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I tried Strava a few years ago and didn’t love it. I’ve used several running apps over the years. The one I have used consistently over the last 4 years has been Runkeeper. I have a few friends on Strava and I thought I’d try it again because I like the social aspect of sharing with friends. Strava has a lot of nice data and it seems that their paid service revolves more around training plans rather than focused on just giving you more data. This makes sense to me. I really want to like this app! I use an Apple Watch but also carry my phone. The watch app starts up pretty fast so that’s a plus. My main issues with Strava is that I have to go to the website in order to add my shoes so I can track the mileage. This seems silly. I can’t find a reason for it. I don’t want extra steps to get the app set up I also have a big issue with the app not showing me two decimal places for mileage. This is beyond silly. It’s just dumb. Runner like stats. We don’t want to have to log on to the website to get info that should be available on the app. Isn’t the entire point of an application to be self contained? The app is good but be aware that setup will take you 10 extra minutes and that viewing stats will be something that you will have to set aside time to do AFTER your run.
I’ve used Strava for many years, I’ve been running for about 9 years now and I always use it to train for my races. I love the social aspect and I’ve never had an issue with the GPS when using my phone. I recently got an Apple Watch series 3, the main purpose being for exercise. I wanted to ditch the heavy phone and run with something lighter. I also was excited about moving to Bluetooth headphones to avoid the phone/cord situation and the hands free aspect was really appealing. Not to mention the Apple Watch also tracks heart rate and other things that my iPhone didn’t do. However, I’ve been really disappointed in the connection between my Apple Watch and Strava. My runs are totally off, it often gets the distances wrong, misses huge chunks of my runs, and records my runs as if I had gone way faster. I thought that this was a flaw in the watch but I have friends who have tried other apps with success. I also thought this was a matter of having the data plan, but I switched over to the one with data and I’m still having issues. I would love to see them make improvement in this realm. I’m so excited about the convenience of my watch and I want to keep using Strava, so I’m hoping to see some upgrades soon!
I downloaded this app a few months ago because I thought I would like it, I don’t, but that’s beside the point. I signed up through Facebook and when I decided I wanted to cancel I had to go through the most ridiculous, absurd process to get them to stop charging me. Because I signed up via Facebook I didn’t have an email address/password to cancel my account. Okay. Fine. I’ll just call them, right? Wrong. I had to submit a request to speak to someone via email who took FORVER to respond to me and eventually got them to send me a link to cancel my account. But that’s not the worst of it. I’ve been hanging out for months thinking I had fully canceled my account (which I did) to find out that they have somehow started charging my boyfriend’s credit card?! I NEVER gave them that information, my boyfriend never created an account, and neither of us have any clue how this happened. I tried to log back in thinking that maybe I screwed up the cancelation process. Nope. When I put in my login info the system rejects it saying that the email is not on file. EVEN WORSE they don’t have a number I can call, and you have to be able to login to submit a request to speak to someone via email! This is an INCREDIBLY untrustworthy, skeezy company. I have no idea how to fix this other than having my poor boyfriend cancel his credit card. Wish me luck, and please stay away from Strava.
Seriously, Strava you have just about every conceivable feature and aspect of a great running/biking app. Great social interaction, widespread usage, which makes the segment portion great almost everywhere I run/bike, and the BEST analytics. I have been waiting in vain for years for you to add ANY sort of interval training with distance, time, and heart rate. I would accept just a simple timer in the app, but audio cues for speed/HR/timers/distance and customizable training plans would be preferred. People might think with the paid version they would get it, but they would be wrong. Since this MAJOR OVERSIGHT has been noted by people on your forums, you know about it, but are willfully ignoring us, your users. I have almost reached my breaking point and am about to give up hope and switch to Runkeeper or <gasp> Nike. It feels like the Benedict thing to do, but I CANNOT WAIT FOR YOU FOREVER! The saddest part will be leaving all my Strava friends behind for literally any other app that has this, simply because you refuse to add such a staple of training: INTERVALS. This is my last ditch effort to get ANY SORT of interval training in Strava, but if you don’t add it soon I am done with you 😢. Seriously Strava, DON’T MAKE ME LEAVE YOU!!! I LOVE THE REST OF THE APP TOO MUCH!
A lot of my riding buddies use it and have asked me to install it. I just want something for free and can track my rides with elevation profiles and speed. Strava seems to do that and a lot more, especially ads that keeps hounding you to upgrade to the premium version. Cool thing is that it can record your movements with GPS and can be set up with privacy in mind. Here are a bunch of thing that bug me about this app: 1) the Feed is kind of confusing sometimes. It takes sometime to get use to on what is what, especially the stupid ads are mixed in. 2) the header part of the app where you have links or buttons. They're hard to press and a lot of the times, the don't work. A good example is the bell on the Feed. You have to press it numerous times or just let your thumb sit there for a few seconds to get you to a notification screen. 3) settings and other setups require so many steps to set up the app or to start a recording process. I wish there's a non-paid app without any advertisements that can give you GPS tracking on a map with speed and elevation without all the bloated crap that comes with Strava. To bad there's none out there at the moment.
Developed by the Strava, Inc.,
who have also released the following apps Strava: Run, Ride, Swim .
Strava: Run, Ride, Swim has 96 062 user reviews.
Strava: Run, Ride, Swim has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Strava: Run, Ride, Swim (134.0.0) was released on Jan 22, 2020.
You can download Strava: Run, Ride, Swim here:.
Track your fitness activity with Strava. Record your run, map a cycling route & analyse your training with all the stats – for free!
Whether you're training for a marathon or simply love taking your bike out for a ride, turn your smartphone or GPS watch into a sophisticated tracker with Strava. Join millions of athletes and active people and reach your fitness goals!
3 Ways to Train Smarter with Strava
TRACK & ANALYSE: Get key stats like distance,
pace, speed, elevation gained & calories burned
NEW ROUTES & MAPS: Mix up your training with the world's largest trail network
CHALLENGE & COMPETE: Push yourself with monthly Challenges & compete with others
Compare your running, cycling and swimming performance over time
Segment leaderboard: see how you fare on popular stretches of road or trail
Track your progress & analyse your performance on your iPhone, Apple Watch, or pretty much any GPS device out there! Use your Garmin, FitBit or Polar..
CONNECT & SHARE
Record your bike ride on your Strava feed so friends & followers can comment & share their own
Join Clubs of brands, teams and friends for activities & growing communities
Show off your route & share photos of your adventures
Get customisable training & workout plans. Run that marathon or set your own distance, time or segment goals
Get live feedback to help you train safer & perform better
Dive deep into your data with advanced analysis & extensive performance metrics
It doesn't stop with running or cycling, you can track a whole range of sports with Strava:
• Gym training
• Rock Climb
...and many more!
Strava uses HealthKit to export your Strava activities into the Health app and to read heart rate and biometric data.
Additional web-only features, including route building, clubs and group activities, are available to all Strava athletes at www.strava.com
Every athlete has a goal, and Summit is designed to help you reach yours. Pick the pack that suits you best, or get the best experience (and the best deal!) by adding all three.
Training: All the tools and insights you need to reach your goal and train smarter.
Safety: Explore new roads and trails, all with peace of mind from Beacon.
Analysis: Get more insight from your dedicated GPS device, heart rate monitor or power meter.
Strava Summit single packs are available with a monthly or annual subscription or you can subscribe to all three packs and receive a discounted price.
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