, Ionic beyond the fitness tracking environment. You get 2. 5GB of internal storage for music, notifications and a built in NFC chip for payments. There is also an App store with Strava, Accuweather, Flipboard, Starbucks and more. Amazfit Stratos Image source: Amazfit Sports-watches don’t come much more feature-packed than Amazfit Stratos. In addition to tracking your activity around the clock, this aesthetically appealing GPS watch keeps tabs on a dozen different sports – all with their own performance metrics. It offers water-proofing, allows you to listen to locally stored music and more. The company has definitely stepped up its game and now has a solid offering that might lure some customers from its better known counterparts. Admittedly, there are a few negatives such as menu navigation which takes some getting used to, and screen visibility which deteriorates at some angles. Nevertheless, this timepiece offers excellent value for money. You’ll struggle to find a sports-watch that provides so much for the price. Put simply, the device packs a punch, but without breaking the bank. It’s worth noting,  Stratos 3 has launched recently in Asia. It is, however, not yet available for purchase in the US. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 Samsung launched the Galaxy Watch Active 2 last summer only six months after the original. It comes with a fresh new look, design and size options, ECG sensors, an LTE variant and more. The company has added size choices this time around. The original Galaxy Watch Active only come in a 40mm variant. The second generation comes in an additional 44mm option. Image source: Samsung For listening to tunes on the go, there is 4GB of music storage with offline Spotify playlist support. The device also comes with slew of activity tracking sensors includes GPS, an accelerometer, heart rate, gyro and barometer. Samsung says the full eight photodiodes on the rear side improve on the heart rate monitoring capability. The better precision is coupled with alerts when their heart beat goes above or below normal levels. Swimming has been added to the list of exercises automatically tracked. This brings the total up to seven (walking, running, cycling, rowing, eliptical training, “other workout”). For other types of workouts you will need to choose the manual option. Amazon  | Samsung * Garmin Forerunner 245 Music This is a great option for those looking for a runners watch. The device comes with Garmin’s Elevate wrist-based heart rate technology, built-in GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO, accelerometer, compass, Pulse Ox sensor and built-in storage for music. The thing also doubles-up as a 24/7 activity tracker delivering steps, calories, distance, intensity minutes, stress and sleep. Garmin has thrown in a few advanced performance stats, too. This includes VO2 max, Fitness Age, the new Body Battery function, heart rate zones, cadence and more. An interesting addition is incident detection. When an incident is detected the app will send an automated text message and email with your name and GPS location to your emergency contacts. The watch uses your paired compatible smartphone to do this. Amazon | Garmin * Garmin Forerunner 945 An updated version of the Forerunner 935, the 945 tracks pretty much everything under the sun. There’s a plethora of fitness tracking sensors under the hood in addition to NFC for Garmin Pay and music memory for up to 1, 000 songs. Built for those serious about training, the watch comes with advanced physiological features. T raining status now has adjustments for heat and altitude acclimation status. There is training load focus which separates your training load into different categories based on the intensity and structure of each activity recorded. Other new Firstbeat features include  recovery time, and more detailed aerobic and anaerobic training effects. The other important upgrade are f ull-color, onboard maps that guide you on your run so you never get lost. This is similar to what you get on the most recent Fenix line. Fossil Sport Image source: Fossil Launched about a year ago, Fossil Sport is the brand’s first device with Snapdragon’s latest chipset. The thing comes in a cheerful, bright design and a choice between six different colorways. The Wear OS device has a full touchscreen and two different sizes to choose from. 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