Nike Run Club

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Rated 4.78511 From 374,438 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2021-04-21
  • New version: 7.5.0
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  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Nike Run Club

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Nike Run Club is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by Nike, Inc. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Nike, Inc, with the latest current version being 7.5.0 which was officially released on 2021-04-21. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 374,438 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.78511 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Nike Run Club: Your Perfect Running Partner Nike Run Club has the tools you need to run better, including GPS run tracking; audio guided runs; weekly, monthly and custom distance challenges; customized coaching plans for your goals; and nonstop motivation from your friends. Reach your goals and have fun along the way with Nike Run Club. - FULL APPLE WATCH SERIES 5 SUPPORT - TRACK AND STORE RUNS - AUDIO GUIDED RUNS WITH NIKE COACHES AND ATHLETES - GLOBAL AND CUSTOM CHALLENGES - PERSONALIZED COACHING PLANS - TROPHIES AND BADGES TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS - COMPETE ON LEADERBOARDS - IN-RUN CHEERS FROM FRIENDS - SHARE RUNS WITH ANYONE SUPPORT FOR APPLE WATCH and APPLE WATCH NIKE Get a perfect running partner on your wrist. The Nike Run Club app is optimized for every generation of Apple Watch. Scroll on the main screen to select a goal or start an Audio Guided Run; swipe left to customize a run or activate in-run Cheers from friends; or check out Activity History for details from recent runs. Note: GPS support is not available for the Apple Watch Series 1. TRACK AND STORE RUNS Get the details you need, including pace, distance, GPS route, elevation, heart rate, and mile splits, complete with audio feedback to keep on track. AUDIO GUIDED RUNS WITH NIKE COACHES AND ATHLETES Get guidance, motivation and inspiration through in-ear audio from Nike coaches, elite athletes and entertainers like Mo Farah and Kevin Hart. AGRs are a fun way to help runners improve strength, speed and endurance. Because the intervals are automatically marked, all you have to do is tap start and go. Each run is paired with a specific playlist, so connect to Apple Music or Spotify for the best experience. MOTIVATE YOURSELF WITH CHALLENGES Join the Nike global community of runners in weekly and monthly distance Challenges or create a Challenge and invite your Friends. Reach goals, earn achievements and go the distance. COACHING PLANS PERSONALIZED FOR YOU Whether you want to get started, get fitter or get race-ready, NRC has adaptive plans for your goals and fitness level. CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS WITH TROPHIES AND BADGES Earn milestone badges and trophies for smashing personal bests like your fastest 5K or longest run. COMPARE AND COMPETE WITH LEADERBOARDS Easily compare and compete with friends on the distance leaderboard. GET IN-RUN CHEERS FROM FRIENDS Receive motivating in-run audio cheers from friends and send them support with cheers of your own. CUSTOMIZABLE POST-RUN SHARING Personalize activity posts by adding photos, stats and stickers and tailor who sees them, from everyone to only your close friends. Nike Run Club works with Apple Health to sync workouts and record heart-rate data. Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life. Apple Music: used to access music library to play music during workouts.

Top Reviews

  • Changed my life

    By inglebertha
    To put it lightly, I’m an anxious person. I use the headspace app to find some clarity and that is where I first heard about the Nike running club app. I’m also a curvy woman. I thought “ yeah right there is no way I can jog for longer than five minutes”, but with the help of the guided runs I could! It turns out I’m a great runner and I love running! I just didn’t know it. I thought I had to look and run like someone else to be a runner, but I was dead wrong. I just needed to be trained to run smart and listen to my body. Don’t get me wrong, it took a while to get there, but It was possible because I wasn’t alone. The coaches and athletes that lead the guided runs help me stay on track and maintain my excitement for the sport. I feel so much better. Running has changed my mental and physical health. It’s given me a deep well of resources like endurance to tackle my daily challenges and celebrations. I’m deeply deeply thankful to Coach B for giving me the opportunity to enjoy being happy in my body and relaxed in my mind. Lol I’m literally tearing up right now writing this. I’m so grateful for his words of encouragement and his beautiful inclusive perspective of running. I hope that one day I can help someone feel as empowered and strong as his words make me feel. Thank you so much Coach!!!! Also thanks to Nike running for keeping this app free!
  • Challenges with friends and running

    By Commander Daddy
    Hey my name is Danny, but I go by “commander daddy” I have been using this app for years. I’ve always been going on runs and eventually decided I should figure out a way to track my miles. I stumbled onto this app early on. So as time went on and I continued running I eventually would post my runs to my Instagram, and eventually found out I had some friends who ran as well. We were able to share our miles and times which was cool to us. Then just before the new year was coming up I decided to make a challenge for my friends to participate in. The challenge was run 365 miles in a year. It’s not a crazy challenge for the average to everyday runner, however that’s not what I can categorize any of my friends as. They all have full time jobs and we’re are all athletes in other categories (skaters, climbers, fighters, etc). So anyways, everyone joined and we’ve been running and tracking even harder ever since. It’s even become pretty competitive which is my favorite part. I think if you got a friend group even if you wouldn’t call yourself a runner you should download this app and try it. It’s good for growth of all kinds. Oh and now after this is all said and done I think I am considerably a runner.
  • Switching apps

    By emily.t2
    I have used this app for years and have finally reached the final straw. I’m disappointed because I like the guided runs and training plans the app offers but I can no longer overlook it’s other issues. I have an Apple Watch series 3 and it is nearly impossible to sync my runs between my watch and phone. Lately any run that I start from my watch is deleted which is especially annoying with speed runs in which it is much easier to start and stop intervals from my watch. I’ve lost my running streaks because of this inability to sync and any adaptability in my training plans. When runs are started from my phone my watch fails to sync and provide useful stats throughout or after the run. As I said previously, I love that the app offers free training programs for various goals. I used one of these to train for my first half marathon. However, I do have a few gripes. I understand that incorporating Nike Training Club workouts into plans gives both apps use, but it is difficult when you already have a plan on the NTC app. It would be nice to have the option to exclude these workouts from training plans or link your current NTC workouts. It would also be super useful to allow for the training plans to be customizable. Plenty of other apps already offer this feature. Until Nike can properly track and record my runs, I’m done.
  • Good but need a little improvement

    By Alex Bum
    I love how it’s been helping me train for my first 10k! It adjusts its workout to meet me where I’m at in my running experience which is really nice. A few things I wish they’d improve on: 1. Explaining their workouts a little. For example today I needed to run 4 intervals of 400m however I just had the workout going the entire time in between. I wasn’t informed that I needed to pause the workout in between intervals so by the time I was done it looked like I only completed 1 interval. 2. There are still some glitches they need to work through. There have been multiple times when I’ve gotten on the app and gone to where my “coach” should be for my 10k training and nothing is there so all of my training has disappeared and there’s no evidence of it ever happening. Typically if I exit the app and try again 30 mins later my training will show up again. However I didn’t know that the first time it happened so I just started a whole new training plan which was a little frustrating. 3. Sometimes I’ll begin one of the scheduled workouts but when I finish it, it log it in/ appear as if I completed or even started it from the weekly overview screen. So if I want my plan to be marked as completed that day I’ll have to manually go back and add another workout simply enter in my progress from the workout I just did.
  • From hating running to 80 total miles

    By Emmawebs
    In July this year I decided to start running, and downloaded this app because it had good reviews. I only wear leggings with pockets, so this was ideal for me. The distance and pace tracking works very well, and as a video game player I’m a fan of the achievements feature. I really look forward to seeing the “fastest 5k” badge show up with a new time. It’s also nice seeing my total miles. The guided runs are also great. Sometimes I enjoy just running with music and losing track of time, with the occasional update on my distance, but other times I really need the motivation. There are distance or time based runs, and they’re built in a way where anyone can do them, no matter of skill level (though I guess I can’t speak to higher level, since I’m still building endurance). The only thing I would change is that the weekly and monthly challenges don’t count past runs. I rarely see them on the first day of the challenge, so with the monthly ones I end up several days behind even though I did track miles on the app in the beginning of the month. That’s really the only criticism I have though! I’ve only had it bug out once out of 40 total runs!

    By No Nickname, very sorry
    Update after update Nike is adding useless features yet they still can’t make this app work properly on an Apple Watch. Ridiculous that this app is still an “Editors Choice” to boot when it’s just simply NOT WORKING! Same annoying problems as months ago when I last used it. Not synchronizing with my iPhone so my runs are lost, ending the tracking of a run in the middle of it, stopping and restarting the tracking of a run in the middle of it for no reason, not responding when trying to stop a run upon completion... Yes, it’s still complete and hopeless garbage. I’m amazed that so many other users seem to have similar problems yet the developers of this app still can’t find their way out of a paper bag and have it work properly on an Apple Watch. I’m also surprised that this app gets decent reviews. Are all those positive reviews fake? Come on, if it’s not synchronizing with your iPhone and you’re loosing the data relating to your runs, it’s just not working and it deserves ZERO stars, not even one star. Fortunately, I also rely on my Apple Workouts app so I can still track my activities even when the Nike Run app malfunctions. Given that the Apple Workout app has gotten better over time in terms of the features and analytics it offers, and is stable as a rock, I’m going to switch completely to it. No more frustration in dealing with this ridiculous piece of Nike garbage and, big bonus, I’m going to be freeing up 700MB of storage space.
  • Great app, but lots of glitches

