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projectsomeprojectsome Posts: 4,478
edited August 2010 in MTB general
http://www.endomondo.com/home

anyone use it? it's similar to sports tracker but works on other phones.
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  • hoochylalahoochylala Posts: 987
    Yeah ive used it for a few weeks now. Does exactly what I want it to - records route and automatically uploads it to your profile along with time and average speed calculations. The uploaded route to your profile can then be exported to GPX to be over laid say on GPS info such as the Bike Hike website, or re-uploaded to say a Garmin GPS device. The website/your profile has some nice features and keeps track of all your rides/goals/events etc... One feature I like is that you can set your profile to private.

    For free, I think its fantastic.

    EDIT: I use it on an iPhone.
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  • projectsomeprojectsome Posts: 4,478
    another reason for me to get an iPhone in November!

    works on cheaper phones too :lol:
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  • underdogunderdog Posts: 292
    I've used it on Android but can't decide if I like it better than Cardiotrainer, seems to kill the battery a little quicker too.
  • hoochylalahoochylala Posts: 987
    Battery wise it ran mine down from 100% to 48% on my iPhone over a 4 hr time period - not too bad I don't think - I have a car charger so I just charge the phone back up to 100% on way home :)
  • mitchkmitchk Posts: 22
    I was also looking at this the other night -

    what do you guys use for the heart rate monitor ? - I can't find any bluetooth ones

    mitch
  • ive got it on my blackberry but not yet used it as forgot on sunday when out, looks a good tool though, especially as my old gps has died now!!
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  • projectsomeprojectsome Posts: 4,478
    used it for the first time last tuesday and it's pretty accurate. was surprised my phone picked up a signal in the woods etc. updated to the latest version and now I get a voice in my head :lol:

    gonna use it on my next race to record my lap times
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  • LeighMLeighM Posts: 156
    I've used it on my iPhone for a couple of weeks now and I'm pleased with it, especially as it maintains a GPS signal when the phone is in my pocket or camelback.
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