• Add A Manual Activity

    To add a manual activity in the Runtastic App, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap the “Progress” tab

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    • Tap “Add an activity manually” directly below “Recent Activities” 

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    • Set your activity type, duration, distance and start time (the burnt calories are calculated automatically)

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    • Save your workout by tapping "Save" in the top right corner
  • Adding/Searching for Friends

    Have you already added your real-life friends on Runtastic.com or directly in your Runtastic app? You should! Connect with friends and benefit from the advantages of an awesome community.

    There are two ways to reach the “Friends” screen. The first option is to tap “Newsfeed” on the tab bar followed by the icon in the top right corner. The second option is to tap “Profile” on the tab bar and tap “Friends”.

    As soon as you are in the “Friends” screen, you are able to accept or decline friend requests, search for friends or see your current friends.

    Search for friends:

    You can either connect the app to Facebook or your contact list, or tap the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner to search for contacts. As soon as you are connected, possible contacts will be suggested in “People you may know.”

  • Additional GPS Tips for Android

    If you are still experiencing GPS issues after following all the steps in our GPS Troubleshooting Guide, check out the additional tips below which are known to resolve almost all issues:

    • Restart your device – It is recommended to restart the device every now and then to help solve app issues
    • Remove and reinstall the Runtastic app from the Google Play Store. Your activity history will be cleared from the device, so make sure that you sync all sessions to Runtastic.com beforehand
    • Activate then deactivate “Flight Mode” – In some cases this may help you get GPS working again.
    • Open Google maps, then open the Runtastic app and let it search for 2-5 minutes to lock onto a GPS signal

    If you do experience a weak GPS signal and your activity tracking appears inaccurate, don’t forget you can always edit your activity manually on Runtastic.com afterwards.

       

  • Calculation of Dehydration

    The amount of water your body loses during your activity is an approximate calculation based on exertion and calories burned. The calculation also factors in the outdoor temperature and your elevation.



  • Challenge an Existing Activity

    Follow these simple steps to challenge an existing activity* in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button
    • Tap “Select your workout”
    • Tap “Challenge an activity”
    • Select one of your previous activities to challenge
    • Start your activity by returning to the Activity screen and pressing “Start”

    * This feature is available to you in the Runtastic PRO app or as a Premium Member.

  • Change My Profile Details

    Follow these simple steps to change your profile details in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap “Profile” on the tab bar

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    • Tap the “gear icon” in the top right corner

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    • Select “Edit Profile”

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    • Now you can change your profile settings, e.g. your birthdate, height or weight

    To change your email address, please visit Runtastic.com.

  • Change the Activity Type

    Follow these simple steps to change the Activity Type in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button
    • Tap “Activity Type”
    • Select one of the activity types from the list. The most recently used activity types are listed at the top
  • Change Units

    Follow these simple steps to change units in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab on the tab bar

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    • Tap the “gear icon” in the top right corner

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    • Select “Units”

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    • Now you can change the units of distance, weight and temperature by tapping each one
  • Connect a Heart Rate Monitor

    The Runtastic app gives you the option of connecting a Heart Rate Monitor so you can record your heart rate during a running session. To connect a Heart Rate Monitor, simply tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button followed by “Heart Rate”.

    Runtastic Heart Rate Combo Monitor

    To connect the Runtastic Heart Rate Combo Monitor, make sure that the Bluetooth of your device is switched on and then put on the Monitor like you would when going for a run.

    The option of connecting to the device has been available since Version 4.0 of the app. It works via Bluetooth Smart Technology (Bluetooth 4.0) and is compatible with devices running Android 4.3 or higher (it also works on the Samsung Galaxy S4 device).

     Other Monitors

    This option allows you to connect other Heart Rate Monitors. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that your HR monitor will work as each device can have different specifications.

    Setting up Heart Rate zones

    The option "Edit your Heart Rate Zones" allows you to customize the Heart Rate Zones to fit your personal values.

  • Connect my Wearable

    To connect your Wearable with the Runtastic App, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap “Profile” followed by the “gear icon” in the top right corner
    • Select “Runtastic Wearable“
    • Connect to your Wearable by sliding the toggle "Runtastic wearable enabled" to the right

    Moment

    If you connect your Moment to the Runtastic app, the clock hands will stop at 12 o'clock. Start your workout and the hour hand will show the kilometers / miles covered. The minute hand measures the meters - one full cycle corresponds to 1000m. The progress hand will still show the progress towards your daily goal.

