Run.gps Trainer UV

Run.gps Trainer UV Pro 2.3.8

Monitor your sporting activity

If you're looking for a better way of organizing and monitoring your training regime then it's well worth taking a look at Run.gps Trainer UV. View full description

PROS

  • Measures lots of training data
  • Voice output
  • Export results to a range of formats
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Outlook synchronization

CONS

  • GPS usage can quickly drain battery
  • Settings and options a little overwhelming at first

Very good
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If you're looking for a better way of organizing and monitoring your training regime then it's well worth taking a look at Run.gps Trainer UV.

This high tech sports application for Windows Mobile utilizes your GPS connection to record lots of information about the activities you are doing. The large, colorful display in Run.gps Trainer UV displays data such as current speed, average speed, distance traveled, time elapsed, altitude, and calories. Not only this, but a computerized voice can also shout this information to you so you don't have to keep looking at the screen during your workout.

Run.gps Trainer UV is designed for a range of sports, from hiking to skiing, and its calculations vary according to what you're doing. You can even add new sports to the list via the 'Select Sport' menu.

The range of options and features in Run.gps Trainer UV is immense, to the point where it can be a little daunting to start with. Among its features are a heart rate monitor, route planner, and split function. The Training Log & Plan section of the program is incredible. Here, Run.gps Trainer UV automatically records all of your data, noting the date and time of everything you do and putting it into a calendar. You can even sync your planner with your Outlook calendar. Click on an activity entry and it will bring up all the stats for that particular piece of exercise. From here you can upload the results to the web portal, or export the data in a range of formats, including CSV, KML or GPX.

The main problem you'll notice with Run.gps Trainer UV is that it puts quite a strain on your battery because having GPS constantly switched on is pretty power-sapping. That said, if your PDA is on full charge when you start, you should have enough battery life to get you through even the most rigorous training sessions.

If you're a keen sportsman and want to keep tabs on your performance, Run.gps Trainer UV makes for a powerful training companion.

Changes

  • dd support for map “atlas” files
  • New languages Norwegian and Danish
  • Switch to magnetic compass when speed < 3 kph (Android version only, can be added in Windows Mobile on some devices like HTC HD2 by installing the "GPSMod" driver and selecting "use GPS heading value" in Run.GPS >> GPS Configuration)
  • Added new option in "GPS Configuration" set lets users
  • Add label “GPS-Sport configuration” in User Configuration dialog (this has caused some misunderstandings)
  • Add support for JPEG+XML map import (Android version, already present in Windows version)
  • When registering on GPS-Sport.net from mobile device, allow the same characters for user name and password as on web site
  • If GPS is not enabled when application starts, show an alert (Android version)
  • When you slide the map and then click in the spot where the slide movement started the placemark dialog will pop up on error - fixed
  • Add support for storing heart rate data (Android version only, already present in Windows Mobile version)
  • Avoid TRIAL version being outdated when LITE version has been used before (Android only)
  • Bug fix in voice output dialog: “placemarks” checkbox does not switch placemarks announcements
  • Minor bug fixes
Run.gps Trainer UV

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Run.gps Trainer UV Pro 2.3.8

— User reviews — about Run.gps Trainer UV

  • niapa

    by niapa

    "Run.gps Trainer UV, how to change display languages"

    So frustrated with this program, there is no way you can change the language setting. Read through the manual. There is ... More.

    reviewed on April 19, 2012