• 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:

    • Ensure that your Runtastic app version is at least 7.3.0
    • Open the drawer menu in the top left corner
    • Tap “Settings"
    • Scroll to “Partner Accounts”
    • Select the “Connect” button under “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 Supported Devices

    This feature currently supports Forerunner, GPS enabled Vivo models as well as a basic integration with Edge for cyclists. We are, however, working on enabling this feature for as many Garmin devices as possible.

    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:

    • Open the drawer menu in the top left corner
    • Tap “Settings”
    • Scroll to “Social Connect”
    • select “Disconnect”

    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.

  • New EU Roaming Regulations 2017

    From 15th June 2017, the EU will abolish mobile roaming fees!

    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.

    Purchase and download Training Plans and Story Runs, enable LIVE tracking, sync your activities with Runtastic.com without worrying about any surprise extra charges.

    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.

    Note: Before 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.

  • Privacy Settings

    Your Privacy Settings can be edited by opening the drawer menu, tapping “Settings” and then “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”.

    My Profile: Settings related to all the data you have added to your Profile (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.

  • Groups

    Create a Group and Invite Members 

    Open the drawer menu and tap “Groups”. Tap the plus sign in the top right corner to create a group. Give your group a name and a description and press “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”. Alternatively, you can tap “Invite Members” directly at the bottom of the group page.

    Tap “Invite others with a Link” to invite members with a private message or add existing Runtastic friends by tapping the plus next to the name.

    Join/Leave Group

    To join a group, open the drawer menu and tap “Groups”. At the top, you will see your pending group invitations. Here, you can either accept or decline the invitation.   

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

    Edit Group Name or Description

    As Group Admin, you can edit the name, description or members of the group at any time. To do so, tap on the three dots in the top right corner and tap either “Edit Group” or “Edit Members” and make the necessary changes.

    If you wish to remove a member from the group, tap the minus sign next to the member’s name.

    Group Leaderboard

    There are two different ways to access the Leaderboard:

    • Open the drawer menu and tap “Leaderboard”. You can then change the Leaderboard to display just your group instead of all of your Runtastic Friends.
    • Open the drawer menu and tap “Groups”. Open the desired group and tap “View Group Leaderboard” at the bottom.

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

  • Runtastic and Android Wear 2.0

    If you have a new smartwatch with Android Wear 2.0, or have updated your watch to the latest version, you can install the Runtastic app directly on your wrist device. Just go to the Google Play Store on your watch and search for the Runtastic app. You can find it in the “Health & Fitness” category.

    Activities with the Runtastic App

    • Open the Runtastic app on your Android Wear watch
    • Tap the START button to start your activity
    • Tap the arrow on the bottom of the screen or swipe up to adjust the Activity Type, Auto Pause or heart rate monitor

      

    During the activity you will see the duration, distance and your heart rate on the watch. Press and hold the values to personalize them.

    Pause or Stop an Activity

    Tap the Pause button at the bottom of the screen to pause your activity. To stop the activity, swipe up the screen and tap the Stop button.

    Your activity will end and you will see the route ran, duration, distance, calories burned and much more.

    Is Android Wear 2.0 Available for My Watch?

    Google has partnered up with LG to develop the first watches to run on the new software. For more information on which watches will be available for update, check out the Android Wear page.

  • Help for GPS Problems on Android Phones

    Most of the new smartphones use a “Smart Manager” or similar kind of power saver, which might block some of the functionality of your apps. For instance, it might cause your app to crash, or interfere with the GPS tracking.

    Follow these steps to deactivate the power saver on your smartphone:

    Samsung

    • Open the phone’s settings and select “Battery”
    • Tap “Detail” in the “App power saving” section
    • Tap one of the Runtastic apps
    • Make sure that “Turned off” is selected  

    HTC

    • Go to the settings
    • Tap “Power”
    • Tap “Off” to deactivate the power saving mode

    Huawei

    • Go to the settings and select “Power saving”
    • Tap “Protected apps” and select the apps which should not be disabled in the power saving mode

    Others

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

  • Info, Tips & Tricks regarding GPS on Android

    If your GPS results appear to be inaccurate or you are not able to get GPS signal please follow these instructions:

    1. Make sure you have installed the latest version of Runtastic

    2. Enable GPS

    3. Go to the device's "Settings"  

    4. Select "Location services" and ensure the "Use GPS satellites" and "Use wireless networks" check boxes are checked ("Use wireless networks" will help reduce the time it takes for your device to obtain a GPS fix).

    Additionally from the "Settings" app, select the "Date and time" item and ensure the "Automatic date and time" and "Automatic time zone" check boxes are checked. GPS and our app rely heavily on an accurate time and time zone. Having your device set to the incorrect time zone or time, may prolong the time taken to obtain a GPS fix, and may result in other inaccuracies in your recorded workout statistics.

