Outside UK cannot use new app - any app recommendations where you can use your own music?

As much as I love Laura, I don't know if I can take another week of the same music. It was OK in the beginning, but now I'm really bored with all the same songs. I use the NZ itunes store, and listen to the podcasts on an ipod. Can anybody recommend a good app where you can use your own music? I'm not super interested in trawling through songs to make playlists. What I'd really like is an app that create playlists for me based on BPM, and where I could skip to the next song if there was one that was annoying...


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    I don't know if this is any use to you but someone told me about this. It is exactly the same plan as Laura but you can use your own music. The down side is there is no encouragement at all just start run, stop run sort of thing. It dosent do the bpm. But I find now that I have graduated and running with my own music I have a good ear for my own bpm.

  • You can log in to Apple stores in other countries quite legitimately by using a different email address. I use the English, French and US stores to obtain apps that I want that are not universally available.

  • If you have an iPod Touch it should have Nike Fitness App already on it, you can make your own playlist from your own library to run at the same time. It will give you distance covered etc as you work through your run. Also gives you a count down for the last 500m etc. Not sure if this is any help. I use the CD NOW thats what I call Running which has loads of upbeat good running music x 3 cd's which you can also set to shuffle mode for a change of order.

  • I paid for endomondo pro (not premium) that let me create my own programmes, tweaked from the originals to suit my ability and bus routes.

  • I also use endomondo, the same as crox, but you have to sort your own music out. I like listening to audiobooks as I find them quite distracting and don't have to worry about the beat (being not very coordinated as I found when trying to do some of the c25k+ podcasts).

  • Try audiofuel is is made for running. I have stopped using music now but audiofuel was very helpfull

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