Dec 192011

Sports Tracker, makers of training and logging software for the iPhone and Android, has released a new version of their software that runs on Windows Phones. Sports Tracker was started in 2004 at the phone handset maker Nokia. It was then spun off by the developers in 2009 after Nokia gave up on the idea. In addition to the latest version, they also make a version for the iPhone, Android and

The Sports Tracker software includes the ability to track and log your workouts, and to share them on Facebook, Twitter, and features include measuring distance, speed, duration, average speed and pace, max speed, and calories burned. With a Sports Tracker heart rate monitor (not compatible with iPhone or Windows phone) that connects to your phone via Bluetooth, you can log your heart rate during your workout, and upload this information to the Sports Tracker website for later viewing. I have included a few screenshots from the app, so you can get a feel for it if you haven’t used it.



Here is a screesnshot of the stats page. To start a new workout, press the new workout button.










Here is a screenshot of the workout screen:










Here is a screenshot of the Training Diary screen.










Once your workout is complete, you can upload to and view your workout on a map.

The app is a free download. Check the website to find out how to download it for your phone.

Sports Tracker, Nike+, and Run Keeper all make software phone apps that  allow you to measure and log your workout. We will be doing an in depth review of Sports Tracker in a future column.

  2 Responses to “Sports Tracker For Windows Phone”

  1. […] Sports Tracker For Windows Phone ( Share this:Facebook  January 3, 2012  Posted by John at 7:12 am Android, Heart rate monitor, iPhone, RunKeeper  Add comments […]

  2. Hi, please, do you know how to share my tracks on facebook? I can´t see this posibbility in this app. I have Nokia Lumia 800 and version of Sports Tracker no. 1.3.

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