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Nike Run Club

Nike Run Club

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Nike Run Club - Your Perfect Running Partner

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  • Perfect for new and OG runners! Apr 11, 2020

    By keefdaflip
    I wanted to start running again since i used to in highschool and needed an app to track my progress as well as monitor my vitals/pace. I would say im a novice runner. Ive been using the NRC app for about two months now and I really like it! Its tracks most of the important stats (especially when linked to fitness monitor in my case AW4). Keeps me accountable! and theres a bunch of different challenges and achievements to unlock if you are that kind of person.#goals I love them personally. It makes me want to run more and more. I cant say i love it since for some reason the new Cadence monitoring feature isnt working for me. I figured it would sync with my applewatch for cadence but i guess not. Ive resorted to using the built in "outdoor run" under activity app to track cadence among other things and compare both apps after. Little extra work but i dont mind. All in all great app to track your progress and keep you accountable, the guided workouts are probably amazing but ive never used them. Give this app a try, if you are using it with a fitness tracker, setup app and device properly! or you will end up with missing info. Only other gripe is sometimes it doesnt show my heart rate throughout run. It does on my other app so in not worrying too much, could be since im running both apps at same time to track my vitals.
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  • Jul 17, 2020

    By Richard Tyler
    Great app. I use it to track my distance, pace and route. Just set your distance and start, it will tell you your pace and distance at every km and you can play your music in the background. It stores all of your runs and you can track your progress. I also just added my shoes to track the usage so I know when to replace them. Great idea!
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  • Challenges with friends and running Apr 6, 2020

    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.
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  • Jul 13, 2020

    By John Aguilera
    I really love this app but I hate that it cannot be used on a smartwatch other than the Apple watch. I really wish I could use the NRC app with a smartwatch to not have to take my phone on every run. Once the NRC app is available on more smartwatch platforms I would definitely give five stars. Lastly, not the most accurate but overall a great app.
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  • Finally found the perfect running app!! Jun 3, 2020

    By ARebelWookie
    NRC is the perfect companion to someone who struggles to get out and go run; the support Coach Bennett offers through the guided runs is just what I’ve been searching for. I’ve previously used both MapMyRun and Runtastic and the “coaching” provided by both doesn’t amount to much more than telling you your splits, distance, and when the pace changes on intervals. It’s done by a computer generated voice and just doesn’t have the real person connection. Coach Bennett will relate to you and motivate every step of the way while not being overbearing and in your ear the whole time. There are minutes set aside during every run where it’s just you, the music, and the run. It gives you time to reflect on what Coach has said let’s you focus in on what you are doing. The last thing I’ll mention are companion playlists, while most of the songs are some form of pop or pop/Rock they are upbeat and provide a nice soundtrack to run to. Even for me who isn’t a big pop fan, I’ve added a few songs to my personal library thanks to NRC. So, if you’re like me and struggle to find motivation to get out and get going, give NRC a try and hopefully you find it as great as I do.
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  • Long Distance Runners Beware: Watch App On S2 Is Useless Oct 9, 2017

    By Vince Viloria
    I suppose if you’re a casual runner of shorter distances this app is serviceable. If you’re even slightly more serious, read on. I have an Apple Watch Nike+ S2 and the Watch app is absolutely horrible. Laggy all around. Every swipe takes a second to register, every tap happens a second later. Tapping to start a run takes seconds to actually begin. If you have a run countdown and the countdown does not complete before you drop your wrist the workout will not actually begin. Double tapping the screen during a run is supposed to pause your workout but you have to raise your wrist to wake the screen and then give it a few seconds to update the display before you can do so. Even then it can take a couple of attempts. And last but certainly not least if you finish a long workout (double digit miles) and attempt to save the workout the app crashes. If you restart the app it resumes the workout forcing you to pause the workout (adding time to your workout in the process) and try again. Sometimes it works, sometimes it terminates and saves nothing. Yesterday I lost a 19 mile run. Gone. It’s far from the first time and I’m not going to go through it anymore. I have given this app too many chances over years of it getting worse. I’m embarrassed to have pre-ordered the Apple Watch Nike+ S3. Even when it comes I will absolutely not be giving this app another chance. If you’ve read this far, consider yourself warned.
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  • Jul 11, 2020

