RunKeeper is the perfect Android app for anyone trying to stay fit and would like to track their routines. Let's get this out of the way first, RunKeeper is not just for runners. There are many activities to choose from, some of which are walking, biking, hiking, and various skiing. There are even selections for wheelchair and swimming, although I'm not to sure about the whole phone in the water thing. You need to have an account at runkeeper.com for this app to work. It syncs all the activities you do up to the web to be view on your personal dashboard. There is no PRO version available on Android, although when looking at the missing features, you are not missing anything. Taken from the Apps website is a summary of the features (modified to get rid of the other smart phone's wording): Activity Tracking RunKeeper uses the GPS technology found on your phone to track your fitness activity, giving you comparable results to an expensive GPS watch at a fraction of the cost. Personal Dashboard Store all historical activities on runkeeper.com, where you can keep track of totals and monitor your progress. Maps Integration See the exact path you traveled on a map, both on the device and on our website. Activity Sharing Share your activities with friends via email, or by posting them to your favorite social sites, including Facebook and Twitter. RunKeeper is simple to use. When you start the app, you just select what activity you plan on doing and push the start button. Plain and simple. You will then see the progress screen on your phone. Along the top is a gray box with crossing rectangles. This lets you select the orientation of the app. You will also see Total elapsed time and if GPS is working. The two boxes on the right show the average MPH and the estimated calories burned. In the middle you see a sort of graph representation of your progress. It is a good quick and easy way to see you speed. The blue bar is the one currently being updated and you can see underneath it your current pace (minutes/mile). You also have a STOP and PAUSE button. Once you STOP the current activity you have the option to save, discard, or cancel. When you save the activity is when it gets upload to the RunKeeper website. You will also see a little button that takes you to the map. There you can see the route that you have taken. When RunKeeper is stopped, along the top are two other tabs, Activity and Settings. Settings being self explanatory. The activity tab shows a summary of the past activities that the app has tracked. Clicking one reveals the entire log for that activity. When you log into RunKeeper on the web, you can see all the activities in a bit more detail such as elevation and cross reference the points on the graph with where you were on the map. On the site is where you can also share your activities by Twitter, Facebook, or email. You can also upload to Google Earth. There is also a section underneath the map to upload a heart rate if you own one of the approved Polar heart rate monitors. So as you can see this Android App has all you need to track your workout activities, whatever they may be. Give RunKeeper a try, you won't be disappointed. I have used it to track my walking/jogging sessions and with RunKeeper I know if I'm falling behind this session or if I can push it a little faster/further than last time.