It has potential but.. I have a couple of issues.. I recorded a ride today and got to the coffee stop, hit lap and got the dreaded "unfortunately selfloops has stopped" error.. It would be good if there was a way to rescue your ride after a crash (i tried looking through the files to see if there was an xml file somewhere that i could fix but no luck and it doesnt appear in my training history- will it be saved anywhere on my phone? Also I want to use this to record rides when i'm indoors on my turbo trainer but it seems that any rides that i record where there is no GPS connection generate an invalid file?
How do I pair my Garmin CS10 with this thing? I have a nexus 7, a usb otg cable and a garmin usb stick. Downloaded this, as well as the ANT Radio Service, ANT+ Plugins and the ANT USB service, and the selfloops ant service. When I plug the usb stick in, I don't get any popup asking me to start the service. Opening up the application and trying to pair my Garmin CS10 does nothing. Better instructions would be helpful.
Add heart rate variability? Any chance of getting HRV (heart rate variability) testing? :)
Not support 20" wheel size This app has very nice interface, user friendly, and got everything I need for cycling. Unfortunately, it doesn't allow user setting wheel circumference lower than 200 cm. If you use folding bike with 20 inches wheels (or smaller) and want to use your ant+ speed sensor instead of GPS, this app may not for you.
Perfect app EXCEPT I dont understand why exporting the tcx file compresses it. Even if sharing requires compress I dont want it compressed when I save to my sd card. Adds complexity for nothing. Please fix it!!! The app is perfect otherwise
Simple and Functional Simpe and easy-to-use GUI. Recognized my Wahoo Fitness HRM and Stride Sensor (foot pod). One issue I have found is that when I select "Running Indoor" so that the stride sensor is used instead of the GPS, the distance remains at 0 although the speed is displayed in real time. It is not very useful if distance is not computed using the instantenaous speed transmited by the sensor. I could not find a setting to calibrate the foot pod (preferably against a distance recorded by the GPS) against a known distance either. If this functionality can be implemented, it will become my favorite running app.