    After an activity such as walking or running, your Steps app will show you the values from the Runtastic app which will also be included in your daily statistics.

    Note: Before using your wearable with the Runtastic App it has to be successfully connected with the Steps app.

  • Connect to MyFitnessPal

    Follow these simple steps to connect the Runtastic app to MyFitnessPal:

    • Tap “Profile” followed by the “gear icon” in the top right corner
    • Select “Partner Accounts”
    • Connect to MyFitnessPal by tapping “Connect”

    If you are having troubles establishing a connection, try the following:

    • Disconnect your account from MyFitnessPal in the settings of the Runtastic app and on Runtastic.com
    • Log out of every involved portal
    • Log in again and try to establish a connection
  • Create an Interval Training

    Follow these steps to create an Interval Training* in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button
    • Tap “Select your Workout”
    • Tap “Interval Training”
    • You can now select one of the default trainings or create your own by tapping the “+” in the bottom right corner
    • Enter a name for your workout
    • Enter a Warm-Up and Cool-Down time
    • Add intervals by tapping the “+” at the bottom right of the screen
    • Change the values (distance or time) in the middle by scrolling up or down
    • When you're done, tap the tick in the top right corner

    To delete a manually added Interval Training, long press on the training in the overview and select “Delete Workout”

    * Interval Trainings are available to you in the Runtastic PRO app or as a Premium Member.

  • Customizing the displayed values

    You can easily customize the values on your main activity screen to meet your needs. For example, you may wish to have “Distance” displayed most prominently during your run. Press and hold on the value you want to change then select one of the values from the list that appears. Now you have successfully changed the value.

    Alternatively, tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button, then tap “Customize displayed values”. You can then customize the values for both outdoor and indoor activities.

    Note: A maximum of four values can be displayed.

  • Edit an Activity

    If you wish to edit activity details such as distance, duration and calories, please visit Runtastic.com and follow the steps in this article.

    If you simply wish to make changes to your photo, activity notes, weather, and mood (plus surface and shoes for running activities), you can do this in the Runtastic app using the steps below:

    • Tap the “Progress” tab

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    • Your most recent activities will be displayed at the top of the screen. To view your full history, tap “Show more”

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    • Tap the activity you wish to edit

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    • Open the overflow menu (three dots) at the top right to edit the details
    • Tap “Edit”

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    • Make the necessary changes by tapping each value

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    • Save your changes by tapping the check mark in the bottom left corner 
  • Enable/Disable the Auto Pause Feature

    Follow these simple steps to enable/disable the Auto Pause* feature in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button
    • Scroll down and tap “Auto Pause”
    • Toggle the “Auto Pause” on or off

    * This feature is available to you in the Runtastic PRO app or as a Premium Member.

  • Enable/Disable the Voice Coach

    Follow these simple steps to enable/disable the Voice Coach* in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button
    • Select “Voice Coach”
    • Toggle the Voice Coach on or off

    On this screen, you can decide when you wish to receive the voice feedback, for example after each kilometer, or after you have reached a certain duration. You can also choose your prefered audio language and adjust the volume settings.

  • EU Roaming Regulations 2017


    If you are living and traveling within the EU, you don’t have to give a second thought to telephoning, messaging or surfing the Internet on your phone. This means that you can still use your Runtastic apps while on vacation.

    Which countries no longer have roaming fees?

    All EU countries, as well as Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland. Other countries, such as Switzerland, still apply roaming charges as they always have.

    NoteBefore using Runtastic in any of the affected countries, please make sure to contact your mobile provider to find out more about how this new regulation affects you.

  • Garmin Connect

    You can now connect your Runtastic Account to your Garmin Connect account. This means that you are able to import activities that you track with your Garmin device into your Runtastic account.

    Connect

    To connect your Garmin Connect account to your Runtastic account, please follow the steps below:

    • Make sure you have installed the latest version of the Runtastic app on your phone
    • Tap “Profile” followed by the “gear icon” in the top right corner
    • Choose “Partner Accounts”
    • Select the “Connect” button next to “Garmin Connect”
    • Click on “authorise” to enable Garmin to share data with Runtastic
    • Enter your Garmin log in details

    Once your account is connected, any sports activities that you undertake with your Garmin device, once synced to your Garmin Connect account, will also be imported to your Runtastic account.* A push notification will inform you when your activity is available.