    By White Wulfe
    When it works, it seems to work reasonably well. Unfortunately, it regularly will lose info for your distance, which is kind of pointless when work uses the app for a "health month" challenge, and it records the wrong data. Somehow 4.75km on Google Fit is only 0.03km. This makes you feel like the time you've gone and spent to compete with said challenge was absolutely pointless. Also, you have to manually trigger it every time, which really eats up the whole desire to do more, because now it's one more app taking up memory on your phone and doesn't do anything extra that Google Fit already did. Also, if you edit a run to fix the app not tracking your distance, it only updates on your end - if you're using the app because of challenges, fixing the issue DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS CHALLENGES!
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By Andrea Di Tonto
    It has been getting worse and worse with every update since the disaster upgrade when they changed everything a few years back! Gone all the good features, in useless ones. Also tracking accuracy has become worse and worse. The "motivating" voices after your runs are so demotivating, not everyone likes American awesomeness and high fives! And finally, receiving a notification on your phone because Nike released some new shoe? pure spam! Only reason I kept using it is because of historical data, but I gladly paid for the full version of SyncMyTracks and was able to download all history and move to another tracking app. FREE AT LEAST!
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  • Jun 24, 2020

    By Chasity Holt
    I was loving this app until it recently stopped synching my runs to challenges and tracking my distance correctly. I did a 2.85 mile run, yesterday, and it synched to the app but wasn't added to my challenges. I did a 2.5 mile run, today, and it only accounted for 1/2 mile , which is pretty frustrating. I heard of this issue with apple users and I'm an android user, so it seems to be cross-platform. If this can get fixed, I'll definitely change my rating.
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  • STILL, YES, STILL GARBAGE Mar 12, 2020

    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.
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  1. Receive Trophies and Badges every time you meet or exceed a goal! Enjoy getting rewarded for all your hard work
  2. Run Records let you see every run you've ever completed so you can easily keep note of your fitness over time
  3. Nike coaches instruct you on the best ways to exercise with Audio-Guided Runs so you can make the most out of your workout

Reviewed by Katelyn on June 1, 2018

  • Perfect for new and OG runners! Apr 11, 2020

    By keefdaflip
    I wanted to start running again since i used to in highschool and needed an app to track my progress as well as monitor my vitals/pace. I would say im a novice runner. Ive been using the NRC app for about two months now and I really like it! Its tracks most of the important stats (especially when linked to fitness monitor in my case AW4). Keeps me accountable! and theres a bunch of different challenges and achievements to unlock if you are that kind of person.#goals I love them personally. It makes me want to run more and more. I cant say i love it since for some reason the new Cadence monitoring feature isnt working for me. I figured it would sync with my applewatch for cadence but i guess not. Ive resorted to using the built in "outdoor run" under activity app to track cadence among other things and compare both apps after. Little extra work but i dont mind. All in all great app to track your progress and keep you accountable, the guided workouts are probably amazing but ive never used them. Give this app a try, if you are using it with a fitness tracker, setup app and device properly! or you will end up with missing info. Only other gripe is sometimes it doesnt show my heart rate throughout run. It does on my other app so in not worrying too much, could be since im running both apps at same time to track my vitals.
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  • Jul 17, 2020

    By Richard Tyler
    Great app. I use it to track my distance, pace and route. Just set your distance and start, it will tell you your pace and distance at every km and you can play your music in the background. It stores all of your runs and you can track your progress. I also just added my shoes to track the usage so I know when to replace them. Great idea!
    more
  • Challenges with friends and running Apr 6, 2020

    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.
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  • Finally found the perfect running app!! Jun 3, 2020

