Now that watchOS 7 can be acquired alongside new Apple Watches, Nike is updating its Run Club app – and it’s very good news if you’ve ever needed motivation to slide on your jogging shoes. The updated Apple Watch app brings a fresh interface that provides “streaks” for running on consecutive weeks. Once every week you only have to run, but it may be the incentive you should lace up when you’d otherwise take a seat on the couch.
You’ll get a better interface mid-run also. You’ll now see your average pace and cadence to greatly help enhance your technique. An equally new Twilight Mode (below) enables you to more visible during morning hours and nighttime runs. That could be particularly important if you either don’t have a reflective Nike Sport Loop or want a thing that doesn’t require external light to warn others.
The app promises “fresh” content and art for the quick start button also, Guided Runs along with other watch face complications.
This could possibly be a significant update. While Nike Run Club offered badges and encouragement from your own friends already, this promotes a normal schedule regardless of what your fellow runners are doing. That, subsequently, could help stick to workout goals and turn running into more of a habit.