About: Track your run, including the route (shown on a map), distance, pace, time, calories burned, and it even shows your elevation. The display is clear and easy to read, and the map can be viewed by streets, by satellite (with actual photos of the aerial view of your route), or a hybrid of both. While you move, you can see the little blue trail you make on the map, which not only shows your progress, but also prevents you from getting lost.
Another unique feature is the camera icon in the upper right corner — just tap it and take a photo while on your run. After your run is completed, if you tap "Route" on the bottom, you can get all the stats for your workout including time, distance, speed, calories burned, and it also shows you a drawing of your route and the photos you've taken. If you're into Twitter and Facebook, you can have your workouts auto-posted. Your run is also charted on the monthly calendar, and after several workouts, all those little green stars are a motivational little pat on the back. The one downfall to this app is that although you can listen to your playlists in the background, you have to toggle between the two apps in order to adjust your tunes.