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Nokia, Symbian & Sports Tracker

11 February 2011 News 64 Comments

Interesting announcements from Nokia today! We just wanted to drop you a note to let you know that Sports Tracker will continue to support Nokia & Symbian in the future as well. So existing and future Nokia Sports Trackers need not worry :)

However to broaden the Sports Tracker community we are also launching on new platforms already this spring …more news coming soon… ;)

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64 Responses on “Nokia, Symbian & Sports Tracker”

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  5. Gabor says:

    I have Sports Tracker on my Nokia C7. It works really fine. But now I couldn’t starts it. After clicking the ST icon the screen going to be darker and later (just 2-3 secs) back to the menu. I have tried the soft reset (*#7780#) but then it doesn’t work as well. Any idea?

  6. JOAQUIN says:

    PARA CUANDO EN ESPAÑOL.
    WHEN IN SPANISH PLEASE.

  7. Peter Netri says:

    Thanks! Support of Symbian devices and hopefully Nokia WP devices is appreciated!

  8. Eloy Callejon says:

    Funciona de lujo, me hace correr mucho mas controlado y me motiva para seguir un buen entrenamiento.

    Sugerencia: Poder bajar rutas de otra gente desde la pagina web a la aplicacion del movil, para poder guiarte en sitios desconocidos.
    Bajar el precio de la cinta-pulsometro de “Polar”.
    Alarmas sonoras para tomar mejor el tiempo por kilometros, vueltas etc…

    • ANGEL says:

      Hola Eloy. He descargado e instalado la aplicación en mi Nokia X6 pero no parece que funcione muy bien. Creo que el GPS no va muy bien. Cómo lo has configurado ?
      Saludos.
      Angel

  9. Carlos says:

    Like others ask, can you integrate music with sports-tracker? And as we can download routes, is there any way that the program recognize them and help us following the track?

  10. vanetza says:

    La aplicación esta genial, no se si la puedo encontrar en castellano y como ha dicho alguien, si se pudiera sintonizar la radio, o musica, seria perfecto!!

  11. Tanguy says:

    Hi,

    I started using this app 3 months ago. I only have had good surprises with it since then. I could not consider buying a phone not supporting it anymore!

    Keep on the good work guys!

  12. Honza says:

    Hi, i have problem with fixing gps. Before i have older version, and i didnt have problems.Now i have version 3.2 and it show me number of sattelites, it show map wherem i am now, but it didnt fix gps. Can you help me? Thank you

    • Ian B says:

      I have the same problem with my Nokia E5(not sure about the older version), anybody else agree? Switched to Sports Tracker due to recent lack of support for the Symbian Endomondo. So far so good. I have to reboot the phone then start the app to get a fix!

  13. When will Sporttracker suppoer the Zephyr bluetooth heart rate monitor

  14. Peter says:

    Hi, can somebody help?
    Sports-tracker application went down on my mobile, while using it. The mobile went frozen and since than I cannot use this application any more. Even if I deleted from the mobile and re-installed again.
    tx

    • Alan Westwood says:

      Peter – post this on the Support site – its easier to assist there. Cheers, Alan.

      • yanpeg says:

        Same thig for me
        impossible to launch sports tracker on my nokian n97 mini

  15. una peticion de un fan que los sigue desde que comenzo la aplicacion en mi N95. Seria posible añadir el control de Radio y Musica para haci hacer mas sencillo escuchar musica u oir la radio mientras haces la actividad?

  16. This is exactly the kind of application I would like to get for my Nokia N900. Any chance of a Maemo or Meego version in future? Thanks,
    Cheers, Tony.

  17. mikko says:

    Could you please add new action types: Snowkite (leijahiihto), ATV (mönkijällä ajelu), Snowmobiling and snowwork(lumityöt). Now I can change them to other1, other2 and other3. But would like to have describing icon also when sharing actions in facebook etc.

    Thanks for a great app!

  18. Kevin says:

    Why I can not download the app in China? When I click the “download from the OVI store” on http://www.sports-tracker.com, it always says “Sorry, this item is not available for your country. Browse more great content in the “Related” section below.”. Do that mean this application is still not available in China’s OVI Store?