    By ShawnC22002
    I would gladly give this app 5 stars, if it weren’t for the numerous glitches and anomalies that it has. Overall I have always been happy with this app. I love the features, the guided runs, the integration with Apple Watch, the coach, etc. However, I feel like I am constantly dealing with synching issues in one way or another. For example, I am using the coach to train for a marathon. I always start the runs directly from the coach screen, and complete them, and mark them for the appropriate workout in the coach schedule. But once in a while after doing that, the next time I open the app it will show that workout as incomplete. There is no good way to fix this - and it most recently happened on a benchmark run that is supposed to be used by the app to set your schedule going forward. I contacted tech support - which is another great thing about Nike - I’ve always been able to get ahold of a person for support. But she pretty much told me this was a glitch and she couldn’t fix it, and had no guarantee if it would get fixed by someone in a different department. I also had an issue with runs not synching from my watch. Had to uninstall and reinstall the app on my phone. This type of thing happens a lot and can be frustrating when using these features. Other than that, great app.
  • Last Run Not Syncing to Account After IO13.1.1 Update

    By Share16
    I’ve used the Nike+ when it was a sensor on my shoe in 2009. Now, I’ve upgraded to the Apple 3 watch and iPhone8. The NRC app has worked well over the years and haven’t had any problems with the latest app upgrade. However, I’m have difficulties with my last run syncing to my phone and watch. I’m wondering if anyone is experiencing the same problem after the latest updates for Apple. My NRC phone and watch apps have my last run on Wednesday for 5 miles. I performed the OS update on Friday for my phone and watch. Saturday, I ran 9.30 miles with my watch. The app was working fine and recorded my run details and heart beat. I closed my watch rings for Move and Exercise and it recorded my run with NRC on my workout log. I tried to sync the run with my phone and nothing updated expect the update time. I’ve tried rebooting each device, deleting and adding the app, and checking the settings. Nothing seems to work. I’m glad my phone’s Health and watch Activity apps recorded my run. But I’m missing out on completing my Weekly NRC Challenge and record of my run. I hope it gets resolved soon since I have a half marathon coming up and would like to use my watch and not my phone on my race. Thank you for your time.
  • Improvement Needed.

    By One24th
    This app has everything to be hands down the best running app out there. However, starting the app on your phone won’t track your distance unless your phone is on you, EVEN IF you’re wearing your watch. Apple Watch S3 was designed with one of their main focus being phone-free workouts (Keep reading). Now, you can start the app on the watch without a phone BUT if you don’t have the AirPods, you won’t be able to hear anything while running, not mentioning you won’t be able to listen to music either unless, you know, buy wireless headphones. *** **** To add on, when running the treadmill I like to put my phone on the dashboard so I can look at it while I run and keep my eye on my stats BUT this won’t track my distance because again, even though I’m wearing the watch the phone needs to be held in my hand or be strapped on my arm. I then start the run on my watch and WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I OPEN THE APP ON THE PHONE TO LOOK AT MY STATS? I get a message saying opening the phone app while the watch app is in use will start a separate run. Can’t win. I know the stats will display on the watch but having your phone in front of you is better stuff. About every single running app in the App Store will let you use both your watch and phone as one and use the watch as tracking device whether the app was started on the phone or watch. Please listen and make an improvement 🙏🏼
  • I’ve never left a review before but this app changed my life

    By Bsbdhshshahahahsbs
    I’ve never been a runner. Was feeling out of shape and sluggish and stir crazy at the start of quarantine in March, decided to download Nike Running and try getting into running. I am naturally thin and athletic, but at this point in time I was really out of shape and would get extremely winded, to the point of hyperventilating / chest pain after running for just 1 minute straight. I started out with the guided runs, starting with the first interval run - 1min on, 1min off, 8x. I found coach Bennett’s audio recordings helpful, insightful, and just the right amount of distracting to keep me centered in the run, but not TOO aware of the effort I was having to put in. I love that you can play music in the background of the audio for the guided runs. At the beginning, I needed the guided audio to distract me from my effort level. Now it’s been almost 6 months, I no longer need the audio but I still use it about 3x a week. I’ve logged over 400 miles in the app over the past 6 months ! I ran 10 miles the other day, and I’ve now run 7 miles straight without stopping. I’ve never been in better shape. This app changed my life for the better :)

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