Today, the Sports Tracker application is available for ten Nokia touchscreen smartphones and over two dozen non-touch smartphones.
Sports Tracking Technologies was founded in May 2009 as a spin off from Nokia by the core team behind Nokia Sports Tracker. Nokia Sports Tracker was released in 2007 and has already attracted several million users worldwide. The new company plans to make the mobile application and accompanying web services available across more mobile platforms. Today, the Sports Tracker application is available for ten Nokia touchscreen smartphones and over two dozen non-touch smartphones.
By installing the free Sports Tracker application, the users’ handset becomes a GPS sports computer that keeps track of everything from time and distance to calories burned while running and average cycling speed over altitude. With a compatible Bluetooth heart rate belt, it is also possible to record heart rate during exercise. All data is stored in a diary, enabling users to chart progress, find strengths and weaknesses as well as share with others.
Existing users of the Nokia Sports Tracker application can now transfer their stored diaries to the Sports Tracker web service that is about to launch soon. The Sports Tracker web service enables users to upload, visualise, analyse, track and share their training activities.
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