Review: Nike+ GPS for iPhone
Posted on September 7, 2010 by eli courey
Engadget has reviewed Nike’s new iPhone app, Nike+ GPS. This run-tracking app cost $1.99 and is available in the App Store. This Nike+ app does not require special Nike shoes with the sensor, it uses the iPhone’s GPS instead.
Nike’s dalliances with technology should be familiar to our readers by now, with the crowning jewel of course being the Nike+ run-tracking software that pairs a shoe-mounted sensor with your iPhone or iPod. Well, it was. The gargantuan sportswear company is moving with the times and throwing the hardware away with the introduction of its all-new Nike+ GPS application. No longer restricting our running shoe choice is groovy, but the app itself has the even loftier aim of simultaneously acting as your fitness guru, motivator and record keeper. And all it asks in return is access to the accelerometer and GPS modules in your iOS 4-equipped iPhone or iPod touch. So, let’s see how this baby runs, shall we?
Read the entire review here.