Easily one of the top dogs in the massively growing running app space and one of the most fully featured. Track any outdoor sport, from running and cycling, to just plain old walking and keep an eye on duration, distance and speed. The app can also tell you how many calories you’ve worked off – great those watching what they eat.
Endomondo can be expanded, by adding in an external heart-rate monitor. ANT+ monitors work – check our best heart rate monitors to buy feature for some of the top ones.
If you’re still looking for more, you can take out a yearly subscription to Endomondo Premium and for £13.99 a year you’ll get weather updates on your routes, heart rate zones and set personal goals.
Price: Free (PRO version, £2.99) | Download Endomondo for iPhone | Download for Endomondo Android
If you're looking for the best running app for your iPhone or Android phone, then all of these are fully featured and capable of counting your steps, watching your calories and keeping track of speeds.
Tech for keeping a watch over your daily activities is getting better and better and now all you need to measure your steps, calories and speed is a simple app on your smartphone. Whether you have an iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, HTC One, Nexus 5 or even a Moto G, you can significantly improve your fitness regime, in some cases without even dropping anymore cash.
From Endomondo to Strava, and with the big boys of sports apparel like Nike, Adidas and Puma also getting in on the act, the amount of running apps is large. But which is the best? Read on to find out.
Kickstart your brand new fitness regime with our best heart rate monitor to buy feature, and take a look at our review of the Nike + FuelBand SE. Also check out our round up of the best running shoes and the best bikes.