With the 2.8 update to Control iOS we added the ability to create short videos of your track! See how it works.
With our latest Control App update we have implemented one of users’ top feature requests: Suunto Sync.
Now our users can track their workout with their Suunto watch and easily import the workout directly from Suunto’s services. Suunto Sync also allows user using Sports Tracker to import their workouts to Control App.
We ran a user survey roughly from beginning of February to April. The goal was to understand what people get out from our app and what would they like to see next. Here are the results.
Our app for the Apple Watch has looked pretty much the same since 2018 since it was introduced to the world. Now the next generation is here.
Recently, Apple launched their first MacBooks running with their own M1 processor with the brand new Big Sur macOS 11. These new machines have the possibility of running iOS apps on Mac for the first time. So Control app can be installed on a Mac.
Control supports various ways of importing your orienteering course GPS tracks for post race analysis. As all features may not be familiar to all users, we want to break down all the ways you can track your route and plot in on a map.
DOMA (Digital Orienteering Map Archive) is a service that has existed quite some time for orienteering map storing and now we are finally supporting it in Control app! We have been working hard for the past few weeks to deliver this feature, and now finally it is released. Let me walk you through this feature.
There are several important updates that we’ve made to Control in recent versions 2.2.1 and 2.2.2. The version numbers might be small but changes are actually quite significant for iPad users. We have now multiple window support, better trackpad/mouse support and more keyboard shortcuts!