Map My Run by Under Armour FULL


MapMyRun tracks the route, distance, pace, and more in real-time using GPS.
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Whether you’re just starting your fitness journey or are a seasoned runner, this app has what you need to stay on track and motivated to hit your goals. Get customizable Training Plans, personalized coaching tips to make running feel easier, and an inspiring community of over 60 million athletes all supporting your shared commitment to health and fitness.

Stay active, no matter where you are, with these free Healthy at Home resources designed for at-home fitness:

– Workout Routine – Mix it up with a collection of workouts designed by UA Performance Specialists that require minimal equipment.
– Training Plan – Train smarter with a custom running plan fit for your exact running level and goals.
– Healthy At Home Challenge – Even though we may not be physically together, we all have the same goal: to stay healthy and to keep others healthy, too. Join the Healthy at Home challenge and log 12 workouts in 30 days! Under Armour will donate up to $1 million to support Good Sports’ efforts in ensuring youth sports leagues have necessary equipment.


– HOVR™ Infinite named one of the Best Wearable Tech of 2019 by Outside Magazine
– Get Under Armour connected shoes and get more
– advanced running metrics like stride length, foot strike angle, and ground contact time,
– running form coaching to improve your run
– 1-year of free premium
– Sync with the latest apps and most wearables: Google Fit, Android Wear, Garmin, Fitbit, Suunto, etc.
– Get visual, haptic, and audio progress updates in real-time
– import data to further analyze your workouts
– Take control of nutrition by connecting with MyFitnessPal for a comprehensive look at your calorie intake and burn.


– Largest selection of activities (over 600!): running, cycling, walking, gym workouts, cross training, yoga, etc.
– Real-time audio coaching for common stats like pace, distance, and duration on your runs.
– Routes – find nearby places to run, save your favorite paths, add new ones, and share with others.


– Activity Feed – find friends and other athletes to motivate you.
– Share workouts on your favorite social networks.
– Join Challenges – compete with others, climb the leaderboard, and win awesome prizes.


– Live Tracking – share your real-time running location, give loved ones peace of mind.
– Personalized Training Plans – adapt dynamically to your fitness level, reach weight loss or running goals safely and effectively
– Audio Coaching – Set your run goal for pace, cadence, distance, duration, calories, and more.

If you upgrade to a Premium MVP subscription, payment will be charged to your Google Play account at confirmation of purchase. The monthly subscription costs USD 5.99 per month, while the yearly subscription costs USD 29.99 per year, or USD 2.50 per month. Your subscription renews automatically unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. There is no increase in cost when renewing.

Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings under ‘Subscriptions’ in the Google Play Store after purchase. Once purchased, the current period cannot be canceled. Any unused portion of a free trial period is forfeited if you choose to purchase a premium subscription to MVP.

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Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.


In this release:

We've made a few minor improvements for a better workout experience.


40 comentarios en "Map My Run by Under Armour FULL"

  1. Awesome Exercise and Workout Experience and this App worked perfectly and logged in every detail of the session. Absolutely flawless interface and so user friendly that a 3 yr old who wouldn’t understand the concept, would at the very least be able to make it work! 5***** App and beautifully laid out design to go with its exceptional functionality!!!

  2. Had the app for ~5 years. Before I would have given it 4-5 stars. However over the last ~half a year, I’ve had multiple issues (audio reporting my average pace as ‘not moving’ on multiple runs, not allowing me to upload photos to some workouts, having to exit the app in order to save a workout, etc.). The problems resolve themselves eventually, but then new problems arise. I have traditionally loved the app, but the recent frequency of bugs has made it frustrating to use at times.

  3. Dave N dice:

    I have been using this app for years and it has been great. My only gripe is that on my Samsung Watch 4 it is frustrating to pause and end my runs. It is very easy to start a run on the watch since there is a large start button in the middle of the screen but to stop it, you have to tap the top of the screen just right in order to see the pause button but it either disappears too quickly or a tap would pull down the settings drawer on the watch. Probably better if it were at the bottom.

  4. Kashyap B dice:

    This app completely changes the way you run. I consider myself as an intermediate runner who can put in close to half hour of running at 13:00 pace with me being close to death at the end of the run. After the shoes and the app came in I was able to do the same run with ease and I feel like I can do the double the duration with ease. It helps you to keep the posture up right, your foot striking angle, your stride length and what not!

  5. I’ve used this app for years and it has been mostly reliable. I just upgraded my phone- huge difference in performance with this app! My only complaint is that it doesn’t want to start recording if I am not in an area with cell service. As I mainly use this for hiking, that creates issues.

  6. RC Cola dice:

    Big problems with the accuracy of speed & distance now. Now it’s not saving runs. This is frustrating because I have multiple pairs of shoes with Bluetooth sensors. I tried calibrating them by running on different treadmills & uninstalling/re-installing the app. None of the troubleshooting resolved the problems. This used to be a decent app.

  7. I used to love this app… since getting a Samsung watch 4 I’ve realized the app is not very usable with the Wearable. I am almost completely unable to pause/resume progress during runs because the wearer must down swipe to do so, and downswipe opens the quickstart menu. It’s heartbreaking having to switch apps but it’s so poorly adapted to Wearables that I don’t really have a choice.

  8. TTBLNK dice:

    Half marathon training plan is buggy. Once you’ve completed a specific workout, you’ll see your actual stats, but planned workouts are out of whack. Also, once you’ve created a plan there’s no way to change start and end dates – if that’s needed, you will have to delete the plan and start over from scratch. A walk-run-walk half marathon training plan would be a good addition. Last but not least, I’ve been using the app since 2015 and it’s really a hassle to find old workouts-search option pls!

  9. Good for tracking workouts! Only issue is that sometimes it doesn’t sync my workout distance (even when it says all of my workouts have been saved) with my challenges, meaning that sometimes I don’t “complete” the challenges even though I have actually gone the full distance and met the requirements.

  10. I agree with the other commenters that this used to be a decent app. Now the distance and the mapping is inaccurate. the quality of the mapping almost demands that you try another running app. Very disappointing. Many of my friends have given up on it. used to be a 9, now it’s a one. So frustrating to see your morning run of 5k turned into two straight lines.

  11. Chris dice:

    One of the better apps for treadmill running, since I can keep things like heart rate data but adjust miles to match my treadmill. But WHY is it so hard to end a workout on a Galaxy watch? You have to swipe down from the top, but that brings down quick settings on my watch instead. It takes me several tries just to end a workout. Any help with that?

  12. Bad audio level during workouts; voice feedback doesn’t balance with music and no way to adjust. Some voice feedback (like “split base”) doesn’t match the interval. Can’t tell when an interval starts or ends (before, after, or during a voice prompt?). Need to carry phone on runs; can’t control MVP subscription training runs from Gear S3 wearable. Nice dynamic plan workouts though.

  13. Great app to track a run. User interface is straightforward. Docked one star due to the continual push for full UnderArmour integration. I like the cycling app as well but you need to purchase either tracking UA shoes or pay for their premium service to get the “full” app that tracks whatever else a phone app can track. It’s unnecessary in my opinion and can’t seem to shut off the extra steps of turning down the “upgrades.”

  14. I use this free app for basic workouts – cycling, running, walking, kayaking. For tracking distance and logging workouts to keep track of progress, it works great. If you want more detailed info, likely you’ll have to buy into this app or another similar app. While using this app, I simultaneously stream music. It does not interfere. On the mile, the Map My Run app will break in for an instant to notify you of your current distance and split time. Works great.

  15. It seems more reliable than earlier versions. I like the fact that it stores my earlier workouts. The gps is not as accurate, as I would hope. Same workout each time, but distance changes by a tenth of a mile over 8 miles. Just adding to my previous review. Current version seems more stable without dropping from my phone. I like the mile split voice statistics. This app is my go to app for my bike riding. I trust it and it keeps track of all my workouts for a good review showing my progress

  16. This app just keeps getting crappier and less reliable. Since the last update, it takes forever to process an activity. Why can’t it auto save activity? Why do I have to click 3 buttons to save an activity? It really sucks to be half way through a run and realize it wasn’t mapping. The challenges have kept me as a user but I’ll probably delete after this year’s best the year challenge.

  17. Andy Hill dice:

    While an open-air track with no trees, buildings, or clouds fort miles, might give an accurate reading, I have countless runs that show me starting in one location, finishing well over a mile away from my start point, calculating different distances on the same exact trail twin days in a row, and frankly, making my runs more disappointing than fulfilling. Granted, I am a trail runner and deal with trees, hills, etc… But at least track the same distance on the same trail two days in a row.

