Map My Run by Under Armour

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Rated 4.8197 From 476,945 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2020-05-27
  • New version: 20.10.0
  • File size: 337.41 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Map My Run by Under Armour

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Map My Run by Under Armour is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by Under Armour, Inc.. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Under Armour, Inc., with the latest current version being 20.10.0 which was officially released on 2020-05-27. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 476,945 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.8197 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Whether you’re just starting out on your fitness journey or a seasoned runner, you’ll find the features and tools needed to stay on track and motivated to hit your goals. Get customizable Training Plans, personalized coaching tips to make running feel easier, and more. Stay inspired with a community of over 60 million athletes all supporting your shared commitment to health and fitness. - Named Top 10 Apps for Runners by The Guardian - Featured in the NY Times, TechCrunch, Wired, & TIME - Voted Best Running App Readers' Choice on CONNECT WITH APPS AND WEARABLES - Track runs directly from your Apple Watch app and get visual, haptic, and audio progress updates in real-time. - Connect Under Armour connected shoes to the app and wearable devices for a Premium experience, more data to improve your run, and route tracking. - Sync with the latest apps and most wearables, including Apple Health, Apple Watch, Garmin, Fitbit, Jawbone, and more. - Take control of nutrition by connecting with MyFitnessPal for a comprehensive look at your calorie intake and burn. TRACK AND MAP YOUR WORKOUTS - Log over 600+ activities with the largest selection of activities, including: running, cycling, walking, gym workouts, cross training, yoga, and more. - Get real-time audio coaching on GPS-tracked runs, with customizable voice for stats like pace, distance, and elevation. - Connect with 400+ devices to import and analyze all your data in one place. - Track your shoes' mileage with Gear Tracker. Get notified when it’s time for a new pair to avoid injuries. - Use Routes to find nearby places to run, save your favorite paths, add new ones, and share with others. TRAIN LIKE A PRO WITH MVP PREMIUM FEATURES - Unlock the best tools to turn your goals into achievable plans with a Premium membership. - Use Live Tracking to share real-time running location and give loved ones peace of mind. - Execute Training Plans and reach weight loss or distance goals with personalized plans that adapt dynamically to your fitness level as you improve. - Monitor & analyze heart rate zones to adjust your training based on goals. - Set a goal for your run and stay on track with audio coach updates, including pace, cadence, distance, duration, calories, and more. If you upgrade to a premium MVP subscription, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. The monthly subscription costs USD 5.99 per month, while the yearly subscription costs USD 29.99 per year, or USD 2.50 per month. Your subscription renews automatically unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. There is no increase in cost when renewing. Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. Once purchased, the current period cannot be canceled. Any unused portion of a free trial period is forfeited if you choose to purchase a premium subscription to MVP. Find the full terms, conditions, and our privacy policy at Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. MapMyRun is part of the world’s largest digital health & fitness community, Under Armour Connected Fitness: MapMyFitness, UA Record, Endomondo, & MyFitnessPal. Apps built to empower healthy and active lifestyles with one mission—to make you better.

Top Reviews

  • This app makes my Apple Watch worthless

    By Gerg the Destroyer
    I’ve been using this app for many years. I even bought an Apple Watch as a companion to this app for running, biking, and walking the dog. I like that it communicates with myfitnesspal But here’s the rub. When this app is installed on my Apple Watch, it starts itself, runs in the background, and kills my watch battery before the end of the work day. A watch that does before the end of your work day is not very useful. I have to go I. To the phone and kill the app, then kill the app on the watch, and even by then it seems the Watch has opened the app on the phone again already. I spend 10 minutes fussing with it when I notice it’s doing that just so that I can make sure my watch battery won’t be drained in 6 hours. It’s fine when I remove this app. It’s even fine some of the time when I have the app on. I don’t run with my Apple Watch anymore because of this app. It’s pretty annoying. I’ve talked to support about it and they basically shrugged me off and said they’ve never heard of anyone else having that problem so it must be me. It’s a great app if they can fix that glitch, but until then, I can’t use it with my Apple Watch, which I bought specifically to use with this app.
  • Good, but several problems with support

    By drgardner
    Update - continued instability with the system and apps. Now missing feeds. Thinks I’m not an MVP member. Notes to support get vague apologies and indefinite promises. If you’re going to operate complex software and online systems, you have to realize you’re not just making shoes and. Lot he’s anymore and step up with the resources to properly support and operate the system. Getting really frustrating. Original: Generally, the app is among the better run tracking apps — not a high bar — but there are a number of problems that have been going on long enough to rate a low review for poor support. First, sync with Apple Watch app when starting a run on the phone doesn’t sync well or at all. Takes several minutes for phone to register the phone is tracking a run, then is constantly behind so must look at the phone — distracting — to get actual stats. Slow to pick up heart rate from watch. Will begin tracking several minutes to near end of run. This has been reported to support months ago, response was it’s a known problem and to just track runs on the watch. Poor response — maybe if it’s a known problem, fix it? Also, training programs are better than some, but still offer limited customization. Difficult for someone trying to get back into running after an extended forced break. Fix it, and I’ll provide a better review.
  • Something is wrong after a recent update but this is still a great app.

    By Vettelove135
    I used to be able to start my workout on my phone, put my phone in my pocket, hold up my wrist and see that on my Apple Watch the app had already opened and showed my workout already going. The last few weeks this no longer works or only works part of the time. Now I hold my watch up (after starting a workout on my phone) and it does already have the watch app open, but now it only offers me the option to start another workout on my watch. So I start a workout there, and then SOMETIMES it will get in sync with the phone and change the time, and other times it won’t. Then I get home and finish my workout on the phone so that I can write my notes before finalizing it. After which I will notice later that when I hold my watch up there is still a workout going on my watch which I have to finish and delete. These are not issues that were present a few weeks ago. It would be nice to see this rolled back to where the phone and watch properly sync with each other during and after a workout.
  • What happened?!

    By KellyRuth2013
    I have noticed since the most recent update that something must have happened to this app. Wondering if a rep from the company would read this and get back to me? Have used this app for a year + and most recently for training for my half marathon for the past few months. So so disappointed as the last couple days when I tried to use it it pauses itself and I don’t know it. Wasn’t able to track a 10 mile run with numerous attempts of restarting the app and had to guess at my distance which is so so heartbreaking after all of this training. Also the app was already going when I launched it the other day? And it paused itself again and I closed it out, but all the sudden about 20 minutes later it started reading out my stats. Which was only five seconds because that’s when it had paused itself the last time I had tried to use it. Today when I tried it it didn’t even display numbers for the time or distance, it just showed dashes. I updated again this morning and I also deleted the app and then re-downloaded but no change. I’m so disappointed, and I was counting on using it for the half marathon which is in six days now. Help! I do see that option to get help with the app, but I would still like to reach out this way as well.
  • GPS no longer works, rendering it useless

    By Mike01979
    I’ve used this app for more than a year, put over five hundred miles on it. and overall have been very happy with it. It maps my runs, lets me see a few of my friends’ runs, even suggests potential runs if I’m out of town running in unfamiliar cities. Good stuff. But over the past several weeks, the GPS has become all but worthless. It loses my location, “jumps” me a half-mile away to the middle of nowhere, “jumps” me back again, rinse and repeat. By the end it’s added an extra fake 2 miles to my run (and tells me I ran it at record speed!). I am using the app, and my phone, he same as I always have before. I have followed the online help suggestions: closed other apps, made sure Location Services is On, turned WiFi off, rebooted the phone, uninstalled & reinstalled the app. Nothing works. My past 8 runs in a row, none have been accurate. If it can’t actually map my run, the rest is worthless. I’ll give y’all one more update to fix this before I delete it permanently and move along.
  • Syncing is Sad

