This is one of the more ingenious apps on this list. It is very popular for good reason. It is an app that’s not the easiest to describe. I’ll just say this-it and mess around with downloading, you will not be disappointed!
http://www.romplr.com/ Once you are finished, hit the stop button labeled “End Workout.” You now have the option to either save your workout or discard. If you choose to save the workout, it keeps the history on the Cardiac Trainer website. You have your own personal URL you can visit on the Cardiac Trainer website, and this is available under the Settings icon. Your track gets saved and you can see a high-level view of where you’ve been. On the right-hand side, it displays more details such as time, distance, your pace and the number of calories you burned.