07-08-2009 07:02 AM
Since switching from Windows Mobile, there was really only one thing that I had missed. A really good and intelligent GPS tracking software.
But finally what I found and are completely free.
Works really great. Draw your route on which you then upload the files (in my case has so far only WLAN works) on its map can see. Shows even there, where the high has been made, and a height profile. But there are many additional details, such as average speed and time differences between different sectors and so on.
So I am very pleased with positive and love my Bold now 110%.
07-14-2009 08:42 AM
here is my workout info so you can see what it has to offer
as ive used it three time and im very happy with the app. its quiet good with connecting to a gps signal the first time is long but after that its prity much instant, and it give **** loads of info like
speed, avg speed, max speed, distance, total time, calories burnt, max pace, avg pace, highest altitude, lowest altitude, best(500 yd) and finaly times.
Also, great stuff if you want to show people the place you're writing about in a blog post, or if you're organising an event and want to show people where it is. It's also a really easy way for companies with small websites to show their customers where they are. I expect we'll all be seeing a lot more maps on the web.
02-11-2010 07:47 AM
After while there is something new going on with sportypal,
that is the chance to choose other types of workouts but only after uploading the file to their community. I made some skiing trips lately, but havent upload them yet.
I wrote them an email about this, and they responded with this:
While none of the client applications have skiing as a selectable activity at the moment, you can set the type to “Free style” and after uploading, use the editor to set it to skiing. The main difference between skiing and free style mode is that if you change your workout manually to skiing, we have special analysis that automatically labels continuously ascending parts as paused and continuously descending parts as active. So the map will be more clear and accurate than the one uploaded as free style. So it will look much more better, it will clearly show you where you were active or going up on the chairlift or so. Here is an example of skiing mapped as freestyle but after that switched to Skiing mode....
And that they are working on the new version for BB.
02-18-2010 06:47 AM
03-29-2010 06:19 AM
New Fixes in 1.2.2:
- Fixed overlapping date text on Workout list, Records and Records list screens.
- Fixed the issue of the main screen appearing instead of the last active screen when resuming SportyPal.
- Fixed the wrong distance and speed (miles / mph) reported on the website while using Imperial system.
- Fixed some rare cases where wrong workout start time was reported on the website
- The workout list’s sort menu is now accessible on touchscreen phones.
05-28-2010 09:50 AM - edited 05-28-2010 09:51 AM
New models of BB added to the SportyPal support list:
BlackBerry 8830 World Edition
BlackBerry 8900 Curve
BlackBerry 9700 Bold
BlackBerry Bold 9000
BlackBerry Bold 9650
BlackBerry Curve 8310
BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100
BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105
BlackBerry Pearl 8110
BlackBerry storm 9500
BlackBerry Storm 9530
BlackBerry storm2 9520
BlackBerry storm2 9550
BlackBerry tour 9630
07-13-2010 07:10 AM - edited 07-13-2010 07:11 AM
SportyPal v1.2.5 for Blackberry is now available.
Changes in this version: