Nike+ Run Club App Gains Support for Siri Suggestions and New Complications

Nike today updated its popular Nike+ Run Club app to add several new features to support recent Apple hardware and software updates.

The Nike+ Run Club app now support Siri Suggestions, allowing Siri to suggest ideal times for a run based on run history. Siri Suggestions can be enabled by going to Settings > Siri & Search > Nike Run Club.

On the Apple Watch, the Nike+ Run Club app now offers complications that are designed to be used with the Infograph watch faces on the Apple Watch Series 4 models.

Nike recommends using the Apple Watch app on the iPhone to add and customize the new Nike Run Club complications.

Nike+ Run Club can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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5 weeks ago
Nike can continue to dress up the NRC app all it wants, but the performance is still garbage. After logging 30,000 miles with Nike+ since 2010, I've finally given up on trying to get the app to work properly on my Nike+ version of the Apple Watch. So disappointed, as Nike+ was a great motivational tool when it worked properly. Sadly, that hasn't been the case for the past two years.
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5 weeks ago
Since Nike+ Run Club does not support HealthKit lap times for single miles/kilometers and does not save the GPS log to the HK activity, I'm not using it anymore. It's crap, if it does not support the full range of HK features...
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5 weeks ago
I wonder if these complications are only for the Nike+ version of the watch. They certainly don’t show up on my S4..
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5 weeks ago
NRC doesn’t sync all data (maps in particular) to Health nor can you do any coaching sessions without the iPhone - even with a cellular Watch. Not good enough.
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5 weeks ago
Quickest way for me to tell Siri to go f itself is for it to tell me when it "thinks" I should go for a run.....

No thank you Nike. This and you dropped the website interface for run logs/routes?

Your advertising says I should believe in something.

I believe the Apple workout app is just fine. Bye NRC.
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