    Garmin activities tracked prior to linking your Runtastic account to Garmin Connect will not be imported.

    Garmin Supported Devices

    This feature supports all GPS-enabled Garmin devices.

    Which Data gets imported to Runtastic?

    The following data will be imported into Runtastic: Distance, Duration, Pace, Split Times, Elevation*, Calories and Heart Rate. As Garmin Connect is designed differently, certain data such as Heart Rate Zones, Power, Cadence, Steps, Active Minutes and Sleep will not be synced.

    Note: a “multisport session” is synced to Runtastic as separate activities. For example, if you track a Triathlon activity, it will be imported to Runtastic as three separate sessions. (Swimming, Cycling, Running).

    * Once imported into Runtastic, you may notice a difference in the Elevation Values. It is, however, possible to edit these values using the instructions linked here.

    Disconnect:

    To disconnect your Runtastic account from your Garmin Connect account, please follow the steps below:

    • Tap “Profile” followed by the “gear icon” in the top right corner
    • Choose “Partner Accounts”
    • Select the “Connect” button next to “Garmin Connect”

    Although it will still show as “connected to Runtastic” in Garmin Connect, the connection will no longer be active. If you would like to change this display in your Garmin Connect account, log in with your account details on connect.garmin.com and click Profile > Settings > Account Information.

  • GPS Troubleshooting Guide for Android Devices

    If you’re having difficulties tracking distance with your Runtastic app, it is likely that your device is experiencing GPS issues. Due to the different built-in GPS receivers in each smartphone we can’t always guarantee exact tracking results. However, if your GPS results appear to be inaccurate or you are unable to get a GPS signal, please use our Step by Step Troubleshooting Guide below:

    Step 1  Install the latest version of the Runtastic app from the Google Play Store if your app is not yet updated

     Step 2 Set the timezone correctly in your device

    1. Go to your phone’s settings
    2. Select the "Date and time" item and ensure the "Automatic date and time" and "Automatic time zone" checkboxes are checked. GPS and the Runtastic app rely heavily on an accurate time and time zone.

     Step 3 Ensure that GPS is enabled on your device

    1. Go to your phone’s settings
    2. Select “Location Settings”
    3. It may be that your phone has three different modes for location services, “High Accuracy” , “Power Saving,” or “Device Only”.  If this is the case, always select “High accuracy” to enable your phone to use the GPS and your phone’s network to retrieve the location points.

     Step 4 Give the Runtastic app permission to access your location:

    1. Go to your phone’s settings
    2. Select “Apps”
    3. Find Runtastic in the list and ensure “Location” is enabled

    (Note: the location of the app permissions can vary on different Android devices)

     Step 5 Deactivate the power saver on your device

    Many new smartphones use a “Smart Manager” or similar kind of power saver, which might cause your app to crash, or interfere with the GPS tracking. For detailed information on deactivating the power saver on popular devices, see here.

    Step 6 Disable optimization if it is enabled (for devices running Android 6 or higher)

    Optimization might block some of the functionality of your app so we recommend all our users to disable it if is enabled. For guidance on how to disable optimization for popular devices, see here.

    Step 7 Ensure that the GPS signal indicator is green before you hit start. Try to avoid starting your activity in areas where there may be a weaker GPS signal, i.e. near high buildings, deep forests, or near huge amounts of water like lakes or the ocean.

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    Still no luck finding a GPS Signal? Check here for further tips.

  • Groups

    Create a Group and Invite Members

    To create a group in the Runtastic app, follow the steps below:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab
    • Select “Groups & Communities”
    • Tap the plus symbol in the top right corner
    • Give your group a name and a description
    • Add a photo to your group if you wish to by tapping the camera icon - you can take a new photo with your camera or choose one from your device’s gallery
    • Tap “Create” in the top right corner

    Once the group is created, you can tap on the three dots in the top right corner and “Invite Members”. Your existing Runtastic friends will be listed here. You can add them to your group by tapping the plus next to their name.

    To invite members to your group with a private message, tap “Invite others with a Link”.

