Active Fitness adds a new feature with its latest update, that only existed in desktop apps previously. Now any Universal app user can export trails to GPX and KML. Simply open a trail in Active Fitness and in the menu select Save as GPX or KML.
We recently updated Active Fitness app to add support for additional languages. In addition to multi-lingual support in English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese, we also added: Korean, Dutch, Danish, Polish, Arabic, Hebrew, Bulgarian, Czech, Greek, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Malay, Norwegian, Romanian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Serbian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese. More languages are coming! We believe that sport speaks all languages.
Active Fitness launches a Universal app on Windows 10, bringing a large and small screen versions to users with one beautifully crafted responsive user interface. Active Fitness is a sports social network that quickly expanded to two million users in the last two years. Now Windows PC, tablets, phones, as well as iOS and Android users can now use the app with a great visual experience, including 3D trails, action photos, social network. You can download a universal version of the app for Windows devices, as well as iOS and Android from here.
Gorgeous 3D Trails
Active Fitness brings gorgeous 3D trails to those who love running, hiking, walking, skiing or snowboarding. There’s more than half a million trails now in Active Fitness from all over the world, and all 500,000+ trails you can view in 3D!
Want to share your trail with your friends? Active Fitness makes it really easy with social sharing.
With its latest update Active Fitness brings weight tracker in addition to an already comprehensive set of tools for fitness. The weight tracker is cleanly and well designed, and adds powerful charts and history tracking for your weight goals. Best part of Active Fitness solution is that it automatically synchronizes your tracking data with all devices you log into.
At the largest developer event in San Francisco //BUILD 2016 Active Fitness demonstrated how it can expand Microsoft Band with 50+ activities and add skiing and snowboarding to the device. Microsoft recorded a video interview with Kevin about how we worked with Microsoft Band team to make it happen: