Website update: Map full screen mode and other fixes

We’ve updated the Sports Tracker website with some minor tweaks – check the list below for the details. Coming later today: Android v. 1.5.0 (bugs finally fixed – thanks for you patience).

Thanks to all who reported bugs and issues – please keep the feedback coming :)

Workout view

  • Map Full Screen mode added
  • Profile data panel can be minimized and maximized in Full Screen mode
  • Full Screen mode also accessible from Workout Overview
  • Added start time and end time to workout information (next to workout date)
  • Sport specific data: No step data shown for sports where it’s not relevant

GPX import

  • Fixed GPX import to accept files with errors and various formats
  • Max speed now shows correctly in imported workouts


  • Workouts no longer are listed under the wrong day when workout time is close to midnight


  • Visual fixes and tweaks
  • Dashboard shows username if no real name has been entered



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  3. Fliicek

    After update I had wrong count of distance and time in month diary. Summary for July is 854km and in Diary is 1075km. It’s not all months, but mostly it’s wrong. Screenshot bellow

  4. Herman

    The site is very beautiful, but does not work well on my Android Tablet (Samsung Galaxy). It is impossible to login, and scaling or scrolling is also difficult/impossible.

  5. RobertoCogni

    Con il Full Screen avede esaudito un mio desiderio.
    Siete grandi


  6. Kev

    Step data is relevant to cycling. It equates to cadence. The only question is whether it’s accurate.

    1. Poupkine

      Yes, it was usable. Take it back, please :)

    2. Juncedan

      I also miss my cycling step count. PLEASE PUT IT BACK

  7. PalTor

    Please, I only miss we can edit the track points in the web map. The Android App is great!


  8. Clint

    Best app on my HTC Desire HD – I use it everyday.

  9. senky

    320×480 please

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