    By teejayhanton
    I downloaded this app because I loved all of the stats and features it offered that Runkeeper and Nike+ do not. I was even excited to pay for the premium account, but at this point it looks like my best option is to just delete the app. It takes up to 24 hours for the app on my Apple Watch to sync my activity to my iPhone app or the website. I contacted MapMyRun for help and was given a response about opening both apps at the same time and to be patient (which felt a lot like they were blaming me for their problem), it should sync thereafter. I can wait 15 to 30 minutes, but 24 hours is ridiculous. In addition, during today’s run, the distance and pace were way off. I am so disappointed. This app has so much potential, I just wish it worked the way it is intended. *Update...I have downloaded the new update that was supposed to fix this problem. It’s been 12 hours since my last workout and it still has not synced from my watch to my phone. I tried to respond to the developers response below and every time I try to reply, I am brought back to my log in page and them my Map My Run page. No access to connect to support. Same thing happens when I try to access support from my page. This is ridiculous.
  • Much improved

    By tinkaboudit
    This app suddenly got better a few days ago. I like to keep track of my running mileage and pace. It helps motivate me since I've aged (now 74) and all 12 of my running buddies have given it up so I'm mostly running alone. Also I moved across town recently and the app gives me a map and keeps track of my distance so I can explore and go in a different direction every day. The best recent change is that it stops when I stop. I'm so compulsive that I frequently would pause the app while waiting for a red light or to stretch a tight tendon but I'm also forgetful when the endorphins are working and I would forget to restart the tracking. This feature seems very reliable. Now even if I get home at the end of a run and forget to turn it off it patiently waits without racking up more time. I don't know how many runs it will store. My previous app was not only twitchy and unreliable but it would suddenly lose my old runs. I would like an option to store old data in the cloud.
  • Stopped tracking properly

    By psyc out
    I’ve loved using this app for years but as of the last few months it started tracking improperly. I started noticing the time seemed less than my estimate and the voice mile markers were landing in variable places despite me taking the same route. I began to note exactly when i left and, for example, when i got home today the tracker showed I’d been out for 35 mins when I’d actually been out over an hour. I asked support and they responded with a fairly lengthy list of things to check. After checking them all and changing one, I still experienced the problem but i ignored the instruction to turn off all other apps because i listen to podcasts, radio and/or audible books when I run instead of music (which they said was fine). I also ignored the instruction to not use my power button to turn the screen because the screen flashes on and sometimes I will inadvertently pause my book, etc if the screen is on. My point is that the app is too finicky to work accurately for my taste and I'll be researching other walking/running apps unfortunately. I want to emphasize that I never had these problems until a few months ago.
  • Please bring back mirroring of phone!!

    By Cyrena25
    I have used MapMyRun/Fitness since 2012. I have trained for triathlons, half marathons, and marathons with this app. I have loved it. Love the challenges, etc. I loved it even more when I got the Apple Watch and was able to have my heart rate tracked and pause my workouts from my wrist. I was even initially excited about the prospect of not having to have my phone (mainly to use the app on open water swims). I take back my excitement. I have never used my watch to listen to music (skips too much) and I want my phone with me on runs for emergency purposes anyway. With the recent update that made phone-less use of the app possible, I now don’t like the app at all. If I start my run on the watch to get heart rate and be able to pause, I don’t get the coaching and distance updates. If I start the app on my phone, I can’t pause the app on my watch, no heart rate tracking, no skipping of playlist songs from the watch - now I am back to getting out my phone to do all this. Please please please bring back mirroring of the phone - make it an option so those of us who want it can use it! Otherwise I may not use the app much anymore : /
  • Good app but could be better

    By RSTS72
    The goals are set up by miles and time. It also tells you how many minutes it should take to complete the miles. This I love however the voice coach tell you your speed in miles per hour instead of minutes per mile so hard to know when you are meeting your goal. I wish the 2 formats could match. My second issue is I love that I can set up training to prepare for a race but I don’t like that the minimum goal for running seems to be a 12 minute mile. I wish this could be adjusted because I’m at a 14 min mile and it’s frustrating I can’t meet my goal and by they time I’m getting closer to meeting it the minutes per mile is decreasing so I’m constantly behind. If it could be adjusted for slower runners it will be more beneficial assisting in improving your minute per mile. Overall the app does help me stay on a running schedule and I live the interval training even if I can’t stay at the speed it is instructing to run. Lastly the goals are miles and minutes for example run 2.2 miles in 32 minutes. But the voice coach will tell you that you’ve met your goal when you reach 32 minutes even if you haven’t met your mile goal.

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