    Join/Leave Group

    Tap the “Profile” tab and choose “Groups & Communities” to see your pending Group Invitations. Here, you can either accept or decline invitations.   

    To leave a group, open the Group, tap on the three dots in the top right corner and tap “Leave Group”.

    Edit Group

    As Group Admin, you can edit the group name, change the group photo and add or remove group members at any time. Simply tap on the group you created followed by the three dots in the top right corner. Choose either “Edit Group” or “Edit Members” and make the necessary changes.

    If you wish to remove a member from the group, swipe right on the member’s name and press “Remove”.

    Group Leaderboard

    To access the Groups Leaderboard, follow the steps below:

    • Tap the “Progress” tab
    • Scroll to the “Leaderboard”.
    • Tap “Show more”
    • You can then change the Leaderboard to display just your group instead of all of your Runtastic Friends. (By tapping "Friends" at the top left and choosing your group)

    Alternatively, tap “Profile” followed by “Groups & Communities”. Open the desired group and tap “View Group Leaderboard” at the bottom.

    On the Leaderboard, you can compare the kilometers you have run with those of your fellow group members or your Runtastic friends.  

    adidas Runners

    See here if you're looking for information about adidas Runners communities. 

  • Help for GPS Problems on Android Phones

    Disabling the power saver and optimizing your Android phone is often the solution to many GPS issues. Find your device and the instructions for how to carry out both steps below:

    If you’ve already configured these settings and are still having difficulties with GPS, check out the full GPS Troubleshooting Guide here.

    Samsung

    Disable the power saver on Samsung devices

    • Open the phone’s settings and select “Device Maintenance”
    • Tap “Battery”
    • Make sure that Power Saving Mode is “Off”

    Disable optimization on Samsung devices (for Android 6 or higher)

    • Open the phone’s settings and select “Applications”
    • Tap the three dots in the top right corner
    • Select “Special Access”  then “Optimize Battery usage”
    • Find Runtastic on the list and make sure that it is not selected

    HTC

    Disable the Power saver on HTC devices

    • Open the phone’s settings
    • Tap “Power”
    • Tap “Off” to deactivate the power saving mode

    Disable Optimization (for Android 6 or higher) on HTC devices

    • Open the phone’s settings, then tap Power
    • Tap Battery optimization
    • Tap Not optimized > All apps to see the complete list of apps
    • Find Runtastic in the list and tap Don't optimize > Done

     Huawei

    Disable the power saver on Huawei devices

    • Open the phone’s settings and select “Battery”
    • Disable “Power saving mode” and “Ultra power saving mode”

    Disable optimization on Huawei devices (for Android 6 or higher)

    • Open your phone settings and select “Apps & Notifications”
    • Tap “Apps”
    • Select “Settings” at the bottom followed by “Special access”
    • Select “Ignore optimizations”
    • Press “Allowed” and select “All apps”
    • Find Runtastic on the list and set to “Allow”

     Sony

    Disable the power saver on Sony devices

    • Open your phone’s settings
    • Select “Battery”
    • Tap STAMINA mode
    • Choose “Never”

    Disable optimization on Sony devices (for Android 6 or higher)

    • Open your phone’s settings
    • Tap “Battery”
    • Select the three dots in the top right corner
    • Click “Battery optimization”
    • Select “Apps” then “Runtastic”

     LG

    Disable the power saver on LG devices

    • From the home screen, select Apps
    • Select Settings from within the Apps tab
    • Tap “General”
    • Select “Battery & Power Saving”
    • Toggle Battery Saver off

    Disable optimization on LG devices (for Android 6 or higher)

    • Open the Settings menu on your device and tap Battery & power saving
    • Tap Battery usage
    • Tap Ignore optimizations

    One Plus

    Disable the power saver on One Plus devices

    • Open your phone’s settings
    • Tap Battery
    • Toggle the battery saver off

    Disable optimization on One Plus devices (for Android 6 or higher)

    • Open your phone’s settings
    • Tap Battery
    • Select Battery optimization
    • Find Runtastic in the list of apps and select it
    • Select “Don’t optimize”

    Other Android Devices

    Most Android phones also use a power saver/optimization which can be found in the settings. Please make sure that the Runtastic apps are excluded from the energy saving mode and that optimization is disabled.

  • Is additional payment needed when reinstalling the app?

