RunnerShoe helps runners in training keep track of the mileage on their
- Easy to use controls
- Allows the tracking of 3 pairs of shoes
- Color coded system alerts user of increasing mileage
As you run, the miles add up and the ability of the shoe to provide support breaks down. Runners are advised not to train more than 500 miles in a single pair of running shoes.
The RunnerShoe Application will help you keep track of how many miles you run and the wear on your shoes.
As the mileage increases from 0-500 miles, the display of cumulative miles input will change from Green to Yellow, Orange and finally Red.
This simple system alerts you that the time to get a new pair of shoes is approaching.
Don't guess how old your shoes are, or, how many miles you have run.
Know for sure!
Input the name of your running shoes in plain English. For example: "Noah's Yellow Sneakers" or "My Blue Ones".
Next, input the date that you first ran in them. You can input the date in plain English as well.
Each time you return from a run, input the number of miles completed in the field provided and tap the "add" button. To subtract mileage, enter a negative number.
Reset the miles input when your shoes are replaced with a new pair and start over.
Cycle through the page for each individual pair of shoes by swiping your finger across the screen, or touching the page indication dot at the bottom.