Being one of the well-known measurement technology and social platform for runners, it is needless to say thatNike+ is very popular among tech-savvy runners. However, the Nike+ technology are limited to Apple products (outside of individual Nike+ products, that is) such as iPod Nano, iPod Touch and iPhone…until today.
The global sportswear giant has now extended its Nike+ technology to Android-based devices with the newNike+ Running App for Android. Available for free at Google Play, the new app offers runners with Android devices all the goodness of Nike+ that Apple users have been enjoying for quite some time such as tracking their runs with smartphones, sharing the stats on Twitter or Facebook, comparing their stats with fellow Nike+ users and more.
Meanwhile, Nike has also refreshed the iOS version of the app – formerly known as Nike+ GPS – with the new UI that reflects the platform’s newly redesigned web interface at NikePlus.com. The new Nike+ Running App for iOS is now available for free and can be downloaded in iTunes.