  18. Eric dice:

    Please fix the interface on the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. As others have noted, it’s not possible to easily pause and end a workout. If anyone at UA actually tried using the app on a Galaxy Watch 4 Classic they would see the issue. You cannot swipe from top down without pulling up the watch menu display. Please help! I also discovered that my wife’s older galaxy watch (5 years old) has a much better interface for map my run. She can enter target goals such as pace, mileage, and time and mine cant

  19. This is the app I use to track my hikes, snowshoe and x-c ski outings. it’s accurate and reliable. The best of any app I have tried. UPDATE 9/7/2022: This app has suddenly become nearly impossible to when I want to save my results. It gets caught in a “save” loop and takes forever to save and sometimes never finishes saving the route and info. UPDATE: 9/9/2022 I uninstallsd the app and reinstalled it and it is working fine after reinstall.

  20. The interface is clunky and challenges are lacking when compared to Endomondo which Under Armour scuttled in favor of MMR. Lacks a lot of features: When logging a workout, it doesn’t keep my most frequently used types of workouts at the top, and doesn’t let me input the start time of my workout, so if I just finished a workout and log it, it saves the start time as my finish time, essentially. During a run, it won’t display the average pace of that lap.

  21. Tackles dice:

    It maps my runs. And not much else. The calculated pace in weekly recap is wildly wrong, and way too low. Calorie burn for past workouts is virtually impossible to find. Calorie burns over 1000 dont show the full number. Doing a U-turn during a run confuses the app and crashes your recorded pace to an incorrectly very slow pace. No option for training with added weight like a vest. No ability to see monthly, quarterly or custom recaps. Very basic app. I will probably switch soon.

  22. I’m not sure the pace recordings are accurate. They vary from online pace calculators, which are consistent with each other. For one run, the app recorded my pace as ‘8:65’. Previously, it was a different number, but it changed to that. I don’t know if it was a bad update or bug, but it is annoying to run all my times through online calculators to get the actual pace. I think the app is displaying the seconds part of the pace as percentages.

  23. Was very easy to use. Could deactivate my screen and it would continue tracking. Distance ran was within .1 miles of what google calculated. Not confident in the google calculation. The app gave me total time, speed of the run, approximate calories burned, and tracked my route on the map. I can even go back and review the data. Going to buy an arm band for holding my phone. App asks you to deactivate battery saving mode. I figure its not a problem, but just remember to turn it back on.

  24. I like this app. Saving the workout afterwards is a little awkward, and sometimes I’ll start a new workout when I mean to save the one I just finished. That needs to be cleaned up. Also – after I change the workout type (e.g., dog-walk to/from run) – I wish that was s single y’all and make the change rather than having to hit the done button and the go back to the start workout fragment.

  25. Great app for tracking workouts. Supports a wide range of activities. Distance, pace, and elevation are accurate. Can download every single saved workout from the website. Two downsides: 1. The app prompts the user to confrim email every time the app is opened. 2. The app will wait for a server connection when opening. Meaning, if the signal is weak or non-exsistent, such as when hiking, the app will take a long time to open.

  26. K Mc dice:

    It works awesome most of the time. It is very informative. It gives you a map of your route, time you are running, distance, cadence, heart rate, mile splits, ect. But…there are those few times (though rare) that it seizes up and stops working in the middle of your run. It saves the info it has gathered but doesn’t track the rest. That is very annoying (which is why there are 4 instead of 5 stars). Thankfully as I said, it does not happen often.

  27. I like the app in general. I’m using the free version and it gives me good information and appears accurate. My only complaint is that when doing workouts ( I have been doing the 10k workout) it dosen’t tell me when to change pace during interval workouts. I have to memorize the times when to change pace. It also doesn’t say when the specific workout has ended.

  28. Syncs with Calorie tracking app by the same company. Distance tracking doesn’t work very well when offline. But that makes sense because GPS needed. I like all the update settings: Tells me the pacing, distance, time, and time of day after a specified distance interval. This means I can run half mile increments for a certain amount of time. Helps me be flexible with my workouts when I need to get a lot done with school, work, or just cleaning up around the house. Also syncs with your smartwatch

  29. The app works ok as a workout log. Not so well as a tracker. Sometimes it will stop tracking for no apparent reason. Notification system doesn’t work well. Notifications are sporadic or nonexistent. Tech support is minimal. 12/10/19 After using for a few years now this app has not gotten any better. Even with paid services it doesn’t do what it advertises. About the only thing that works is the log. Tracking quit working a couple of upgrades ago. Looking for an app that actually tracks.

