So, I've got Nike+ Running on Android, and I would not like for the whole world to see where I'm running.

Is it possible to still track distance, calories, speed etc without enabling GPS? Is the built-in accelerometer itself enough?

  • GPS is a reciever, not a transmitter. Unless you upload your results, you will not be broadcasting that to the world. I don't believe 'inertial guidence' on phones is that good. In addition, this is off topic here, unless you are running with a tablet strapped to your arm. – Journeyman Geek Sep 29 '12 at 12:17
  • @JourneymanGeek Nike+ is a social app that automatically shares your runs. So if you have GPS enabled it will share your path letting everyone know where were you. – R R Oct 1 '12 at 9:34

Nike+ lets you select privacy options for your sharing.

Public, social, private

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