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@John-Tomaszek I really do think patience is a virtue here. Understandable I’m sure your patience is wearing thin like the rest of us. But summer 2020 is approximately a year away and I do have faith that we will get a web interface by then. It may be annoying now, cause like you small screens with lots of details do not work for me. I see where they are going with SA but for a ocean Voyager and multi day hiker like me, I prefer to sit down set up my gear before hand transfer and go. Then when return sit back and analyze. I prefer to have the app simplified for quick reference then dig in to the metrics on web interface. I believe that most interact with their Suunto gear better and will be more involved when dealing with a web interface.
@Saketo-Nemo Me too, after 2 smart sensors returned, the polar H10 is the killer sensor,
never goes above my max HR,
never peaks when I am cold.
The only feature would be to filter a bit more the small flikers
I agree with what you are missing. I miss this, too… desperately!! But I’m confident that Suunto will implement this… the elevation extension for Strava shows how it could look like.
I only bought a new A3 Peak Sapphire today as I am convinced Suunto will release an SA incl web interface that keeps up with Movescount.
@Mi_chael I also thought that it is always a belt, change 2 in 1 year. Lately sensor too. HR remains frozen or watch stop receiving HR data. Relocating the battery on the fly sometimes helps, but it fails again and again. Today I opened repair ticket. I’m fed up
@josephkarl said in Disappointed Android users:
oid device has started lagging and the device becomes slow and many apps are getting affected with that and affecting the outlook app was one of them.
The phone might get slower due to one single app if this one is using huge amounts of CPU, but it’s impossible that other apps are directly affected in terms of they stop working or have crashes because of Suunto. Each app running on an Android phone acts as a single user in a multi-user Linux system. This means that the apps live in their own sandbox regarding security, performance, etc.
There is one pop-up when you install the SA asking you to allow the app to run in the background in order to provide a better service. If you don’t allow this (can also change it in the settings), the performance/battery of the phone will definitely not be affected although you might miss a couple of notifications.
@nigel-taylor said in New Android Diary Section:
Agree the diary is an improvement and seems good at first glance, but if I look at my activities in the equivalent section in SportsTracker then that is a LOT more functional and useful.
Do we know what the future of the diary is going to be? If it remains as the simple single list it’s going to be next to useless for monitoring progress and performance, if it gets the ability to search and filter by year and month etc as per SportsTracker, then it could be a solution that keeps me away from the web interface.
Anyone know? Or…is the Android GUI going to change from its SportsTracker roots and this is a spurious discussion?
i have just update to today’s 3.37.0 built.
An still nothing to filter by month or activities, etc… Or may I lost something.
I really prefered the first builds in term of diary informations.
I must admit, i am not using SA anymore, just test new things, but in fact did not find any new stuff
I am a good student, I upload my activities each time, but not more, if i need stats, I go to movescount web.
great stuff, i also was wondering iff they would upload all created routes of the movescount web into the suunto app, cause there is such a welth off tracks in there,
i found some old trailrunning races and routes of 30+ km’s, and all i have to do is upload them to my watch, for me that is the raw power of the suunto experience,
i also noticed that on the map there are campingsites, its just perfect to drop my car and set up basecamp!!!
after 2020 wil suunto shut down movescount or will it still excist but not be upgrading it anymore?
@Yurgo after the update all prev activities are compressed so these stuff are wiped out. You can check those via the app.
On new activities after the update it will be fine to check them via the watch as well.
@jthomi My procedure is: unpair watch, uninstall MC app, install first SuuntoApp (beta), pair watch, synchronize. Then close app (multitask). Install MC app. Synchronize watch without pairing. And voila!! As a preventive measure, close the app from multitask before opening the second one. Both apss opened may cause a watch reset. I tried the process in inverted order starting with MC app and it did´t work for me
Activities synced to strava & training peaks show the time without pauses.
For example swimming in app the time is 1h 4min and in strava & TP 1h 7min. I had 3 minutes toilet break and I paused my suunto 9. This worked the right way when used movescont and the time matched.
And it happened for previous workouts toto (after the last update).
EDIT: In movescount you can see that those first two laps, which you can see in Strava, are not there