    If you are still having GPS issues after the steps above, try these additional steps that are known to resolve almost all issues.

    1.  Restart your phone. Usually holding down the power button and selecting "Restart" will do this on my Android devices. Make sure that you open the app with a direct line to the sky - then wait for the GPS indicator to go green - this may take several minutes.

    2.  Remove and reinstall our app from the "Play Store" app.  It is possible the app did not download to the phone correctly, try deleting/reinstalling the app. Your activity history will be cleared from the device, so make sure that you sync all sessions to Runtastic.com beforehand.

    NOTE: Please make sure that you have synced all session to Runtastic.com beforehand (from the History tab of the app).

    3. Turn off airplane mode before starting your workout. 

    4. Before you start tracking your next session, be sure to wait until there is a green GPS signal indicator. If not, open Google maps, then open the Runtastic app and let it search for 2-5 minutes to lock onto a GPS signal.

    Note: If you do experience a weak GPS signal and your activity tracking appears inaccurate, you can edit your session manually on Runtastic.com afterwards. Also due to the different built-in GPS receivers in each smartphone we can’t guarantee exact tracking results. When starting an activity please try to avoid the following areas:

    • High buildings
    • Deep forests
    • Areas where it's very cloudy
    • Huge amounts of water like lakes, sea etc

    If you end up in these areas above this can affect your GPS signal during your activity.

    Be aware that just because the some map apps like Google Maps, may show your location on the map, this does not mean that the device's GPS is functioning properly or that a GPS fix has been obtained. The data used to show your location on the map may be based on cellular network or Wi-Fi signals.

  • Music Player

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

    To do so, open the activity screen in your Runtastic app. Tap the music note icon in the middle part of the screen (under your stats) or swipe bottom half of the screen from left to right.

    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.

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

  • Is additional payment needed when reinstalling the app?

    If you have already purchased an app via the App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone Store etc. 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.

  • Shoe Tracking

    Do you know the last time you changed your running shoes? We recommend that you change your running shoes, depending on the model, abo every 500 kilometers to reduce the risk of injury.

    The Shoe Tracking feature automatically assigns your kilometers to your running shoe.  

    Add a Shoe

    Follow these simple steps to add a shoe for the first time:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner and then “Settings”
    • Select “My Shoes”
    • Tap “Add Your First Shoe”   
    • Select the brand of your shoe from the list or enter the brand in the search field
    • Select your model from the list or enter the model in the search field
    • You can either use the available picture of the model or add one of your own - just tap on the photo icon
    • Enter a Nickname, Size and Color for your shoe and tap the Next arrow to save your information
    • Select a date from which all your activities since then will be assigned to your shoe
    • Select the Activity Type you would like to assign to this shoe* and tap the Next arrow to save your information
    • Set a limit for your shoe** and tap “Done”

    * Shoe Tracking is available for Running, Walking, Nordic Walking, Hiking and Running (Treadmill).

    ** We recommend retiring your shoes after 500 km. At this point, the cushioning capability of your shoes decreases, exposing your joints to greater shock and force.

    Note: If you cannot find the brand or model of your shoe, select “Other” and enter the model name in the Nickname field.

    Edit the Details of a Shoe and View the Statistics

    Follow these simple steps to edit the details of a shoe or view the statistics:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner and then “Settings”
    • Select “My Shoes”
    • Select your shoe
    • On this screen, you can see all the relevant statistics: In use since, Activities, Average Pace, Total elevation Gain/Loss
    • Open the overflow menu (three dots) at the top right to edit the details
    • Edit the desired details (the date of the first usage of the shoe can not be changed) 

    Add or Reassign an Activity to a Shoe

    Follow these simple steps to add or reassign an activity to a shoe:

    • Select an activity from your History
    • Open the overflow menu (three dots) at the top right, select “Edit” and tap No Shoe Selected”
    • Select the desired running shoe from the list or add a new shoe

    Retire the Shoe

    If your shoe has exceeded the recommended distance, you will receive a notification in an info screen. You can ignore the message by tapping “Not now” or view the details of the shoe by tapping “Go to shoe”.

    Here, you have the possibility to retire your shoe by tapping “Retire”.

    Note: Currently, you cannot reactivate a shoe. If you have already retired it, you cannot restore it.

    If your shoe is already worn out before the recommended distance, you can retire the shoe manually:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner and then “Settings”
    • Select “My Shoes”
    • Select your shoe
    • Open the overflow menu (three dots) at the top right to edit the details
    • Tap “Retire the shoe”
  • 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 shown in german language. 

    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. 

