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RunKeeper for iOS now tracks your runs in the background thanks to M7 support

07
Nov
2013

When Apple introduced the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5S it presented the addition as a boon for fitness apps, and RunKeeper is releasing an update to take advantage of its capabilities. With a new feature dubbed Pocket Track, RunKeeper will now be able to track walking activity without needing to be triggered by the user.

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