    By ARebelWookie
    NRC is the perfect companion to someone who struggles to get out and go run; the support Coach Bennett offers through the guided runs is just what I’ve been searching for. I’ve previously used both MapMyRun and Runtastic and the “coaching” provided by both doesn’t amount to much more than telling you your splits, distance, and when the pace changes on intervals. It’s done by a computer generated voice and just doesn’t have the real person connection. Coach Bennett will relate to you and motivate every step of the way while not being overbearing and in your ear the whole time. There are minutes set aside during every run where it’s just you, the music, and the run. It gives you time to reflect on what Coach has said let’s you focus in on what you are doing. The last thing I’ll mention are companion playlists, while most of the songs are some form of pop or pop/Rock they are upbeat and provide a nice soundtrack to run to. Even for me who isn’t a big pop fan, I’ve added a few songs to my personal library thanks to NRC. So, if you’re like me and struggle to find motivation to get out and get going, give NRC a try and hopefully you find it as great as I do.
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  • Jul 22, 2020

    By Steph Gee
    So far I'm enjoying this. There are loads of options to choose from and I like that variety. I like the simplicity of My Coach giving me an update about speed and time every kilometre. I've also done a few guided runs which are interesting and make a change. Less American accents would make it even better though.
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  • Jul 13, 2020

    By John Aguilera
    I really love this app but I hate that it cannot be used on a smartwatch other than the Apple watch. I really wish I could use the NRC app with a smartwatch to not have to take my phone on every run. Once the NRC app is available on more smartwatch platforms I would definitely give five stars. Lastly, not the most accurate but overall a great app.
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  • Last Run Not Syncing to Account After IO13.1.1 Update Sep 29, 2019

    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.
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  • Pretty good, but minor bugs Jan 4, 2019

    By SmellyGash
    I’ve been running since middle school and I always used Running2Win to log my runs, but since that site is a bit clunky and the app is garbage, I figured I’d try this one out. Since I’ve been using it, I’ve fallen in love with the UI and how easy the app is to use. The workouts from the “My Coach” seem a bit easy, so I do my own and just substitute them, but otherwise the runs are great. I especially like the guided runs because it actually feels like someone is beside me and running with me, which is always a nice feeling when running alone when back from school. However, this app is not without some minor bugs, most notably in the guided runs themselves. For whatever reason and on multiple occasions, the guided run will simply stop and stay frozen at a certain time (usually 4’37” when I use it). While it could be written off as a problem deriving from another issue, I have an XS so it definitely shouldn’t be a hardware issue. Like I said, I really like the guided runs, but when they stop 4 minutes in, it gets a little annoying. Otherwise, pretty great app that I would recommend to people just getting into running or seasoned runners looking for an easy way to log runs (and keep track of shoe mileage)!
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  • Aug 1, 2020

    By Heather Smalley
    Love the guided runs! Love coach Bennett! Great way to keep track of all my stats: milage, pace, dates, totals. Creates solid training plans and even adds strength training which most running apps don't have. My one complaint... please track mileage during "rest" intervals!! I run with a second app to keep track of my ACTUAL MILES so I know how many miles are on my shoes. Example: interval run Nike says 2.7 miles, but my actual miles are 4.0 if you include the "rest" in-between intervals.
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  • Jul 12, 2020

    By Ile Roma
    I really like it. You can do small runs with small goals and the guided runs definitely give you encouragement! Only bad thing truly is that sometimes the plans don't really fit my goals but they've been improving. And you kind of have to set the language to your region which is hard since I'm in Taiwan and don't speak Mandarin.
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  • Good but need a little improvement Oct 11, 2018

    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.
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  • Great potential, but held back by bugs and poor audio guides Jul 7, 2019