  • Push Notifications

    Push notifications help keep you informed directly on your phone about live activities of your friends, received or accepted friend requests or when a Facebook friend of yours joins Runtastic.

    You can edit the push notification settings in the Runtastic app. Open the settings of the app, select “Notifications” and select which notifications you would like to receive.

  • Yearly Running Goal

    The Yearly Running Goal gives you the possibility to set a distance running goal for the whole year and check your progress after every run.

    Follow these simple steps to set your goal for the first time:

    • Tap your profile picture in the drawer menu on the left
    • Select "Yearly running goal" at the bottom of the screen
    • Choose your goal by moving the slider to the left or the right
    • The distance you need to run per week and month will be displayed underneath the goal
    • Tap "Commit" to get started

    To change your goal afterwards:

    • Go to the Yearly Running Goal again, open the overflow menu (the three dots) at the top right and tap "Edit"
    • Choose your new goal by moving the slider to the left or the right
    • Tap “Commit” to set your new Yearly Running Goal

    Get fitter and beat last year’s running distance!

    Note: Only activities where "Running" or "Running (Treadmill)" is chosen as sport type are counted for the Yearly Running Goal. 

  • Connect my Wearable

    Follow these simple steps to connect your wearable with the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Tap “Settings”
    • Select “Runtastic wearable”
    • Connect to your wearable by swiping the "Runtastic wearable enabled" toggle switch to the right

    To be able to connect your wearable with the Runtastic App make sure your wearable is already connected in the Me App! After the connection you are able to see your pace or distance on your Orbit.

    Runtastic Moment

    When you connect your Runtastic Moment to the Runtastic app, the clock hands will move to 12 o'clock. During your workout, the hour hand shows the kilometers/miles covered. The minute hand measures the meters - one full cycle corresponds to 1,000 m (1 km). The progress hand shows the progress towards your daily goal.

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

    Note: Your wearable has to be connected to the Me app before you can use your wearable with the Runtastic app.

  • My Leaderboard in the Runtastic App

    The Leaderboard shows you how many kilometers/miles you have run compared to your friends. Starting with Runtastic Version 6.0, this feature is also available within the app itself.

    To view the Leaderboard, go to the drawer menu. Tap “Leaderboard” 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.

  • Adding/Searching for Friends

    Would you like to add a friend, but you are out and about? No problem. Just do it with your Runtastic app.

    There are two options to enter the “Friends” screen:

    1. Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu. Tap your name or profile picture at the top. In the lower half of the screen, you will find “Friends” and your pending requests. Tap that overview to enter the “Friends” screen.
    2. Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu. Select “Leaderboard” and tap the “+” in the top right corner.

    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.

  • Manually Set the Heart Rate Zones

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

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Select "Settings" and then "Heart Rate"
    • In the middle, you will find "Edit your Heart Rate Zones". Tap it*
    • 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.

    Which zone is the best for me?

    Easy: If you are 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 can increase your pace and develop speed, but be careful! You should only train in this zone for short intervals. 

  • Sync Sessions with Runtastic.com

    Your activities are synced automatically. Just make sure to tap the tick in the pink circle after you finished your session. 

    To force a synchronization of your activities with Runtastic.com, follow these simple steps:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Select "History"
    • Pull down the screen until the refresh icon (blue circular arrow) appears. When you see this icon, your activities are synchronizing

    If you get the message "Activities not synced", log out of the app and back in again. After that, try to sync your sessions again - it should work now.

    Use the following workaround if the synchronization is still not working:

    • Make sure that you are using the newest Runtastic app version on your smartphone.
    • Open the history and choose an activity that has not been synced yet. Tap “edit” and add an emoji or change the existing one.
    • Now the activity should be synchronized to your account on Runtastic.com.

     

  • Change the Dashboard

    The Dashboard on your Activity screen can easily be customized to meet your needs.

    To change which value is displayed most prominently, just tap one of the other three values. It will change places with the biggest one automatically.

    To select a different value from the ones displayed on the Dashboard, press and hold on the value you want to change. Select one of the possible values from the list that appears and then tap "Done". Now you have switched values.

    Note: The Dashboard can display a maximum of four values.

  • Download/Use Training Plans

    Follow these simple steps to download and use Training Plans in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Tap “Training Plans”
    • Select one of the six different types of Training Plans
    • Choose one of the possible Training Plans for that type (e.g. there are two possible Training Plans for the Bikini Body Prep category)
    • The next view shows you how long the training lasts and who prepared it. By tapping “Select Date,” you can schedule your Training Plan
    • Select your starting date and complete the payment process
    • Now you can start with your new Training Plan

    Note: The chosen starting date cannot be changed manually.

