End of Summer - Half Price App Sale

Until end of September

We hope you've had a good summer of fitness tracking in which ever sport you pursue. For many of us the days are getting shorter as we head into the colder months and the beach weather is over. As the summer finally says farewell we have a half price sale on SportsTracker PRO and FitCloud apps on Google Play to help you keep moving.

The sale will last until October 1st, if you don't have pro already consider upgrading to SportsTracker PRO now.

With colder days coming you may want to try indoor workouts using the app Sensor Only mode. There are a choice of Bluetooth, Bluetooth SMART, ANT+ and Android Wear devices that are compatible with the app and may be used in Sensor Only mode. These sensors can also be used when using the app in GPS mode. An alternative to using a sensor for indoor workouts is to simply log your workout as a manual activity on the website or in the app.

Regular Bluetooth sensors

Heart rate monitors using regular bluetooth are compatible with older phones running Android 2+. There is a choice of the Zephyr HxM, Polar Wearlink Bluetooth or Zephyr BioHarness.

View more about regular Bluetooth sensors

Bluetooth SMART sensors

New phones running Android 4.3+ can connect to new Bluetooth SMART devices such as heart rate monitors, bike speed and cadence sensors and footpod speed and cadence sensors. Bluetooth SMART is lower energy and designed specifically for these fitness sensors.

View more about Bluetooth SMART sensors

ANT+ sensors

ANT+ compatible phones running Android 4+ can connect to ANT+ devices such as heart rate monitors, bike speed and cadence sensors and footpod speed and cadence sensors. Some phones offer native ANT+ support while others would require an On-The-Go cable and ANT+ dongle.

View more about ANT+ sensors

Android Wear Smartwatches

Compatible with Android 4.3+ the new Android Wear smart watches are ideal for viewing your workout details at a glance. Many of them also contain heart rate sensors allowing recording of your heart rate with your workout.

View more about Android Wear

Posted on Sep 23
Written by Sam Lawson