New AllSport GPS Mobile Apps for Google Android Phones by Trimble
Fitness Buff? Cycling Fanatic? Walking Enthusiast? Trimble AllSport GPS Mobile App has you covered! The app has incorporated more than 20 fitness stats as well as calorie burn to help you reach your fitness goal. Plan ahead with real-time weather forecasts, view parks and maps and with the Pro app, you can snap a photo or video as well as create a custom training program.
“When Trimble set out to create the next generation of our Android app, we first paired active athletes with our Trimble Outdoors Android engineers. Together, they collaborated on design and features. Next, we invited hundreds of people to test-drive the app in a closed beta for three months. The result is an AllSport GPS that’s fine-tuned to the specific needs of outdoor fitness fans and the fastest growing smartphone market in the U.S.,” said Rich Rudow, general manager for Trimble Outdoors.
This great app was tested between athletes, users of the original app and beta testers. This came to fruition after being used by 350 users over 3 months. Testers recorded 1,800 activities over 17,000 miles and burned nearly nine million calories.
Some great features include
- Track workouts—runs, walks, bike rides, and more—on maps. Always know your location and navigate your routes.
- View 20 heart pounding stats as you sweat, including time, speed, calories and distance.
- Chart and compare weekly workout stats on the phone or at allsportgps.com.
- Push your workouts to Facebook and share with friends using your online account.
Both apps are available in the Android Market, you can use our handy dandy download block to get them!
Trimble’s AllSport GPS is available on Apple iPhone, BlackBerry and select feature phones on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.
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