We integrate with the top running & cycling apps: Strava is our recommendation, and we can also sync with RunKeeper or Apple Health. If you don’t currently run with a phone or track your runs, give one of them a shot!
Once they’re synced from one of the apps, your running or cycling will show in various parts of the site, as well as in the iPhone app. The app allows for creating and sharing many different maps and other views of your running.
Running on your profile
Your Gyroscope profile on the website will show the activity for each month, including running & steps. The length of each bar represents distance, and the color is by pace (relative to your fastest & slowest)
At the end of the year, if you’ve had more than a few runs, you’ll be able to see a full report of the year. See some samples
Images saved from the app will show in the reports, plus other fun stats like how many donuts of calories you burned.
We feature some runs that people have shared on the site and in the app. Every day we are impressed and astonished at the amazing things our users are doing. Some are crazy marathons or runs in the cold snow, while many others are just everyday training around the block, which we also appload. See some featured runs
Tell your friends
We appreciate you spreading the word about Gyroscope. To make it easy to get your friends running with you, there is a short url: gyro.run — which should have all the info about the running app.
We also appreciate you tagging us on Instagram or Twitter when you share. We are @gyroscope_app on both.
Cycling and running work in the same way. Other types of workouts are treated more simply without special maps.
Other activity types
Strava & Runkeeper allow for all kinds of other activities to be tracked — things like hiking, walking or even dancing. That is fantastic, but the only ones we are syncing are the ones that are specifically "running" or "cycling".
Activites can be hidden and marked as "Private" on Strava. If they are, we will not sync them or show them on your profile. So if you want to see your workouts on Gyroscope, they will need to be originally saved as "Public" in Strava as well.
For heart rate, please sync through Apple Health or Fitbit — our two supported sources for heart rate history. This will work not only during your workouts but throughout the day. Measuring your resting heart rate, while sleeping or sitting still for example, is a very useful metric that can help you understand how your training is affecting you.