I don’t understand the link between Suunto App and Sports Tracker. If I port to Suunto App and connect the watch (Ambit 3 Peak) to Suunto App, I can just open an appropriate Sports Tracker account (same UID and password I think) and I will see all the same Moves on Sports Tracker?
Does Sports Tracker give a web interface like Movescount? What is missing from Sports Tracker relative to Movescount?
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What is missing from Sports Tracker relative to Movescount?
almost everything except that you see a track, distance and pace…
ST and SA have the same database… other than that, nothing in common
So, I just found out that the sport tracker website is like some sort of mirror to the suunto app. It displays my moves, uses the same password and if i make a route there it also sync to the suunto app. But the routes that i make in the suunto app don’t go to the sports tracker site apparently. What is the deal? how do these site cooperate? Its nice to be able to plan a route on a pc that goes to the app without extra export and imports but is it going to evolve? It is still pretty basic. Grtz, steven.
What is the deal? how do these site cooperate?
Simple, they don’t.
They just share the database
At least atm
They don’t cooperate, but my routes do end up on the watch. Pity the sports tracker route maps are no good.
I wonder where this is going…
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Simple, they don’t
and this should remain like that… ST is not up to what we need. I think it was a mistake from Suunto to announce their partnership with ST as it really doesn’t give you anything but a database.
It’s like you would buy a santa cruz bike but you notice it was made at any factory partnering with aliexpress… no good for any high quality reputation
it’s nice that we have a database and it’s nice that SA is slowely progressing (waiting for this winter exclusion of chairlift activities total ascent summary…!!!), but what ST is showing is pretty poor IMHO.