Endomondo Sports Tracker Pro Becomes Your Personal Digital Trainer to Stay Fit


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Would you like to have your own personal trainer, but can't afford one? One of the Editor's Choice apps on the Google Play Store can help you out. It's called Endomondo Sports Tracker Pro, and it aims to be your personal Digital Fitness Trainer. According to their marketing description, Endomondo has some pretty amazing features to help motivate you to get in shape. It even has a social networking aspect that allows you to virtually team up with your friends to support each other. Here's a quote with the details:
Track your fitness, challenge friends and send them peptalks in real-time!

Endomondo makes fitness fun by acting as your personal trainer and social fitness partner - ideal for running, cycling, walking etc.

This is the PRO version of the popular Endomondo Sports Tracker.

Please see What's New on Google Play for latest changes.

PRO features
• Interval programs: Choose from 3 programs or create your own with time & distance intervals (NEW)
• Graphs: Play around with speed & altitude curves, lap times and playlists that interact with the map
• Beat yourself: Set a previous workout as your target and the audio coach will help you perform better this time
• Low Power Mode: Increases battery standby time
• Time goal: Set a time goal and let the audio coach help you reach it
• Calorie goal: Set a calorie goal and get live audio feedback during your workout

Free features
• Real time GPS tracking of time, distance, speed & calories
• Audio feedback for every mile or km
• Real time peptalks from friends following you live
• Workout route on a map
• History with lap times
• Full History download for user with a profile (NEW)
• Sharing of workouts on Facebook
• Beat a friend: Go against a friend's personal best
• Compete on a route: Download a route and beat the Champion
• News feed with your friend's latest activities
• Social widget showing the friends recently active
• Summary page for each workout
• Heart rate support: Polar Wearlink® + transmitter with Bluetooth® and Zephyr heart rate monitor
• Support for ANT+ Bike Speed & Cadence and heart rate monitor sensors
• Headset control: Use the headset media button to get audio feedback and pause/resume a workout (wired headset & Android 2.2+)
• Manual entry of workouts (moved to top right corner on the history page)
• Auto pause
• Customizable workout screen (long press to change)
• Access all your online settings: Profile, Sharing, Privacy, Workout, Audio & Accessories (NEW)
• Endomondo is now available on SonyEricsson's SmartWatch as a SmartExtra (NEW)

Optional profile at Endomondo.com for further analysis, statistics, social challenges and sharing.
That's an impressive array of features for an app that only costs $4 bucks. Not only did this app get the Editor's Choice award on the Play Store, it also has an average 4.5 (out of 5) star rating with well over 10,000 users rating the paid version. It also has the same 4.5 star rating for its free version, and over 72,000 users rated it! Try it out and tell us what you think!

Source: Google Play Store - Endomondo Sports Tracker Pro
I have been using the free version of this program for a few years and when the pro version went on sale for 10cents I snapped it up. I have tried other similar programs but none of them seem to do the job well enough like this one does. The interface is clean and readable, no unnecessary stuff. I use it on my bicycle and it is accurate about 99.9% of the time. I think my .1% is when I ride under a bridge for a short while and I lose signal, not a major thing. If you ride in the open, you will be just fine, I ride in the city. You can have it update Facebook directly from the app or have the app update Endomondo's website and then have it update Facebook and Twitter plus two others. I'm hoping they will soon have a Google+ interface.

This is an excellent program that I have encouraged my friends to get if they do any type of exercise and want to keep track of it. Plus the information it provides can easily be put into a weight loss program like MyFitnessPal to help lose weight.

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