SportyPal 2.0.2 for Android

We’ve released a new update to SportyPal for Android, fixing several issues present in the previous version. Here’s what we’ve changed since the last update:

  • All Android 1.6 devices should now be able to run SportyPal.
  • The Sony SmartWatch should work better.
  • Fixed a bug that would prevent you from disabling heart rate monitoring on non-ANT+-capable devices if you were to enable it, then unpair all heart rate monitors before disabling it.
  • The Facebook settings screen now has an explanation for the account connection process and what to do if your posts stop appearing.
  • Bug fixes.
  • Crash fixes.
  • ANR fixes.

You can find SportyPal by searching for it on Google Play, or by scanning the QR code displayed here.

Note that if you are upgrading from a beta version of SportyPal Pro, you must first uninstall the previous version before installing this one.

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7 Comments on “SportyPal 2.0.2 for Android”

  1. shawn Says:

    why i can not sign up a new account in the web?it tell me

    • SportyPal Says:

      Make sure that the information you are entering is valid and that your username and password do not contain special characters like .

  2. Caligula Caligulae Says:

    The graphic for velocity is unusable. They start at infitite go down as the velocity increese. Please, correct this. This “errors” stand for very time and versions ago.

    • SportyPal Says:

      GPS-based speed can be quite inaccurate at times. Unfortunately, there’s not much we can do about this.

      • Caligula Caligulae Says:

        The speed data tracked with GPS, and uploaded to Sportypal, were correctly displayed on the Website, but not on the graphics at the Android App. So, this is not a GPS accurate problem but a plot one.

      • SportyPal Says:

        Unfortunately, we can’t reproduce the issue on our devices. Note that there may be a discrepancy between the device version and the website version due to different screen sizes and a different number of points used to calculate the speed averages. What device and Android version are you using?

      • Caligula Caligulae Says:

        The Android version is 2.2.1 over a Samsung Galaxy Spica, (GT-
        i5700) If you wish, i can send you a Screenshot.

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