Endomondo

Endomondo is an extremely popular social fitness application that is available on nearly every platform for users to track and share their fitness. While the application is currently feature packed, the folks at Endomondo have managed to squeeze a few more in there in the latest update. They have added interval training to the application now and this allows you to create custom intervals for various workouts, and includes an audio guide to help you through. In addition they have added two way sync which will update your workout across platforms instantly, so sharing them with friends and family remains extremely easy. The interval training update will only be found in the pro version, but the sync is available in both the pro and free versions.

If you are a current Endomondo user you will definitely want to check out this update, and if you are not currently using now would be a great time to start. Hit the break for full details on this update as well as a download link to get you started.

Endomondo Android App Adds Interval Training and Multi-Platform Sync
Upgrades Include Endomondo Users' Most Requested Feature,
Making the Sports Tracker App the Hub for Connected, Social Workouts

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – March 28, 2012 – Interval training is one of the most effective ways to improve performance for runners. That's why it's a major new feature in the latest Android version of the Sports Tracker app for Endomondo, the social fitness network that turns the mobile phone into a full-fledged personal trainer and social fitness partner.

Available exclusively in the paid Pro version of Endomondo Sports Tracker, the interval feature lets users create custom workouts by defining intervals and includes an audio coach to guide them through each step. The interval feature was Endomondo users’ most requested feature and is available for free to those who already have the Pro version.

Both the Pro and free versions of the Android app also now include a multi-platform sync feature that automatically updates workout statistics across multiple platforms for easier tracking and social sharing. For example, a workout that's tracked using one of Garmin's Endomondo-ready devices, or entered manually on the Endomondo website, is automatically synced with the Android app.

“When Endomondo users talk, we listen, and they made it clear that interval training is a must-have feature for taking their workouts to the next level," said Mette Lykke, co-founder. "We offer runners three pre-defined interval programs but they also have the option of creating their own program. If a friend creates a great program, you can easily set that program up for yourself too. With this update Endomondo Sport Tracker really continues to be the hub for making exercise more fun, motivating and social."

Both the free and the Pro version of the app are available for download from Google Play. The Pro version is priced at $3.99.

About Endomondo

Founded in 2007 by team of fitness fanatics, Endomondo turns mobile devices into full-fledged personal trainers and connects users to a vibrant social fitness network where people can support, motivate and challenge each other and share results.  The Endomondo Sports Tracker mobile app, which utilizes GPS technology, records a full history of workouts and can be used for any distance-based sport.  Additionally, the Endomondo.com website provides users with a personal portal -- incorporating performance tracking tools, an extensive atlas of exercise routes around the world, connection to the Endomondo community, and more.   Available on seven mobile platforms (iOS, Android, RIM, Windows Phone, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Java), Endomondo operates on almost all GPS phones. For more information, please visit http://www.endomondo.com and follow @Endomondo on Twitter.

 
There are 4 comments

jmlbm says:

I have the pro version but I prefer sports tracker.

stoneworrior says:

They need to include a running shoe log in the application for at least four pair of shoes. That way serious runners can select what shoes they are running in that day and have a easy way to keep track of the current mileage on all the different pair of shoes they use in their rotation. I currently use a free app in the market called Running Shoes Diary. I will gladly pay for any application that will keep track of my runs via GPS and allow me to log what shoes I am running in that day.

endomondo is my favorite fitness app thus far. they also make a great bike mount case in comparison to every other companies attempts (fails). it's worth the cash.

For people who want to go into more detail on interval-training basics and apps, consider the new ebook "Using Smartphone Apps With Interval Training." The book covers this feature for Endomondo extensively. The link is here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BEXFOP8