The new Sports Tracker for iOS and Android, set to arrive in early 2017, is gearing up to make it easier than ever to get fit. We have a ton of improvements on the way – here’s how they’re going to help you train better and get more out of your workouts.
1. A cleaner look for clearer stats
A sports app shouldn’t get in the way of your workouts, which is exactly why we’ve redesigned the look and feel of the new Sports Tracker. Stats are easier to follow, analysis tools are easier to use, and all of your vital information is easier to access. This way, staying on top of your progress is clear and simple, letting you focus your attention on what matters most – getting fit.
2. Super social for more motivation
It’s easier to get motivated when you have the support and encouragement of friends and followers. Sports Tracker’s new social features are designed to make sharing workouts, photos, and most importantly, progress, with those you care about most. You’ve worked hard for this, so let everyone know!
3. Highlighted achievements for instant feedback
Have you just topped your fastest time on a regular route? You can instantly see your fastest times in your feed or on your workout page, making tracking improvements quick and simple. Even better, you instantly know what time to aim for in your next workout.
4. Improved workout analysis for better workouts
Better workout analysis means better workouts. We’ve added a ton of improvements to our workout analysis tools so that you can instantly see how you’re doing. You can quickly check out workout-specific stats in one view, or take a look at crisp visualisations of your overall activity. The “On this route” feature is now available for everyone, letting you compare data for your favourite routes in one go. Altitude, speed, and heart rate graphs are right there on the map – it can’t get any easier than that.
5. A new diary for easier progress monitoring
Getting a big picture view of your progress is an important part of leading a happier, healthier life. The new diary will help you digest the data so that you can analyse your progress over weeks, months, and even years. You can analyze your average heart rate, speed, training hours and more as a whole or by individual sport, which is perfect for pinpointing where your progress is happening. What’s more, the handy diary search function gives more control over how you view your data. For example, if you’d like to filter out commute cycling, simply tag your commutes after a workout by adding a keyword in the comment field and use the search to filter them out.
6. Weekly goals to power your passion
Sometimes you need a little push to get motivated. We can help with that. The new Sports Tracker will have a weekly goal for you to compete and compare against your friends and followers – all in good fun, of course. The hour-based goal is a wonderful way to get moving and make sure that you stay active all week.
7. Weekly leaderboard for friendly competitions
The fun doesn’t end with weekly goals. Weekly leaderboards let you and your friends keep track of who’s ahead that week. Put in enough training time throughout the week, and you’ll earn the top spot on the weekly leaderboard – along with hard-earned bragging rights.
8. Free features so you can focus on fitness
Not only will the new Sports Tracker have all of these fantastic features, but even more of them will be completely free for all users. Rather than worrying about money, you can fully focus your attention on fitness and fun.
The new Sports Tracker will be arriving at the beginning of 2017. With all these great new features, we’re hoping it will help make your new year one to remember.