We’re always on the lookout for a good deal here, and today, we have found a highly-acclaimed fitness app that has just lost its usual $10 asking price. For a very limited time, it is free of charge, and you’ll find more details along with that all-important download link below.

If you’re keen to get into shape, it’s always good to set a target. The 10K run is seen as a good milestone for beginners to reach, and the Run 10K PRO! app is designed to help you get moving on a regular basis.

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It packs a number of features, including GPS mapping, calorie counting and all of the other bells and whistles you could want when mastering the art of putting one foot in front of the other. What’s particularly good about Run 10K PRO!, though, is that it caters to all audiences. So if you are already at a decent fitness level, you can choose to start at 5K, for instance, and the app will guide you through to the next tier. Similarly, if you’re a bit of a couch potato, Run 10K PRO! encourages you to hit the track a few times a week to build your way up to 10K.

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The thought of traipsing 10,000 meters may seem daunting or even impossible if you’ve done little exercise recently, but it’s something that most people can achieve with a little dedication and hard work. This app, which usually costs $9.99, makes things nice and easy, and since it’s free for a limited time, you’ve probably run out of excuses not to run.

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Run 10K PRO! is an iPhone-only app, serving as a companion to the running experience, and will require GPS access in order to log your runs on the map. It’s free for now, but not forever, so as always, be sure to download soon before it returns to its regular cost.

Oh, and if you do give it a try, please let us know how you get on by dropping a comment below.

(Download: Run 10K PRO! for iPhone on the App Store)

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