Runkeeper will get Spotify playlist integration for super-powered workouts
Fitness apps have walked hands-in-hands with music services since Nike first offered users use of their iTunes playlists around the first iPhones.
Now two of the largest apps in every sector have became a member of forces to be able to bring exercise and music underneath the same umbrella.
Because of an iOS application update released on Thursday, Runkeeper application users are now able to access their Spotify playlists from the fitness tracker application.
The combination for Spotify Premium subscribers could be enabled by connecting the 2 services within the ‘Apps, Services & Devices’ portion of the Settings tab.
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Playlists will appear inside the music portion of the application, enabling users to savor both services without switching between apps while on a lengthy run. Spotify can also be serving up custom-built workout playlists users can choose inside the Runkeeper application.
On its blog (via Engadget), Runkeeper states the combination solutions its most often requested feature in the last couple of years.
Spotify continues to be accumulating the partnerships now with Misfit announcing its Flash tracker will end up a handheld remote control for Spotify playlists.
The new sony also announced it might be shuttering its Music Limitless service towards a Spotify application on its Ps 4 consoles.