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Run, walk, or jog your way to better health! The Pedometer application will help you lose weight and stay healthy as it tracks your steps, distance traveled, and calories burned – all conveniently from your iPhone or iPod touch. A built-in stopwatch mode allows you to time your training sessions while it counts laps, distance, calories, and speed. Supports music playback, so you can listen while you exercise.

Adjustable sensitivity and automatic calibration allows for accuracy whether walking, jogging, or running, and multiple position settings ensure that your steps are counted whether you carry your iPhone in your pocket, belt, on your arm, or in your hand!

Keeps a history of your daily totals and timed runs.

Automatic screen dimming saves battery life while continuing to count your steps, and our locking mechanism prevents accidental button pressing while in your pocket.

Supports both English and Metric units.

Now with GPS support for even better distance tracking! Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What's New

Version 3.6

64 bit architecture support.

Ratings and Reviews

Timer shuts down


Great app unless a phone call comes in. Great app as long as you don’t leave the screen. Great app unless your display time is set to anything but never. App will not function behind any other screens. Stops dead. You need to restart timer each time. Really? Seems easy for developers to readjust. Would even pay for function!

This app is a joke.

riddly walker


inconsistent at best


I am experiencing wide variations in step counts at the same settings. At the default setting it is ranging from 5% to as much as 20% over the actual step count. This may get better as I adjust sensitivity, however, some additional comments. The milage appears to be calculated by step count. Assuming this is the case, you need to be able to input stride length in order to calcuate acurate milage & speed, even assuming you can get the step count correct. I make these assumption based on my observations walking the same route. That is, if I get a higher step count, I get higher milage for the same route (so it is not, apparently using GPS). That said, the numbers in the picture above fly in the face of this assumption. To get 1.42 mile in 1600 odd steps, as in the illustration, you'd need almost a 60" stride. That in itself, is a pretty poor illustration of likely accuracy. In reality, I have found the milage to be more accurate than the step count, therefore probably calibrated a bit low for my stride. In addition, somewhere, if only on the support site, it would be nice to see an indication of which direction to adjust the slider to increase/decrease sensitivity. I realize that this can be figured out by rote, but for the sake of completeness....


Luminant Software, Inc
2.4 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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