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Track your running shoe usage with Shoedometer, the running shoe tracker, and odometer!

Shoedometer allows you to easily keep track of how many miles (or kilometers) you put on your shoes, and warns you when they need replacement!

• Easy to use
• Track one or multiple pairs of shoes
• Use miles or kilometers

Experts recommend replacing running shoes between 250 and 500 miles depending on your running style, body weight, and type of training.

Shoedometer running shoe tracker works with one pair of shoes or several pairs of shoes, and features a functional odometer to display the current distance on your shoes.

To add new runs simply push the green button next to the odometer. As you get closer to your shoe replacement distance the button also serves as a visual indicator, changing first to yellow and then finally to red when your shoes need replacement.

Shoedometer can track distance in either miles or kilometers. And it intelligently converts distances to your preferred units. For example, if your preference is to keep track of shoe mileage and you run a 5K race -- you can enter the distance as 5 kilometers. Shoedometer will automatically convert it to miles and add it to the odometer.

What's New

Version 1.5.2

After communicating with many people via email I've decided to roll back to the pre-v1.5.0 version of Shoedometer.

Thank you for your patience.

I will continue to make minor enhancements but will keep the layout of the main screen mostly unchanged.

If there were any features of version 1.5.0 that you particularly liked or if you experience any issues please contact me directly: shoedometer@gmail.com.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5

53 Ratings

53 Ratings

I'd give it a 5 but...


Let's start by saying this is a FREE app. It's pretty good at what is says it will do, track the mileage on your shoes. And it's simple. Add a date, at a mileage and you're done. However the is at least one bug I'd like to see fixed. When you enter a date, whether same day, or a previous run you forgot to enter, you have to enter the date twice for it to register. That is a bit frustrating. You should be able to scroll through the dates, select it once and be done with it. Some other features that would be nice to have would be editing of shoes and possibly dates. Once you enter something it's locked up tight. Another nice feature would be connectivity to other apps. Right now they have Garmin connect, but it would be nice to use Runkeeper or a mapmyrun. Overall, really good free app.


Levo Dextro

The idea behind this app -- tracking shoe usage is great. The implementation is awful. When you enter a run manually an odometer appears on the screen that tallies off the miles, tenth by tenth. It has nothing to do with gps or anything like that. It is purely cosmetic. It pretends to be clicking off the miles, but there is absolutely no function to it. You don't need miles ticked off. If you ran 6 miles in you shoes you just need to enter 6 miles as a sum. And, this ticking off the tenths to get up to your mileage is UNBELIEVABLY SLOW.

Who cares?, you say. After all, you don't have to watch some stupid pretend odometer ticking off the miles you just ran. Yes you do. The function does not run when you don't have focus on the app, so if you just go away and do other things, the odometer continues counting up the tenths EXACTLY where it left off the day before. It's kind of like a nightmare.

I used the app for about a week and then deleted it.

Needs work

Picky gamer N

(Hint to others: I switched to ShoeCycle app a few weeks ago and am much happier now.)

Shoedometer review: I had no trouble entering more than one pair of shoes - and I like the photo feature - but couldn't figure out how to track more than one simultaneously. Now it shows the photo of my new shoes with the mileage of my previous ones. I can't figure out where to select the new shoes for actual mileage tracking. All that happens is that it takes me back to the edit mode.

Also, I agree with other reviewers. The odometer ticking function that occurs when I enter the distance manually is tedious and unnecessary. (Hint: You can still call it shoedometer but please eliminate the miles ticking slowly a tenth at a time.) I don't use a Garmin so I had to use the manual entry feature. This app went in the trash. Sorry.


Ultabit, LLC
2 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2011 Steven Boynes


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