yes it is and you can easily connect it to SA.
I don’t pay Strava, I’ve decided for now to contribute a coffee to the creator of QS since I prefer to support small and innovative companies over big players 🙂
@margusl that is more or less the main topic - trust.
I trust Strava approx as much as Facebook, Apple, Google and Windows, and although I absolutely understand that I have to disseminate my (personal) data in order to see nice curves, maps, etc, and am absolutely willing to do it (and of course already doing it), I at least try to limit the number of services which are receiving the data directly from me. And, of course, try to avoid the “worst ones” (following my own judgement and not always the general terms and conditions with the nicest wording).
I’ve heard it’s planned, but I’m glad it’s not yet implemented… SA counts ski descents in meters completely wrong and it is likely that it would even mess up total ascent statistics…
I rely on QS for these values 👌
Actually it would not mess up, as it would get the totals from calculated values and not the display values which are pulled from a wrong source. It is a similar bug as the asc dsc data bug in the shared activity URL on Android that has been there from the start of SuuntoApp and still hasn’t been fixed.
Is it possible to incorporate the SmartSensor battery level in watch or SuuntoApp? Will do it some day? It would be good.
It would be nice to show the battery level for all hardware that is connected to the watch or SA via BLE, not only SmartSensor.
Hopefully there is a common interface over all the devices for that, which provides it.
Does it makes sense to say that today you are 53.26 and tomorrow you get a 53.41?
Absolutely. This is just the digits after the dot. I would wonder if the measurement was precise enough to actually rely on those digits…
It does make no sense when measurements are based on model, and not direct. It’s like measuring a wooden stick weight based on average wood density and visual estimation of diameter and length instead of putting it on a scale. A watch, no matter what kind of model it uses does not measure your oxygen intake. Lab test does.
Yeah, I am said as well that this is old but still missing, this is why I wanted to bring it up again, while I was just browsing between topics.
I assume that calorie calculation might depend on my weight and to be honest as I am lazy I would be happy if the Suunto app would automatically update it. I also have a smart scale I just have to stand on it and will sync throught wifi. Hmm I also have from withings the BPM core 🙂 iI like theese smart stuffs.