Nike+ Running App for Apple Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Apple unveiled a slew of details surrounding their Apple Watch earlier this week, and Nike saw this as the perfect time to announce their first app for the upcoming wearable – the Nike+ Running app.

An app designed to be a runner’s right hand man, it will let users access distance, duration and pace. Basically all of the functions you know and love from the current Nike+ Running app, but built to seamlessly work with your Apple Watch. Users will have the ability to cheer on their friends, and using the Glance feature you’ll also be able to view the entire Nike+ leaderboard, seeing where you stand amongst the competition. To keep you motivating during your workout sessions, the app will also let you play music using Bluetooth-enabled wireless headphones. The Apple Watch will officially release on April 24th. [Purchase]

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