While not specifically a „running app“, OsmAnd seems to mostly fit your needs:
- for Android: Yes (there's also an iOS version I've heard)
- where you can create your own route for running (by drawing it on a map): I've not discovered that yet: it allows for route planning (including trip planning), and routes can be exported as GPX tracks. Alternatively, there's some online and PC software to "draw routes" manually and export them as GPX, which then can be imported to OsmAnd.
- When you are running the app tells you where to turn (like a car navigation): Yes. OsmAnd uses a TTS engine for that.
- voice in something else than English: Yes to that as well. Though I have no list of supported languages.
OsmAnd is also available at Google Play if you insist, and you can find additional details including screenshots at its website. It's a full-fledged navigation app for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians alike, open source, and based on Open Streetmap (the name stands for „Open Street Map Automated Navigation Directions” if you wonder. If you got an OSM account, you can even use it to contribute to Open Street Map. It's an excellent and reliable piece of software which I can warmly recommend, using it myself.