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Strava adds directory to top apps that sync with its data

Published June 9, 2017
There are more than 18,000 Strava-connected apps available.

SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — Strava has added a directory to its website that shows a sampling of third-party apps that have sprung up recently that make use of users' Strava ride data.


The directory includes bike service apps like Feedback Sports' maintenance app, apps that create videos or 3D printout of ride profiles, and many others. The IFTT service also now includes a channel for Strava, creating a bridge between Strava and many other services so users can do things like post a Facebook update every time they finish a ride, or automatically brag on Twitter about breaking a friend's time on a segment. There are also many apps that allow in-depth analysis of Strava ride data.

The Strava directory contains 200 featured apps but there are more than 18,000 apps and related products available in the iOS and Android app stores.

“In the past few years, we’ve seen an explosion in the number of cool apps being developed by members of our community using Strava’s API,” said  Mateo A. Ortega, the head of Integration for Strava. “We created this directory to help our athletes find fun, useful and interesting ways to get more out of their Strava data, as well as to shine a light on these creative developers who are using Strava as a platform.” page1image11816 page1image11976 page1image12136 page1image12296 page1image12456 page1image12616 page1image12776 page1image12936

Topics associated with this article: Mobile bike apps

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