Endomondo Sports Tracker
Another fitness tracking service offers a free app to temp you to its web-based goodies.
Endomondo Sports Tracker Review
by on July 3, 2010
Much like SmartRunner, Endomondo is a combined app and web service that offers to log any runs, cycles, walks or general transportation you may go on.
It uses the phone’s GPS to keep an eye on exactly where you’ve been. Once done you can review all of your trips via the Endomondo website in painstaking detail.
As with many of these apps it’s highly limited to just displaying your speed, distance and time. The idea being that you have to use the web service to get at the full information.
But it’s even more limited than SmartRunner, as you’re unable to see what runs it has stored or transferred and there’s no calorie display. We also found it glitched a number of times with our max speed noted as 426MPH and the GPS accuracy was less than stellar. But it’s an essential for Endomondo users.
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