07 Jan '15, 11pm

"The Sony Smartwatch 3: A Runner's Perspective (Updated: 1/5/2015)"

After using RunKeeper on my smartwatch for a few days, I've found that the activity sync between the watch and the phone app to be finicky at best and broken at worst. The app on the watch itself is great. It keeps great track of pace and distance when in offline mode. When the watch reconnects and attempts to sync the activity, I've found it does not always work and sometimes it works halfway and then stops. I can grab the statistics from the watch and manually input into RunKeeper before dismissing. I've opened a request with RunKeeper to address this, however, at the time of this writing, it's a big, big bummer and I feel like I'm back to having no good option for keeping track of my runs.

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