Nike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, More

Nike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, More

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The Nike+ Run Club app has received a big update that brings new features for watchOS 3, support for Apple Music, a new run summary screen, and much more.

Nike+ Run Club gives you everything you need to run better and more often—including GPS tracking details of your run, customised coaching plans that fit your goals and adapt to your progress, and non-stop motivation from your friends. In short: We'll help you reach your goals and have more fun getting there.

Nike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, MoreNike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, MoreNike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, More

What's New In This Version:
We're listening to your feedback and constantly improving.
-Fix for pause and resume when returning to app
-Fix for pausing run while music buffers
- Runs will now sync to Apple Health app
- Preferences will now be retained after upgrade
- Fixed a bug saving runs ended on Apple Watch
- Fixed a bug checking off Nike+ Coach runs in your plan
- Fixed a bug stopping runs from watch when your phone is locked

Improvements:
- Newly designed run summary screen makes viewing your map and run metrics easier
- Revised post-run sharing flow makes it easier to share to your favourite social networks
- Introducing support for Apple Music. You can now stream your Apple Music as well as the Nike+ Run Club custom playlists directly from the app.

New features for Apple Watch OS3 users:
- Bold display of your running metrics at a glance
- Hear audio read-outs right from your watch
- Smart invitations to run, personalised for you
- Schedule run reminders to keep you motivated
- Start, Pause, Resume and End your run with Siri

Nike+ Run Club takes advantage of the latest Apple Watch features, across all generations of hardware. Apple Watch Series 2 and Apple Watch Nike+ watches will fully track your route using GPS—whether you run with your phone or not.

You can download Nike+ Run Club from the App Store for free. Apple launches the Apple Watch Nike+ on October 28th.

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Nike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, MoreNike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, MoreNike+ Run Club Gets New Features for watchOS 3, Support for Apple Music, More
itanium - October 27, 2016 at 10:16pm
the first (published) 3rd party apps that supports Apple Watch 2's GPS functionality?
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