Couch to 5K by RunDouble APK

Version 4.6.9 - com.rundouble.companion

Train for 5K with the Couch to 5K training program.

Couch to 5K by RunDouble apk

APP Information

Download Version 4.6.9 (4418)
Apk Size5.76 MB
App DeveloperSyncostyle Apps
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.4.x and up
App Packagecom.rundouble.companion.apk

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App Description

Couch to 5K by RunDouble is rundouble,companion,health,fitness, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Syncostyle Apps website who developed it. com.rundouble.companion.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.4.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.6.9 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 1556+ times on store. You can also download com.rundouble.companion APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

RunDouble Couch to 5K goes way beyond any other Couch to 5K app! It is a complete training companion, starting with the Couch to 5K plan, and taking you right through to half marathon.

Couch to 5K by RunDouble is the easiest way to meet your goal, of running 5K in just 9 weeks, but don't feel daunted, you can take longer if you need. It follows the popular Couch to 5K plan, (not to be confused with the alternative C25K plan), written by Josh Clark.

You choose the pace - from a gentle jog to a quick run, and progress through the weeks at your leisure. Run three times a week, taking rest days between, and soon you'll be calling yourself a runner. Put your headphones on, choose your own music, and just follow the prompts. Starting with just 1 minute of running at a time, it couldn't be easier. 

Couch to 5K is growing as fast as popular as workouts like Zumba, simply because of the number of people who are turning their lives around. No gym fees, no expensive equipment, no special diet. You just you, your phone, and the road. Get out there, get Couch to 5K and get yourself fit. 

RunDouble now supports Android Wear, meaning you have your stats right there on your wrist - no more bulky phone holders. 

Rundouble Couch to 5K includes these programs:
- Couch to 5K
- Zero to 10K
- Five to 10K
- 5K improver - Interval training
- 10K event training
- Half marathon event training
- Varying length "Fun Runs", from 1 km to 10 miles

All plans are free to try for the first two weeks, then you can upgrade for less than the cost of a coffee. The fun runs are completely free. 

- The only Couch to 5K training app to feature MyFitnessPal integration, and post to your workout diary.
- Runs in the background, unlike some other apps which stop when you switch off the screen.
- Prompts you to change pace while working through the Couch to 5K training program. 
- Tracks your time, distance and pace, announcing these to you at the end of each interval. 
- Plays a playlist of your choosing, from your personal music selection. Or alternatively, use another app to play music.
- View your previous runs on your phone or on our website
- Additional pace updates at set intervals
- Half way marker
- Programmable pace warning (target pace)
- Support for heart rate monitor
- Web service:
+ Track your progress
+ View your route on a map
+ View detailed statistics about your workout
+ Post to Facebook, and share your successes with friends

App ChangeLog

  • Fixed a crash when syncing runs

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Priya Sekar-avatar

    Priya Sekar

    The gps on this app is awful. I've used it to train for two races now, and I do like that it has interval training and syncs with music. However, it does NOT sync with my phone gps (Google pixel 5, a new phone which has working Gps with all other apps). It is VERY discouraging to hear "interval pace zero miles, and total distance zero miles 😂🙄" even when I know it is not true. Even after paying for the app and contacting help, running a "gps fix", unfortunately this problem persists.

  2. Jason-avatar


    GPS doesn't work. Phone goes to sleep and when I wake it up because I've run way too long, it then tells me GPS lost/GPS recovered. Paid for a bad app.

  3. Mickey Morgan-avatar

    Mickey Morgan

    First week and it works fine so far except the voice reads the wrong stats. They don't match the stats on tbe display.

  4. Fly, You Fools-avatar

    Fly, You Fools

    This is the best of its kind for simplicity and price. Works seamlessly with bluetooth and external audio player. I've had problems with that with several other apps. If you don't need and don't want cheerleading, annoying voices, too many announcements, or diet advice and other stuff, this app is what you want. I'm using it coming back to running after 10 months off. I don't need a lot of guidance, I just wanted inexpensive training plans to use until I get back to good. This is perfect.

  5. Alfred Poor-avatar

    Alfred Poor

    I have neglected the aerobic side of my physical exercise for decades, and this was my choice to change that. I love the audible prompts and that I can listen to music of my own choosing. It starts you slow with just 1 minute intervals of running. I'm starting my 5th week and already am running 14 minute miles. This week I'll do my first 20 minute run without a walk break. It really works.

  6. Joey Friedman-avatar

    Joey Friedman

    Developers not responsive. I wrote them over a week ago explaining there was a GPS issue. I received a form email, thanking me for reaching out but asking I be patient, as they are in England. Hmm. Unless the answer (which has still not arrived) is coming on the Mayflower, I'm not sure why this is an issue. Without GPS, the data is all wrong.

  7. Dee Ritchey-avatar

    Dee Ritchey

    I have used this app for years and it has been fantastic, but here lately it has been dropping the GPS signal anytime my phone locks. It is not optimal to keep unlocking my phone throughout my run. It looses the GPS, and the requires it so your pace, and interval is all out of whack. If the developers would fix this issue this would be a five star app. If it keeps up, then I am going to just uninstall it and get something else.

  8. Kathryn Dax-avatar

    Kathryn Dax

    Been using it for many years, every time I fall off the horse this app gets me back on! Fairly simple interface and robust featurea, worth the money 😊

  9. Fiona Gill-avatar

    Fiona Gill

    Great app for injury free return to running. I twisted my ankle months back and kept reinjuring myself with other plans. This app lets you complete runs at your own pace. There's no set calendar and no reminders or notifications to push you into running a day earlier than you should. Repeating a run is a cinch if you're not quite ready for the next level. Nor is there Strava integration so no need to go faster than necessary. It works with lots of music apps and has enough statistics.

  10. Christine Baggs-avatar

    Christine Baggs

    This app is great at building your stamina by slowly increasing the levels each time. However, its interface seems very dated.. it's not visually appealing and more importantly it does not offer a setting to see how long you have until the interval is over... it counts up your time instead of down, so unless you're aware of which interval you're on, you have no idea how much longer youre supposed to be running until the voice tells you to slow down.