  • Start a Story Run

    Follow these simple steps to start a Story Run in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Type icon in the top right corner of the screen or pull down the Dashboard
    • Tap “Music & Story Running”
    • Select “Story Running”
    • Tap “Download” to load the Story Run of your choice to your phone
    • After completing the download, tap “Start”. You should now see the Story Run in your Activity Setup
    • Start your activity as usual by tapping “Start”
    • If you don’t want to run with a Story Run, tap the Story Run in the Activity Setup and then tap the “X” next to the Story Run

    *You can view the details of the Story Run by tapping it. You will find a listening sample, the audio language and the price. Swipe right or left to view the details of the other Story Runs.



  • Create an Interval Training

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

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Select “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 “+” on the left and right side
    • Change the level by tapping low, medium or high
    • Change the values (distance or time) in the middle by scrolling up or down
    • When you're done, tap the tick icon in the top right corner

    To delete a manually added Interval Training, press it for a few seconds and then select “Delete Workout”.

    * Interval Trainings are available to you in the Runtastic PRO app.

  • Search for a Route

    Follow these simple steps to search for a Route* in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Tap “Routes”
    • Use the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner to search for a Route
    • Change the Activity Type with the first tab at the top
    • The second tab shows the Distance. Change it by tapping it and moving the slider to the left or to the right
    • The third tab shows the Elevation Gain. Again change it by tapping it and moving the slider to the left or to the right
    • Use the drawer menu to change to a list or map view at the bottom of the screen
    • To use a found Route, just tap it

    * Routes are available to you in the Runtastic PRO app.

  • Set a Workout Goal

    Follow these simple steps to set a workout goal in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Type icon in the top right corner of the screen or pull down the Dashboard
    • Tap the Workout Type icon (second on the list, e.g. Basic Workout)
    • Select “Workout Goal”
    • Select the category in which you would like to set a goal. You can choose between
      • Distance & Duration (in combination)*
      • Distance
      • Duration or
      • Calories*
    • Tap one of the categories and either choose from default goals or create your own by tapping the “+” in the top right corner
    • Select the values you want to set as goals and save them by clicking “Done”
    • Start your activity by returning to the Activity screen and pressing “Start”

    If you activated the Voice Coach, you will get feedback when you have reached your goal.

    * This feature is available to you in the Runtastic PRO app.

  • Challenge an Existing Activity

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

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Tap “History”
    • Select the activity you would like to challenge
    • Scroll down and tap “Challenge activity”

    or

    • Tap the Activity Type icon in the top right corner of the screen or pull down the Dashboard
    • Tap the Workout Type icon (second on the list, e.g. Basic Workout)
    • Select “Challenge an Activity”
    • Select one of your previous activities to challenge
    • Start your activity by tapping “Start” at the bottom of the screen
  • Change the Activity Type

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

    • Tap the Activity Type icon in the top right corner of the screen or pull down the Dashboard
    • Tap the Activity Type icon (first on the list) which shows you the current Activity Type (e.g. Running)
    • Select one of the Activity Types from the list. The most recently used Activity Types are listed at the top
  • Set a Starting Countdown

    Follow these simple steps to set a starting countdown in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the Activity Type icon in the top right corner of the screen or pull down the Dashboard
    • Tap the hour glass icon at the bottom (first from the left)
    • The countdown is disabled/enabled
  • View My Statistics

    Follow these simple steps to view your Statistics in the Runtastic app:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Tap “Statistics”
    • To change the view, tap the current period at the top of the screen (Week*, Month, Year* or All) and then select the time period you would like to view
    • To change the Activity Type, use the tab next to the time period. It either shows the current activity or "All activities"
    • Select the Activity Type you would like to view. It is possible to choose more than one Activity Type at a time

    * This feature is available to you in the Runtastic PRO App.

  • Change My Profile Details

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

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner or swipe the screen from left to right to open the menu
    • Tap your profile name or profile picture
    • Now you can change your profile settings, e.g. your birthdate, height or weight

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

  • Connect to Jawbone UP

    Follow these simple steps to integrate your Runtastic activities in the Jawbone app:

    • Tap the menu icon in the top left corner of the Runtastic app or swipe from left to right to open the menu
    • Select "Settings" and then "Partner Accounts"
    • Select "Connect" under the Jawbone icon to connect your Runtastic account with the Jawbone app

    You can also add the Runtastic app in the settings of your Jawbone app.

    To guarantee fluent integration, make sure to connect your account with Jawbone in the settings on Runtastic.com, too

    Functionality

    As soon as you are connected to the Jawbone UP, all your new activities will be synced and shown in the newsfeed in your Jawbone app.

    However, synchronization is not possible in the other direction from Jawbone to Runtastic.