    By Mhudetz
    I’ve been using this app before it was called Nike Run Club. I love it and it’s part of my daily routine. That being said there are some serious problems with the app that have sprung up. The Facebook cheers feature which many people have actively reported as not working still hasn’t been fixed after years of not working. But that’s not my major problem with the app. The guided runs usually involve this guy called “Nike Global Head Coach Bennet.” I don’t think Nike could have picked a worse person for this job. His voice sounds like a high schooler trying his best to sound like a cool adult, and he is constantly speaking in this strange cadence and trying to deepen his voice to sound more inspirational. He says the most scripted, cheesy, lame uninspiring things completely taking me out of the zone. All this “you’re awesome, you’re already so great, and you’re getting better with every step you take” gets old really fast and is no way to motivate you to get better. If I’m already awesome why am I running? Please Nike, get us a mature, intelligent and charismatic guide to get us through our runs. Something actually inspiring and epic, not this drab, monotone mess. (Sorry Bennet.) You know who was awesome? Eliud. That voice and run was amazing, UNTIL coach Bennet had to come in and say something pointless. Ugh I’m done.
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  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Katharina Berger
    Great app to get into running. Most of the guided runs are really great and motivational. But of late the app does not synchronize the runs anymore (even with wifi connection) and if one tries to reinstall the app the not synchronized runs are gone of course. One could add the runs manually but in such a case the runs won't be counted for the weekly/monthly challenges.
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  • It’s getting better Mar 16, 2018

    By colorpointgfx
    I love running, I believe in what Nike stood for, from its humble beginnings until now. A run is about being just a little bit better then you were the day before, it’s about freedom. About leaving stress, or the things that “bog” you down behind. At least for that little bit of time you’re running. I feel like those statements also hold true for this app. The app is better then it was, and I believe it will continue to be better. In the future however I want to see the interface be more intuitive, less “bogged” down. I want the freedom of what a run feels like to translate into this app. I love the coach runs, I love the podcasts with coach Bennet. I love the challenges. Running is about the individual and as soon as I log Into this app the center of it all should be about me/ the individual. Then secondly: intuitively be more apart of my friends running. One example is, I would like to see their run color, and be more interactive with them (I do like the “cheering on”) and their trophy’s. Also I definitely want to see the run club be more local. Or be able to set up a run club meet locally through the app. I have a love hate relationship with this app, I have a billion ideas for this thing, but totally have faith that they will get it right. That it will be better tomorrow then it is today.
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  • Can’t use My Coach on Apple Watch without lugging phone around on runs Jul 2, 2018

    By GeesMel
    I am very disappointed with my first experiences with Nike+. I just purchased an Apple Watch for the sole purpose of tracking my runs through the MapMyRun app training plans. The Apple Watch didn’t support using the training plans with the watch alone so I decided to give Nike+ a try assuming it would work seamlessly on the Apple Watch given that Nike is even part of the name of the Watch. I’ve been very disappointed. First, moving from MapMyRun to Nike+ means loosing over 1300 miles of runs tracked on MapMyRun. This is super disappointing to have to start brand new with a new app and not be able to transfer past workouts over. Second, I love MapMyRun’s training plan but I was willing to give Nike+ My Coach a try. The feature seems great BUT I cannot use My Coach without bringing my big bulky phone along on runs with me. This is a huge development oversight on the part of Nike. The entire reason I forked out $477 for a Watch was to be able to leave my phone at home. If you are a serious runner you are using My Coach and running at speed a and distances that are not conducive to lugging around a bulky phone with you. For this reason alone I drop my rating of Nike+ from 5 to 3 stars. I’d love to love the app if you corrected these issues.
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  • Jul 11, 2020

    By White Wulfe
    When it works, it seems to work reasonably well. Unfortunately, it regularly will lose info for your distance, which is kind of pointless when work uses the app for a "health month" challenge, and it records the wrong data. Somehow 4.75km on Google Fit is only 0.03km. This makes you feel like the time you've gone and spent to compete with said challenge was absolutely pointless. Also, you have to manually trigger it every time, which really eats up the whole desire to do more, because now it's one more app taking up memory on your phone and doesn't do anything extra that Google Fit already did. Also, if you edit a run to fix the app not tracking your distance, it only updates on your end - if you're using the app because of challenges, fixing the issue DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS CHALLENGES!
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  • Jun 24, 2020

