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3.5
54 ratings

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  2. 4
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  3. 3
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Cameron · 7/18/2015

My biggest complaint is that if you leave the screen, you lose your data. So an entire run could be lost if you open a text message. That really needs to be fixed.

hugo · 6/10/2015

doesn't work under lock screen. Lumia 530 with ATT

Ryan · 9/17/2014

Glad to have a WP app for The Daily Mile. Would like to able to upload photos, other than that the app works well.

J. · 1/3/2013

I'm glad to see this app in the marketplace. Some things I'd like to see in future updates: integration with photo hub so I can share pictures directly to dailymile; ability to tap users that are nearby to view their profile & friend them; nicer & larger icons on the app's start page - really like the start page:D; integration of dailymile forums (this could just be a link to their forum).

skid row wine · 6/9/2012

works reasonably well, but data entry is a little clunky and the mirrored text when tiles flip needs to go

Thrill Switch · 3/21/2012

I really like Dailymile.com vs Runkeeper, but unfortunately this is the only app that works with it, so you have to roll with shortcomings this app has. The UI is a bit of any eyesore, lacking the polish of the other running apps, for one. The route I have saved on the website shows up as somewhere in the San Francisco area when I try and check it on my phone (I'm in Texas). You can play music provided you have it going before you launch Be Fit. There seems to be quite a ways to go before this app becomes a Must-Have vs. Runkeeper for Windows Phone, but I'm going to stick with it. A side note: it seems like Dailymile can track elevation and a few more minor details that this app doesn't append.

Karthik · 5/22/2014

Awesome app!

A. · 8/21/2013

App won't let me add daily workouts 😒

User · 12/1/2013

Great app

Caleb · 8/22/2013

It links to dailymile and that's nice. However, I compared the timer to a real stopwatch and it loses roughly 20 seconds every 3 minutes and the GPS seems inaccurate compared to a bike speedometer.

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