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» Sports Tracker for 5th edition

Summary: Sports Tracker, the GPS tracker to watch your training, is now available for S60 5th Edition!

Requirements:
Symbian s60 5th edition

Arrived: 2010-08-16
Found under: sport, tracker, mesure, route, gps, s60
Symbian Sports Tracker for 5th edition freeware

» Sports Tracker for 5th edition Description

Sports Tracker is a GPS based activity tracker. It collects info such as speed, distance and time and automatically store them to your training diary.

Updated to version 3.50!

The most important innovations of Sports Tracker 3.1 on a glance:
-The application has a new logo
-Complete revision of the graphical interface Full (optional) support for the display of the maps
-Countdown to the sunrise and sunset position
-Automatic import of existing Sports Tracker data
-Additional import and export options

During the training run, captured photos can also be directly integrated and displayed.
The app is of course a free app and works perfectly with the Sports Tracker service so that you can share your workouts with your friends and track your routes. You can set up also your 5800 with a Polar Bluetooth Waerlink belt to monitor your heart rate and to get the most out of each workout.






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the Sports Tracker for 5th edition for Symbian OS

» Comments

Sun21Feb at 6:59 am
jayjjerry wrote...
its cool
Thu25Mar at 5:49 am
lebigjay wrote...
installation failed on Nokia 5230
Wed14Apr at 4:26 am
mennereau wrote...
coll cool coll stuff
Thu20May at 2:47 am
piero wrote...
good
Fri28May at 6:50 am
Tiago wrote...
this is bullshit, installing it says v1.83
Tue29Jun at 1:29 pm
KAyus wrote...
would be nice if i could get the heart rate belt, can anybody tell me?
Fri20Aug at 9:15 am
rcsauce wrote...
Can't download to my E71x. Anyone have a solution?
Tue30Nov at 5:43 am
boka wrote...
vredije
Sat25Dec at 10:21 pm
irfan wrote...
good i want to see the how to interact with software in mobile. throut icons or commond or what ever tell me plz
Sat12Feb at 6:57 am
Renato Santos wrote...
installation failed on Nokia 5230. Help. What's the new version?
Fri18Feb at 6:45 pm
tino wrote...
test
Fri29Apr at 11:46 am
kadir suleimanov wrote...
super
Sat9Jul at 4:57 am
n godara wrote...
best appelication
Thu15Sep at 3:27 pm
samer wrote...
good
Tue20Mar at 2:44 pm
marco wrote...
me ancanto
Sun1Apr at 1:44 pm
aleks wrote...
ace ser
Tue12Jun at 2:05 pm
Borostyán István wrote...
Jó program
Mon1Oct at 10:26 pm
Ryosuke wrote...
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Fri19Oct at 3:10 am
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While I do think that Yahoo is to blame, it does seem suspicious that Microsoft might have known that sihotmeng suspicious was afoot, and wasn't MORE proactive about it (beyond just having different defaults for Yahoo accounts).However, the REAL problem here isn't data usage, it's that carriers charge so much money and have such ridiculously low caps, while users have basically no way of monitoring or effectively managing how much data they use. The 150-200MB plans that Verizon and AT&T sell are laughable; just by simply allowing the phone to sync contacts, calendar, and email, many people can run through 100MB/month without even actually doing anything. That doesn't leave a lot of room for error.It's disingenuous for the carriers to even offer such plans, because data usage is largely out of the users' hands, and the carriers know full-well that even light usage, or a bug like this one, could cause overages. If AT&T sells 2GB for $25/month, then $15/month should buy you 1GB (and not a paltry 200MB). Then, bugs like this wouldn't effect customers wallets, only the wallets of the carriers and the handset makers who released the buggy phones in the first place.

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