    By Chasity Holt
    I was loving this app until it recently stopped synching my runs to challenges and tracking my distance correctly. I did a 2.85 mile run, yesterday, and it synched to the app but wasn't added to my challenges. I did a 2.5 mile run, today, and it only accounted for 1/2 mile , which is pretty frustrating. I heard of this issue with apple users and I'm an android user, so it seems to be cross-platform. If this can get fixed, I'll definitely change my rating.
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By Valerie Liang
    This app has a lot of glitches. I was running for a few weeks where I ran with my phone settings with battery saver on, and was getting very inaccurate run times (much faster pace). Since then I turned off battery saver and I'm getting much more accurate times, so I tried to edit past runs to reflect my actual pace and actual distances I ran. The app has now double the runs, and it's saying I've run way more miles than I actually have. When I delete them they just pop back up
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  • Improvement Needed. Aug 30, 2018

    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 🙏🏼
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  • Jul 12, 2020

    By Rob Spadacini
    The app was working great until recently. I have my Garmin synced to the app and occasionally listen to a guided run which also tracks my workout. When I'm finished I will delete a run so it does not double count my mileage. Been doing this for a couple years. Now with the latest update it double counts my mileage even after deleting an activity. Come on Nike, fix the app.
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  • Long Distance Runners Beware: Watch App On S2 Is Useless Oct 9, 2017

    By Vince Viloria
    I suppose if you’re a casual runner of shorter distances this app is serviceable. If you’re even slightly more serious, read on. I have an Apple Watch Nike+ S2 and the Watch app is absolutely horrible. Laggy all around. Every swipe takes a second to register, every tap happens a second later. Tapping to start a run takes seconds to actually begin. If you have a run countdown and the countdown does not complete before you drop your wrist the workout will not actually begin. Double tapping the screen during a run is supposed to pause your workout but you have to raise your wrist to wake the screen and then give it a few seconds to update the display before you can do so. Even then it can take a couple of attempts. And last but certainly not least if you finish a long workout (double digit miles) and attempt to save the workout the app crashes. If you restart the app it resumes the workout forcing you to pause the workout (adding time to your workout in the process) and try again. Sometimes it works, sometimes it terminates and saves nothing. Yesterday I lost a 19 mile run. Gone. It’s far from the first time and I’m not going to go through it anymore. I have given this app too many chances over years of it getting worse. I’m embarrassed to have pre-ordered the Apple Watch Nike+ S3. Even when it comes I will absolutely not be giving this app another chance. If you’ve read this far, consider yourself warned.
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By Andrea Di Tonto
    It has been getting worse and worse with every update since the disaster upgrade when they changed everything a few years back! Gone all the good features, in useless ones. Also tracking accuracy has become worse and worse. The "motivating" voices after your runs are so demotivating, not everyone likes American awesomeness and high fives! And finally, receiving a notification on your phone because Nike released some new shoe? pure spam! Only reason I kept using it is because of historical data, but I gladly paid for the full version of SyncMyTracks and was able to download all history and move to another tracking app. FREE AT LEAST!
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  • STILL, YES, STILL GARBAGE Mar 12, 2020

    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.
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  • Jul 12, 2020

    By prakhar kureel
    Hello, I am Prakhar kureel I am a user of NRC and NTC since 2018. Yeah it's been two more than two and a half years i am using this app and it was really good . The only and I think it's a huge problem that gps is not working correctly . I might think that it not get linked to the app software correctly. I am having issues in this. The gps tracks the distance but, the app is not showing it. It definately count the distance by gps but it is not showing the track coverd during the run.
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  • May 28, 2020

    By Andy Lona
    While the interface and overall features of the app are great, especially when comparing runs. The fact that the NRC app absolutely cannot sync with my Google fit app is infuriating. I can't keep running with my phone on me, that's why I have a fitness tracker. It's fine that it's not supported by the NRC, but that means the integration with Google Fit should be seamless, but it straight doesn't work. If NRC can't sync with Google fit, then I don't have any other reason to use the app.
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