Not sure if this is the best place for it...I looked but did not see a section for running apps...but my question is, what is the best running app for an iPhone? I beleive there are a ton of choices but wanted to see if anyone had an opinion. I have seen RunKeeper, MapMyRun, Strava, Nike, etc but all of them seem to have a lot to them. I just want a simple app that let's me get going and then tracks my routes, totals, etc. I saw the app Go!! (www.gofordistance.com) that seems simple but didn't know if anyone had experience with it? I would love something that allows me to review my runs on the iPad too. Any recommendations on a good app?
I'm sure they all have pros and cons. I really like endomondo, which is available for multiple phone platforms, including iPhone. They have a really good free version of their app. I use the paid version, but it doesn't really even add that much to the free app.
All training runs with Endomondo are posted to endomondo.com and you can review them from any web browser. I'm pretty sure that's normal with most running apps. There's a link to my endomondo page on my signature line. You can check it out to see what it provides.
2011 - C25K Graduate!!! (9/17/2011)
2011 - BridgeTo10K - W3 Slacker!
2012 - Started over but didn't finish the C25K program (MAJOR SLACKER!)
2013 - C25K Graduate Again!!! (NEVER GIVE UP!)
2013/9/20 - REV3 Glow Run Branson - Wasn't chip timed but finished in roughly 38 min.
2013 - December 4th - Began 1/2 Marathon Training
2014/3/10 - Kiss Me, I'm Irish 10K - 1:23:32.9 (PR! It counts even if it's my only 10K)
I've been using Runkeeper for about 3-4 years(?) on both an iPhone and an Android, started out with the free version, and then splurged $9.99 for the "Pro' version. While it could do a lot, like you I just want it to track my runs, time, and routes. I do however find it helpful that it also tracks my splits, vertical climbs (helpful when training for something that has hills), and heart rate. It does more, but I can't be bothered with it... Like any GPS, heads-up that sometimes location errors will happen (signals bouncing off of buildings and so on); sometimes that will really screw up your distance measurements, but fortunately it does not happen very often.