Sports Tracker For WP8 Devices Updated With Improved GPS Accuracy, Lockscreen Support And More

Sports Tracker Windows Phone
Sports Tracker app for Windows Phone 8 devices just got updated last night with lots of improvements. This update includes support for Live Tiles, Lockscreen, improved GPS accuracy and more.

Change log for v.1.0.1.10:

  • New WP8 GPS interface, which means improved accuracy
  • Facebook & Twitter sharing bug fixed
  • Live tiles
  • Lock screen data feed, even during workouts (has to be activated in phone’s settings)
  • Settings from previous workout are used as default values when new workout is started
  • Lots of other fixes

Download it here from Windows Phone Store for free. Find the full change log after the break.

  • New WP8 GPS interface, which means improved accuracy
  • Facebook and Twitter status update fix
  • Added updating workout info to live tile (medium and wide tiles) and lock screen (has to be activated in phone’s settings)
  • Settings from previous workout are used as default values when new workout is started
  • Made changes to buttons appearances
  • Added icons to workout type selection
  • Progress bar shows when synchronisation is ongoing, both in home and diary page
  • Fixed week information in diary
  • Fixed several problems with application tombstoning
  • Added not synced -info (visible only if workout has not been uploaded to the web service) to diary’s and home page’s workout lists
  • Added description to first workout in home page’s workout list
  • Added missing paddling icon to workout summary
  • Fixed tracking page’s last km pace unit to be pace unit (not speed unit)
  • Replaced current/average heart rate info with average speed/pace info in tracking page’s data view
  • Fixed altitude’s value in tracking page
  • Added delete button to workout summary
  • Enabled text prediction for workout summary’s description

Update: Known issues with autopause:

  • Indicator not working
  • Speed doesn’t always go to 0 even if autopause is functioning
  • Can take up to 10 seconds for autopause to react
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