We believe that technology should enable and inspire everyone to exceed expectations.
There are many running apps available, but the most powerful app is the app which everyone, including people with disabilities, can use. With that goal in mind, we developed the RunGo app.
Meet Rose Kamma Sarkany.
Rose Kamma Sarkany is a marathon runner, kayaker, rock climber, hiker, cyclist, swimmer, water colorist, writer, photographer and public speaker. She does all this and more with only 10 degrees of peripheral vision (tunnel vision) and moderate to severe hearing loss. Rose was diagnosed with Usher Syndrome when she was 16. It’s a hereditary condition that slowly robs her of her sight and hearing but she’s not letting that define her.
RunGo for Apple Watch.
Feel and hear your next step.
Using built-in GPS, RunGo for Apple Watch Series* lets you seamlessly transfer your favourite running routes from your phone to your watch and run independently without your iPhone, while being guided by voice navigation throughout your run.
The VoiceOver feature on the Apple Watch uses the speaker to navigate you during your runs. Or connect wireless Bluetooth EarPods to your Apple Watch for a more intimate experience.
Thanks to the Taptic Engine built into the Apple Watch, you will feel a gentle tap when it’s time to turn left or right so you don’t need to look at your watch for the next step and focus on the road ahead.
* Works with Apple Watch Series 1 with your iPhone
RunGo for Phone.
Designed for every single person.
The smartphone is more than just a phone. It has become a lifeline to millions of people, especially people with disabilities. The RunGo app offers several features which will inspire and allow runners and walkers to go out and enjoy their activities.
The VoiceOver feature on the iPhone uses the speaker to navigate you during your runs. Or connect wireless Bluetooth EarPods to your iPhone for a more intimate experience.
Thanks to the Taptic Engine built into the iPhone, you will feel a gentle tap when it’s time to turn left or right so you don’t need to look at your iPhone for the next step and focus on the road ahead.