Runtastic Presents New Features for iOS 10

Apple just revealed a whole lot of impressive, new features and topics. As announced already at WWDC, Apple’s annual developer conference, Runtastic will be among the very first companies to launch app updates for iOS 10 and watchOS 3. You only have to wait a few more days to check out new Runtastic features on iOS 10. Here’s a sneak peek of what we’ve prepared for you:

Start your fitness activities with Siri now
Siri is your personal assistant on your iPhone. As of now, you’ll be able to control your fitness activities with Siri: “Hello Siri, start a run!” starts a running activity with your Runtastic app. Want to pause, stop or resume it? Just tell Siri. “We’re especially proud to be part of such an awesome project right from the start,” said Florian Gschwandtner, Runtastic CEO and co-founder.

Screenshot of Siri function.

Update for watchOS 3
You spontaneously decide to head out for a run. You lace up your shoes and you’re ready. Yup, that’s it. Runtastic redesigned its Apple Watch app for a smoother start and an enhanced user experience with watchOS 3.

Runtastic: Update for watchOS 3

      • New design, easy to use
        Start your activity directly on the first screen. Plus, get stats for distance, duration and pace at one glance. Oh, and you can see your current heart rate – which is synced in real time – on the main screen, too.

Fast App-Start in your Complication

        • Faster app start in your complication
          There’s a wide variety of complications available for your Apple Watch. Choose your favorites and add the most important components from your apps to access all relevant information at once. This allows you to start the Runtastic app directly from the watch face.

Apple Watch and Runtastic: new design, easier usage

Advanced notifications for Runtastic and Results
Redesigned rich notifications including new features provide the best possible overview of your weekly activities tracked with the Runtastic app. Check out how active you’ve been with detailed stats or just take a quick look at your activity summary. Are you working out with the Results app? Cool, then get all workout details for your upcoming training session via 3D Touch. By the way, rich notifications will be available also for devices without 3D Touch on iOS 10.

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Your Runtastic widget – everything at a glance
Any idea how often you went for a run with your Runtastic app last month? Want to know how many miles you’ve covered in total? The Runtastic widget knows it all. Expand the widget for even more details and stats on your workouts – and be proud of your accomplishments! Plus, check out which exercises will make you sweat in your next Results workout! The widget on your home screen shows what’s up next in your training plan to make sure you’re perfectly prepared.

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One of the key components of the iOS 10 update is a facelift for iMessage:

Celebrate your success & challenge your friends: directly in iMessage
Personal best! You did it and set a new record for a 5K? You should definitely celebrate your accomplishments. Now you can instantly share your Runtastic activities with your friends via iMessage. #iMessageApps

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Pimp your iMessages with Runtastic stickers
Motivate your friends with special stickers from the Results and Runtastic apps. Get the sticker pack now and wow them with quotes, exercises and funny fitness emojis!

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Curious about the new features in the Runtastic and Results apps? Try them for free:

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Christina-Anna Stenz With a background in communication and political science, Christina-Anna is not only interested in media but also keeps up with the latest trends in sports and technology. View all posts by Christina-Anna Stenz »

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