From Fellrnr.com, Running tips
- The social side of runkeeper seems far less effective than other sites such as Dailymile or Fitocracy.
- Runkeeper has much better privacy settings than Dailymile, where all data is public. See below for a screenshot of the Runkeeper privacy settings, which includes the ability to make your general run data public (distance, pace), but keep the route private.
- There is no leaderboard or way of tracking and finding other runners.
- Runkeeper will automatically update Fleetly.com and you can import workouts from Runkeeper into Fitocracy.
- Runkeeper does have some good analytics, but many of the reports require the paid membership.
- A minor concern is the limits on how much text, and the formatting of the text, that is attached to a workout. This limits you to trivial comments, which devalues the purpose of the site.