    • Jussi Solja says:

      Sports Tracker is unfortunately not available in the Chinese Ovi Store :( You can try and look for the “unofficial” installation package via Google…

  19. jousepp says:

    Onko sivusto suljettu? Puhelimesta ei saa lähetettyä lenkkejä,eikä myöskään yhdistä palveluun. Yhdistä palkki jää pyörimään ikuiseen silmukkaan samoin aikaisemmin lähetä palkki ennen puhelimen asetusten uudelleen asentamista. Uudelleen asennus ei auta eikä Ovesta näytä tulevan puhelimeen tiedostoa. Näyttää siltä että bay bay sivustolle ja tyytyä Suunnon sivustoon.

  20. Charles says:

    Switched to a Windows Phone 7 recently, but still use my N8 just for sports-tracker. Don’t want to give up the heart rate monitor and honestly, Sports Tracker is much better then the WP7 options on the market. Keep up the good work and hope you add WP7 to your supported OS’s.

    • sini p says:

      Try Edmondo sport tracker on your WM7

      • jurrysmurry says:

        Endomondo it is. Is multiplatform, better as social app, but Nokia Sports Tracker is far more accurate, more mobile functions and better graphic design. I now use both, hoping Nokia will go multiplatform and social soon.

      • John Robson says:

        Edmondo isn’t a patch on sports tracker, I now have a Samsung android phone but use my e71 as a cycle computer with sports tracker.

    • Jussi Solja says:

      WP7 is something we will definitely look at adding as a platform. Can’t promise anything yet though :)

  21. Hilario says:

    ¿Hay una versión en español? Gracias

    • josé says:

      hola.
      Me encantaría que hicierais la versión en español.
      Hay alguna previsión de realizarla.
      Gracias.

      • dani says:

        En facebook dijeron que dentro de poco saldría la versión en español, pero cuándoooo???

  22. Roman Simik says:

    Fantastic sport software, very easy for use.
    Nice graphic and data transfer to web is very fast.
    With Nokia E52 working for 100 %.

  23. Aki says:

    I switched to Android and have tested all available free and paid GPS tracking applications, which all are inferior in features and usability compared to Sports Tracker. I miss both the Sports Tracker application and the web site for viewing workouts. I am looking forward to get Sports Tracker to my Android phone!

  24. Sports Tracker is the best. Keep up the good work.

  25. Fabio Rebelato says:

    Autopause for 6 and 7Km/h

    This is a request a assume many people would like and it seems to be very easy to implement.

    When take part in a running event, we always start walking with the crowd and start running once we cross the start line. Currently all we can do is to set autopause for speeds of 5km/h or less. Sometimes, while still walking, we reach 5km/h. It would be great if we could increase that limit to 6 or 7km/h and eliminate this problem.

    Thank you and its a shame Nokia so loudly said they will abandom Symbian. You guys from SportsTracker are the reason I have had Symbian phones and currently own a N8.

    • Wees says:

      It would be great if user could set autopause speed to settings.

  26. Steve Homer says:

    I used to have an Iphone with Endomondo but it could never keep track of the footpaths and bridleways that I cycle on. Also the battery life just died after 4 hours with the GPS on so I couldn’t risk being out without a phone.

    I NOW have sports tracker running on a nokia N8. – Great combination – super accurate GPS, the auto pause is great and there is enough battery to ride all day. – Nice job guys – a great reason to own a Nokia !!

  27. trevor coker says:

    sports tracker the one reson left to own a nokia .oh was that no resons to own a nokia . why not just get a iphone with there app ? probley beter anyway . this website sold out and now will be sqased by the super phone lol where sports traker will become app 3654765456764 on the list chow sports tracker it was a good idea why it lasted

  28. Would be cool if you Sports Tracker Team add a nice feature to allow to send a GPX/KML file to any URL(REST other API method)
    It’s almost there, you already allow to send an email just from app.
    I will even pay for a premium version of Sports Tracker with customizable Upload action.

  29. Karl Johan Olsson says:

    Can I hope there will be a Android-version of Sports Tracker in the future?
    I don´t like Endomondo.
    Sports Tracker is much better.

