Newsbrief by Andrew Kameka on Thursday February 07, 2013.
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Following the lead of the RunKeeper iPhone app that revamped the interface and introduced new features in December, RunKeeper has updated its Android app to have a similar design overhaul. RunKeeper now embraces the Holo UI conventions of Android, shows pace per mile/kilometre, includes audio cues and reminders to workout, and has a new "Me" tab to track progress or personal records. The app is available for free and compatible with Android 2.2 or later.Phandroid