Challenge Your Friends and Commit to a Goal This New Year

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It’s that time of year again where resolutions and good intentions abound. Still, we all know that without a goal to stick to, it’s hard to see those resolutions through to the end. To help keep you on track and get 2015 off to a great start, we’re giving our Android and iOS users two new goal-oriented features — Commitments and Create a Challenge in-app. Continue reading Challenge Your Friends and Commit to a Goal This New Year

Endomondo Opens 2015 with New Mobile Tools to Help Android & iOS Users with Fitness Resolutions

Goal-Oriented ‘Commitments’ and ‘Create a Challenge’ Features Capitalize On Endomondo’s Unique Social Approach to Exercise

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Jan. 06, 2015 – Staying motivated is a crucial aspect to keeping New Year’s fitness resolutions. To help, Endomondo has released an update for the very popular Endomondo Sports Tracker iOS and Android app that includes two new goal-oriented means for keeping users focused on fitness ambitions.

The first tool now available enables users to create their own private challenge and invite select people to take part directly from the app. With more than 300,000 participants in some of Endomondo’s public challenges, it is a proven motivating concept that is now launched in a more personal version which can be tailored to every user’s needs.

The second new feature is called ‘Commitments’ and allows users to set a weekly, personal fitness goal from the app. Users can choose a weekly performance schedule before selecting a specific sport in which to participate.  It is then possible to review weekly activities via the app and get notified of the progress made towards the goal. Continue reading Endomondo Opens 2015 with New Mobile Tools to Help Android & iOS Users with Fitness Resolutions

Now on Android – Pebble and Jabra Pulse Support, and More!

Endomondo Pebble App

A few months ago, we announced our Pebble integration on iOS. The response was great, so we’re really excited to announce that we now also support Pebble on Android, along with some other cool features in the latest Android release – version 10.5. Continue reading Now on Android – Pebble and Jabra Pulse Support, and More!

Pebble Support Added for Endomondo Fitness App on Android

New ‘Challenge Your Friends’ Feature Also Added to the Endomondo Android App

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – November 20, 2014 – Fulfilling a promise, Endomondo today announces that Pebble owners with Android smartphones can now connect their Pebble with the very popular Endomondo Sports Tracker app.

This new functionality from Endomondo allows users to start, pause or stop a workout from their Pebble while exercising.  The watch can display up to three configurable data metrics such as distance traveled, heart rate and workout duration. Like high-end running watches, the app provides tactile feedback through vibration for each mile or kilometer, and will briefly display a performance summary.

To connect with a Pebble watch, exercise enthusiasts must be using the most recent version of the free Endomondo app available at Google Play, and download Endomondo’s Pebble app from the Pebble store. Continue reading Pebble Support Added for Endomondo Fitness App on Android

Endomondo Premium and Challenges in the Android App

Following in footsteps of the iPhone app, our app for Android now offers two of our Premium features already existing on the website: Heart Rate Zones and Weather Information. Going forward Premium membership will give access to all the website features – including the Pro app as part of the full package. See the list of Premium features below:

Premium Features

Premium membership is a subscription service. You can go with an Annual membership for $19.99 or with a Monthly membership for $2.99. If you already have the Pro app, you will get the Annual membership for $15 for the first year. Go to our Premium page for more info.

More about vers. 8.5.1
Besides Heart Rate Zones and Weather Information, our newest Android  release offers the following new features:

Workout summary includes altitude data
More data is displayed in workout summary in the newest Android version 8.5.0, specifically min./max. altitude, total ascent and total descent.

Challenges
Challenges are becoming more and more popular so we have decided to add them in the app as well. You can explore challenges and filter them by sport or challenge type. The details include overview, leaderboard and comments. You can also join or leave a challenge from the app and view the challenges you are participating in. At the moment Team Challenges are only visible at the website.

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If you are using our Endomondo app for BlackBerry, read more here.