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[Google play] Runtastic Road Bike PRO *FREE* (Was 4.99$)

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Nice find there OP!
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+1 Installed even tho not much of a fan of Runtastic apps just given by how much they separate apps by activities.
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Nice find and thanks for the heads up OP!
Got one ; )
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Nice find. Grabbed it as well...
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thanks OP. guess i should go buy a bike now
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darrenmak wrote: Is this any better than Strava?
The question you want to ask is "which app is better for me?" It really depends on what you are using it for. Here's a couple of high-level reasons to pick each.

Strava
Want to compete with others - you can also keep all of your activities private in Strava if you don't want to/don't care about competing with others
Want to keep all my activities tracked in a single app - biking & running are the primary sports though, far more data available for them than other activities

Runtastic
Want to keep track of my own activities only (i.e. not interested as much in the social aspect)
Don't mind using different apps for different activities. As zjhehe mentioned, they have different apps for different sports.
Want a little more data for individual activities, closer to a personal trainer


Each have their pros and cons. Just need to pick the one that is right for you.
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brghunter wrote: The question you want to ask is "which app is better for me?" It really depends on what you are using it for. Here's a couple of high-level reasons to pick each.

Strava
Want to compete with others - you can also keep all of your activities private in Strava if you don't want to/don't care about competing with others
Want to keep all my activities tracked in a single app - biking & running are the primary sports though, far more data available for them than other activities

Runtastic
Want to keep track of my own activities only (i.e. not interested as much in the social aspect)
Don't mind using different apps for different activities. As zjhehe mentioned, they have different apps for different sports.
Want a little more data for individual activities, closer to a personal trainer


Each have their pros and cons. Just need to pick the one that is right for you.
Can you load a Strava GPX into Runtastic? Or can the reverse direction work to share data?
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It looks like it's free for iPhones too in the App Store:

Road Bike Pro: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/runtast ... 29333?mt=8

I've used the Mountain BIke Pro app for some time and I like it. I'm not sure what's different about the Road Bike one.
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Jucius Maximus wrote: Can you load a Strava GPX into Runtastic? Or can the reverse direction work to share data?
Yes, you can manually upload or download a gpx file in either platform. Not sure about how it's done in Runtastic, but you need to do this via the web interface on Strava. It can't be done via the app (at least not in Android, not 100% sure about iOS).

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