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Windows Phone apps that are pretty good at tracking and exporting your data

Caledos Runner
FREE

"A fast and fluid running app..."

Directly Integrated

Run.GPS
$5.99

"The perfect tool for outdoor sports."

Directly Integrated

Track Runner
FREE

"For runners that don't compromise".

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Caledos Runner

Caledos Runner is an easy-to-use running app that supports Bluetooth SMART devices and SensorCore technology. It has an intuitive interface, a quick GPS fix, and provides audio cues in 9 languages.

Direct Integration

Caledos can export your runs to Smashrun straight from the app. Runs are sent as JSON objects so the data quality is really tight.

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. Within the Caledos app, go to Settings > Share
  2. Select Smashrun and login to your account to enable sharing.
  3. Click 'share' after a run to send to Smashrun
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Run.GPS

Run.GPS uses a high precision algorithm to generate accurate recordings of outdoor activities. It's so accurate, it can be used for navigation by runners, hikers, and cyclists.

Direct Integration

Run.GPS can export your runs to Smashrun straight from the app. Runs are sent as GPX files, but the developers have ensured that manual pauses are delineated, so that the data is good.

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. Register on Smashrun to get your login credentials.
  2. In Run.GPS > select the Main Menu > Online Services > Synchronize to Portal > Upload to Smashrun.com
  3. After finishing a run > click on Main Menu > Training Log > select your run > Upload to portal > Upload
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Track Runner

Track Runner is the most popular Windows Phone app for runners. It's free and it has a comprehensive feature set, including HR and cadence support, interval workouts, and a virtual pacer.

Score Breakdown

  • Encodes pauses
  • Exports both GPX and TCX
  • Exports via email
  • Exports non-resampled file
  • Reliable data

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. In Track Runner settings, go to the 'sync' tab and enter username@smashrunimport.com.
  2. When you complete a run, go to the diary.
  3. Select the workout(s) you want to export and click export to automatically upload to Smashrun.

Run The Map
FREE

"A route recorder for your outdoor activities."

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Endomondo
FREE

"Make fitness fun with this personal trainer and social fitness partner."

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SportsTracker
FREE

“Turn your iphone into a social sports computer.”

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Run The Map

Analyze your ride, improve your performances and stay motivated thanks to this app loaded with features!

Score Breakdown

  • Doesn't encode pauses
  • Exports GPX
  • Exports via email
  • Exports non-resampled file
  • Reliable data

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. After completing your run, save it, and click on the 'share' icon.
  2. Choose the option: 'Email (GPX)' and send it to username@smashrunimport.com.
  3. Remember to allow import via email from any address on your settings page or whitelist the sender email.
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Endomondo

Endomondo can track any distance-based activity and cross-training activities. It also offers a premium version which enables runners to create their own training plans.

Score Breakdown

  • Doesn't encode pauses
  • Exports both GPX and TCX
  • Doesn't export via email
  • Exports non-resampled file
  • Reliable data

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. After completing your run, login to the Endomondo website and view your latest run.
  2. In the subsequent page, mouse over 'More Options' above the map, and click 'Export'.
  3. Choose either TCX or GPX, and save it locally.
  4. Log in to your Smashrun account and mouse over the gear icon on the top-right of Overview.
  5. Click 'Import file' and select your Endomondo file to be imported.
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SportsTracker

SportsTracker specializes in running activities. It allows you to set up zone alarms for HR-training and stores all of your exercise data in an online workout diary.

Score Breakdown

  • Doesn't encode pauses
  • Exports GPX
  • Doesn't export via email
  • Exports non-resampled file
  • Reliable data

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. After completing your run, login to the Sports-tracker.com website and view your latest run.
  2. Click 'Export' near the top-right nav.
  3. Log in to your Smashrun account and mouse over the gear icon on the top-right of Overview.
  4. Click 'Import file' and select your SportsTracker file to be imported.
Apps that we don't recommend due to data issues

Running Mate
$1.99

"A running app that doesn't store or transfer your data to remote servers."

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MapMyRun
FREE

"Built to help all runners, joggers, and walkers of all ability levels and ages..."

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Running Mate

Running Mate is a GPS-based fitness app which helps you track and analyze your workouts. It is developed with user privacy in mind.

Score Breakdown

  • Doesn't encode pauses
  • Exports GPX
  • Doesn't export via email
  • Exports non-resampled file
  • Unreliable data

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. After saving your run, within the app, select it from the History page.
  2. Click the GPX icon at the bottom of the app and sign in to your OneDrive account > then select Export.
  3. Log in to OneDrive > select NabMo Media > Running Mate > Exports > select your latest run for download.
  4. Log in to your Smashrun account and mouse over the gear icon on the top-right of Overview.
  5. Click 'Import file' and select your Running Mate file to be imported.
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MapMyRun

Considered to be one of the easiest running apps to use, MapMyRun can track your runs while also providing route navigation and an online log of your diet.

Score Breakdown

  • Doesn't encode pauses
  • Exports TCX
  • Doesn't export via email
  • Exports non-resampled file
  • Unreliable data

How to import your data into Smashrun:

  1. After saving your run, login to MapMyRun's website and click on your latest run within your Activity Feed.
  2. In the subsequent page, click on the TCX button in the summary section to save it locally.
  3. Log in to your Smashrun account and mouse over the gear icon on the top-right of Overview.
  4. Click 'Import file' and select your MapMyRun file to be imported.