  30. Thanks for not dropping Symbian. I was hoping you’d port to MeeGo/Maemo but since that’s dead-in-the-water, I applaud that you’re looking to increase your supported platforms, as Sports Tracker is the best application for this sort of things.

    • I agree with keeping symbian going,I like symbian,was looking to buy Nokia N9,but now think I will get N8.Sports Tracker is the best sports app. Well done Sports tracker team.

  31. Adam says:

    I emailed asking if the new platforms will support the current bluetooth belts but as this was their reply I think I’ll hold off getting a belt until then:

    Hi Adam!

    Thank you for contacting us. We will announce supported devices with our official statement when we release support to new platforms.

    Best Regards
    Timo
    STT team

  32. Reinaldo says:

    How about live workout !!!
    Where is it like the old way in a nokia website ?

  33. Paul says:

    Will you be targeting Windows Phone 7 ?

    I think that porting to iOS and Android would be cool, but, you will compete with many other sports apps. Both markets are saturated so you would need to provide better: support, functionallity, etc. WP7 still has some room to grow.

    Best of Luck

    • Tobias says:

      its right that there are other trakers for android or ios. but if more platforms will be supported there are 2 positive points.
      1. you can win more ppl
      2. you dont loose ppl when someone is changing the phone/os

      i changed from symbian to android and hope that sportstracker will support it soon. if not i have to choose another one.

  34. joaquin ts says:

    En español estaría genial, Gracias

  35. Zaki says:

    At last,I still have the old E71 as a second phone mainly for Sports tracker please make an android or an iOS version.

  36. juan luis says:

    spanish version!!! thanks

  37. Renato Santos says:

    O programa é muito bom. Gostaria da versão em portugues.

    obrigado

    This program is very good. I like´d in portuguese version.

    thanks

  38. Renato Santos says:

    E na versão em português?

  39. Para cuando en ingles please

  40. Para cuando en español please

  41. hound7 says:

    I’ll like an iphone app for the sports tracker and a light version for the browser

    Keep up the good work

    • Where you have light version for the browser?
      I don’t like this heavy flash version, I use it hardly ever. Just to reply to some comments on my workouts from time to time.

  42. Ganza says:

    Great news about the ‘other platform support’. Now my decision to give android a go is certain.

  43. Skogmand says:

    After 4 month whit a fancy Desire, I switch back to my 5800XM – much because of the function in Nokia GPS their navigation – and to day I received Polar Bluetooth Belt. And very glad abut several “stored” parameter, automatic at my phone. And the “new” Sports Tracker site look pretty nice. Just a gloomy that I can’t se – me and my friends Workouts – from the web-site browsing from my Symbia S60v5.
    So a project for Sports Tracker : make a alternative to the Flash-site (witch which not requires Flash 10.)
    OK, I have a Android v2.2 (Flash 10.1) But the the whole idea is away ! !

    • Dittoman says:

      Android 3.0 will most likely have very nice capabilities for running flash. Basically Apple and iOS is the only platform that isn’t on board with this…which is kinda of sad since anything similar that has been done in flash produced with html5 works even worse and will do so for years to come.

      iPhone or iPad do not have the processing power to run advanced html5 and the html5 is years away from being any sort of an standard. Hell, not even your average desktop computer doesn’t handle it so well without a specific browser. The whole flash vs html5 “war” is just a gimmick to sell more apps.

      • Skogmand says:

        As I try to say (English Is not my mother tongue) my Android with v2.2 (Froyo) have the capability to full Flash (10.1). But I’m leaving Android, find my old Nokia S60v5 more comfortable and relax to use. Don’t like the headmaster of apple-garden telling me what to do and not to do, and I not pleased with Google monitoring and collecting what, where and how I am doing constant.
        So therefore it will handy if the Web-master of Sports Tracker would add s readable version, which not requires a browser with full Flash.

        I’m absolutely not any professor to Flash-technique, but Flash-built web-sites and streaming Flash content, requires more data-traffic (witch I have to pay) and it needs more CPU power from my devices (witch I also have to pay for).

        regards to the web-master of Sports Tracker.

  44. Tobias says:

    this is great. thx. this will go into my decision for a new mobile.

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