Thanks for your great tool!
What do you think about an Export to
https://runalyze.com - it's a powerful open-source-tool for analyzing
sport activities esp. running.
I'm changing your question to idea, better suitable for voting.
I'm the co-creator of RUNALYZE: Currently we have no API. But as soon as we have one it should be easy for any service to add an automatic export to Runalyze
Thank you Michael,
in future, when there will exists any API and you will be interested in support for your service in Locus, let me know here. If API will be easy to implements and at least a few people will be interested here, I see no problem.
As you already export to Strava it should be easy to implement our API - Our API is live now so we can allow the first apps to push activities to runalyze.com. Drop a short message to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give you some more information :)
Great news! Looking forward to skip the export/import step in between :-)
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Would be interested!
I'm glad to announce that in next version of Locus Map app will be Runalyze added as another service suitable for track export. Enjoy it.
Thanks for the effort!
Thank you, Menion! I look forward to using this new feature! It'll be great to have the ability to easily transfer tracks from Locus Map to Runalyze.
Runalyze provides excellent analysis and statistics (and a place to store tracks in the cloud).
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I am not interested
not sure to answer here :). Is this new feature not working as expected? Then please create a new issue here on help desk and I'll gladly look at it.
Hi there. May I ask one wish regarding locus and runalyze? The export is working stable.
I know it's covered in another topic already, but a way to practically use rounds / having a pause function would make it a winner :-)
I mention it here as runalyze devs are hopefully reading here, too. Intervalltraining in a convenient way...
It would be possible to use track points as pause marks, but that would need runalyze to process these. Else it could be locus to support pauses. Don't know what's less work?!
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