  30. I am very pleased with this app. The GPS tracking gives me an accurate map of where I’ve ran, and I love that it informs me everytime I’ve completed another mile. The only thing I would change is the speed at which the workout pauses, I feel like it lags whenever I pause the workout and won’t pause for another 30 seconds (although that could just be a problem with my phone)

  31. This app used to be perfect. The intent and functionality are exactly what I wanted from a run tracking app and more. However, a few months ago, it stopped working with my phone. I can still use the app, but when I hit start from my phone or smart watch app, it starts the timer but doesn’t track my distance, so I’m left with a pretty stopwatch and a 0 distance. I’ve tried adjusting my settings on my phone and watch and the app, updating the apps, and finally reinstalling to no avail. If I ever get that worked out, this app is absolutely a 5 star app.

  32. The most important reality here is that map my run is accurate. The distance calculations are perfect, as calculated by maps and my car speedometer, but mostly accurate maps. Other running apps often are off by a few tenths of a mile and that drives me crazy. Also, this app provides a good bit of detail, customizable voice cues, and yet not so much as to be overwhelming. I consider it the best overall running app around and I have been using it for five or six years and have tried many.

  33. Great app. I use it for rucking instead of running. Does a great job either way. App has never failed mid workout. I start it when I step off and put it in the ruck. It gives me pace and distance traveled at each mile mark through my headset. I don’t have to think about it again until I finish the workout, pull my phone out of the ruck and tell it I’m done. It tracks the route, distance pace and gives me a chance to log some comments on the workout and a pic if I choose to.

  34. Here’s what I want from an app like this. Load it, push a button, have it record my run and then push a button when it’s done. What I don’t want: Having it ask me to upgrade ad nauseam. Having it ask me to log in over and over and over and over and over again. Having it ask me “how my run was.” Having me go through half a dozen screens to just record the damned run. Constantly “updating” and changing so that doing the most basic function is always a nuisance. Mixing up the screens with a bunch of nonsense I don’t want. Just track my run. That’s all I want from you.

  35. This is the *only* running tracking necessary for me. This app doesnt necessarily let you click and create routes (you do that on the website), but it does allow you to save routes you’ve just run, as well as see routes others have run in your area. In addition, the app offers live coaching, so it can tell you once you’ve completed the next split, what your average pace was, etc. I love that it is all customizable, and it makes running more fun!

  36. Went to this app after Endomondo was retired. Frankly, Endomondo was better. I liked it’s simplicity I was getting better at using it. Now on MMR. I dislike the pause button on the screen with the running stats and route. It’s too easy to pause at the slightest touch. I’ve had it go on pause in the middle of a run. Then when I check it during a run it shows that the timer stopped. Very annoying and inconvenient. Good thing I back up with my Fitbit. Do something about that pause button .

  37. I’ve been using map my run on and off for years and love it! Simple. Tells you how far, time, and estimated times and distance based on those stats, all along with mapping where you went. Which is nice when you run outside and like to switch up your routes. I don’t really use any additional features past that. I once used the interval feature a couple years ago and liked it as well. Overall a great app, would recommend.

  38. Very user friendly interface. Varying levels of built in assistance; whether you just want to open the app and start running with the press of a button, or want to create and track a complex series of workouts. The biggest benefit to me personally, this is the only running app I have found that works accurately in the Middle East. While deployed to Iraq, this app kept me going, accurately measuring distances and pace.

  39. For the most part, I’m pleased with the app. My main complaint is about how you can’t fix data before you save a workout. You have to save it with incorrect data then go edit the just saved workout. The problem with this is that when it’s syncing with other apps, the only thing that is synced is the incorrect data that was saved first.

  40. Great app! Can’t really say much else, does everything I need it to do. Measures distance and keeps you updated with average pace per mile and calories burned. Has split screen option to keep other apps open at the same time which is convenient because I like to keep it open with Apple Music so I can keep an eye on my time and change music easily. Highly recommend this app

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