    If you have already purchased an app via the Google Play Store, you don’t have to pay for the app again if you reinstall the app on another device, or after a reset of a device. Just make sure that you use the same store account.

    Note: If you switch from operating system e.g. iOS to Android, then a reinstall without additional costs isn't possible.

  • Language settings

    The language of our Runtastic Apps is the same as the system language of your Android-Phone. If your system language is e.g. German, the Runtastic Apps will also be displayed in German. 

    How to change the language of your Android-Phone:

    Go to the settings and choose "Language and input" within the section "Personal". Tap "Language" and choose one of the listed languages. Your smartphone updates to the chosen language. Therefore the Runtastic Apps update their languages too. 

  • LIVE Tracking

    Enable LIVE tracking to let your Runtastic friends know that you’re going out for a run.

    Follow these simple steps to enable LIVE Tracking in the Runtastic app and allow Runtastic users to see where you are on the map, how far you’ve gone and how fast you’re going:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the “Start” button
    • Tap LIVE Tracking
    • Toggle LIVE Tracking on (or off to disable)

    On this screen, you will also find additional settings for the LIVE Tracking. Choose whether to allow cheering and/or sharing to Facebook.

    Cheering

    Enable the toggle next to “Allow Cheering” to get cheered on during a run. This will allow your Runtastic friends to cheer you on from the app or from Runtastic.com and you will hear the cheer they send played through your headphones. If you decide to share the start of your LIVE Tracking activity on Facebook, then you’ll also hear a cheer when someone likes the post.

    How will my Runtastic friends be notified that I am LIVE tracking?

    Shortly after you tap “START LIVE,” the link to your LIVE activity will be sent via push notification to your Runtastic friends (those who have enabled push notifications for LIVE tracking). Those who do not have push notifications activated can find the link to your LIVE activity either in the Notification Inbox or at the top of the News Feed under “Now LIVE.”

    My settings are private, why can users who are not my friends still see my LIVE activities and send me LIVE Cheers?

    If you don’t want your activity to be public, don’t go LIVE. When you enable LIVE Tracking, it’s similar to running a “public race” you’ve signed up for. You can’t control who is watching you run or who is on the sidelines cheering you on – the same goes for LIVE Tracking.

     

  • Log In and Log Out of the App

    Log in

    When starting the app for the very first time you will be greeted by several info screens. Simply skip them by swiping to the left until you come to the login screen.

    If you already have a Runtastic account, select “Log in” and enter your email address and password. Then, tap the “Log in” button again.

    If you do not have an account* yet, you can create one by tapping “Sign Up” Simply provide us with a few bits of information, like your email address, and tap “Join.”

    You will be asked to provide some additional information, which will allow the app to calculate Calories Burned more accurately. Now tap “Save.” Congratulations! You have just created your Runtastic account.

    You can also log in using the “Sign in with Google+” “Sign in with Facebook” button, which is also located on the login screen. If you do not have a Runtastic account yet, you can create one at this time.

    Log out

    To log out of the app, tap “Profile” followed by the “gear icon” in the top right hand corner. Select “Log out” at the bottom of the screen.

    *It is mandatory to have an account to use Runtastic. There are many benefits of having a Runtastic account. Most importantly, it enables us to safeguard your activity statistics. This means that even if you lose your phone or change devices, you won’t lose your data! However, be assured that your data is never shared with third parties.

  • Manually Set the Heart Rate Zones

    You can customize the Heart Rate Zones in the Runtastic app. To do so, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap the Activity Setup icon next to the "Start" button
    • Select "Heart Rate"
    • Tap “Edit your Heart Rate Zones”
    • To change the values of the individual zones, tap the current value
    • Save your changes by using the go back arrow at the top left

    If you choose a resting heart rate or a maximum heart rate at the top, the values of the other zones will change automatically as well.  

    *This option is available to you in the Runtastic PRO app or as a Premium Member.

    Which zone is the best for me?

    Easy: If you are a beginner or have not exercised in a while, use the easy zone. This zone will increase your fitness levels and burn fat as well.

    Fat Burning: If your aim is endurance training, use the fat burning zone. This zone will help improve the supply of energy to the working muscles. Your heart will benefit and stored body fat will be burned.

    Aerobic: If you want to increase your cardiovascular capacity and your pace, the aerobic zone is right for you. Here you will improve your muscle strength and continue to burn stored body fat.

    Anaerobic: If increasing your anaerobic threshold (AT) is what you want, use the anaerobic zone. Training in this zone will delay the point (AT) where your body cannot remove lactic acid from the working muscles quickly enough.

    Red Line: Do not train in the red line zone unless you are a serious athlete. Here you will increase your pace and develop speed, but be careful! You should only train in this zone for short intervals.

  • Music Player

    Start your music from your favorite music player directly in the Runtastic app.

    To do so, open the “Activity” tab in your Runtastic app. Tap the music note icon on the bottom left of the screen.

    Tap “Open Player” to select your player of choice or tap “Google Play Music” to use this music player.

    The player will automatically open and you can start your music. Go back to the Runtastic app - now you have the option to switch through the song titles directly in the app.

    Tap the small arrow in the upper right corner to open the music player or tap the icon in the upper left corner to switch to another music player.

    Additionally, you can open playlists directly in the app when using Google Play Music. Tap the second button in the upper right corner to do so.

  • My Leaderboard in the Runtastic App

    The Leaderboard shows you how many kilometers/miles you have run compared to your friends.

    To view the Leaderboard, tab the “Progress” tab and scroll to the “Leaderboard”. Alternatively, go to the “Profile” tab and access the Leaderboard here.

    Tap “Show more” and your current position will be displayed. The person who ran the most will be displayed at the top of the list and right beneath that you will find your kilometers/miles and your position on the Leaderboard.

    You can change the timeframe at the top by tapping the current one (e.g. “This month”). Choose between “Previous month”, “This week”, “Previous week” or keep “This month” by tapping the preferred view.

  • Notification Inbox

    Your received notifications will be available for you to read at any time in your brand new Notification Inbox.

    The bell icon in the top right corner of your Newsfeed Tab will tell you when you have a new notification waiting for you. Tap the icon to view your Notification Inbox, where you can look through your received notifications and check out what’s going on in your Runtastic network.

    The following notifications* are currently available in your Notification Inbox:

    • received and accepted friend requests
    • comments from friends on your activities
    • likes from friends on your activities

     *Your Notification Inbox will be continuously expanded, so keep your eye out for additional notifications in the future!

  • Privacy Settings

    Follow the steps below to edit your Privacy Settings:

    • Tap the “Profile” tab followed by the “gear icon” in the top right corner
    • Tap “Privacy
    • Here you can control who views the information that you share with Runtastic by selecting either “Everybody” (all Runtastic users), “Friends” (your Runtastic friends) or “Only me”.

    Marketing Messaging: Settings related to emails and push messages with interesting information about health, fitness and nutrition, and stay up-to-date on cool new features.

    Activity-Based Marketing: Settings related to ads that fit your lifestyle and preferences on other platforms.

    My Profile: Settings related to all the data you have added to your Profile on Runtastic.com (via Settings > Profile). It includes the following information:

    General Information (birthday, gender, height, address, family status)
    Reason and Motivation (sports level, your goals, your motivation)
    Education and Job
    Contact Information
    If you select the “Only me” privacy setting, only your first and last name will be visible to other users.

    Activity: Settings related to all the data on your activities including information like Maps, Distance, Time, Pace, Calories etc. Selecting “Only me” means that your activities will only be visible to you and will not appear in your friends’ News Feed.

    Maps: Settings related to the maps from your GPS-tracked sessions. If “Only me” is selected and a user navigates to the Details page of your activity, a message will be displayed instead of your map. The map will also not be displayed in the News Feed.

    Photos: Settings related to all the photos (both profile picture and photos of your activities) you have posted in the app. Any photos that you post will not be visible to other users if the “Only me” option is selected.

    Web News Feed: Settings related to all your information displayed on Runtastic.com that keeps others up to date (LIVE activities, new sports activities, status updates). If your Privacy Settings are set to “Only me”, your friends will not receive updates on your activities in their News Feed.

    Routes: Settings related to all the information about routes created or imported from activities. If you do not wish to share your routes with your friends anymore, they will not receive any updates when you create a new route.

    Training Plans: Settings related to all the training plans you are currently using or have purchased. If you do not want your Training Plans to be visible to other users, select “Only Me”

    At the bottom of the page, you can choose whether to join the Steps/Running Leaderboards.