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Strava: Run, Ride, Swim Review Breakdowns

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First Seen 498 days ago
Last Seen 490 days ago
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starva 1
strata 2
cycling 3
strava 4
strava: run ride swim 5

Downloads

Jul, 2020
Worldwide
99K

Revenue

Jul, 2020
Worldwide
$757K

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Description

Track your fitness activity with Strava. Record your run, map a cycling route & analyse your training with all the stats – for free! Whether you're training for a marathon or simply love taking your bike out for a ride, turn your smartphone or GPS watch into a sophisticated tracker with Strava. Join millions of athletes and active people and reach your fitness goals! 3 Ways to Train Smarter with Strava TRACK & ANALYSE: Get key stats like distance, pace, speed, elevation gained & calories burned NEW ROUTES & MAPS: Mix up your training with the world's largest trail network CHALLENGE & COMPETE: Push yourself with monthly Challenges & compete with others PERFORMANCE Compare your running, cycling and swimming performance over time Segment leaderboard: see how you fare on popular stretches of road or trail Track your progress & analyse your performance on your iPhone, Apple Watch, or pretty much any GPS device out there! Use your Garmin, FitBit or Polar.. CONNECT & SHARE Record your bike ride on your Strava feed so friends & followers can comment & share their own Join Clubs of brands, teams and friends for activities & growing communities Show off your route & share photos of your adventures STRAVA SUBSCRIPTION Get customizable training & workout plans. Run that marathon or set your own distance, time or segment goals Get live feedback to help you train safer & perform better Dive deep into your data with advanced analysis & extensive performance metrics It doesn't stop with running or cycling, you can track a whole range of sports with Strava: • Swim • Hike • Crossfit • Gym training • Kayak • Rock Climb • Surf • Yoga ...and many more! Strava uses HealthKit to export your Strava activities into the Health app and to read heart rate and biometric data. You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account. Payment will be charged to iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renew may be turned off after purchase by going to the 'Manage Subscription' page in settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. The subscription will renew at the same cost. Terms of service: https://www.strava.com/legal/terms Privacy policy: https://www.strava.com/legal/privacy

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Reviews

App lacks many useful features
Horrorfilmguy on 2020-08-03
No way to flag activities and no way to change gear from the app. So every run I get an email saying it’s time to buy new shoes because the ones I added when I created an account in 2016 have logged however many thousand miles. How difficult would it be to add this feature to the app? And since we all either use the app or a smart watch to track an activity, I don’t see a reason not to be able to flag activity from it. I used to regularly commute to work along a train path, and the leaders would always be in the 30-40mph range, incidentally exactly the speed of the train. Same with many of my trail runs, where they would have splits exceeding 4 min/mi. Yet to flag, one would have to get to their computer, find the activity and segment(s), and flag that way. That’s way too much friction, so leaderboards are skewed. It also wouldn’t be terribly difficult to implement an auto-flag feature for when someone is faster than a certain threshold of the mean (3-sigma maybe?) or names their activity something other than its classification (“early morning ride” or “bike” on a run, for example). Pull the activity from leaderboards just like a regular flag. I’m ambivalent to the paid features. I don’t need Strava to track my goals, effort or training, and I don’t care how I stack up against others in my age and weight class. But if you need that then you do you. Though let’s be honest here, Strava’s business model and likely major revenue stream involves monetizing users’ freely-provided activity data. I can’t imagine Premium bringing in much for them. l don’t know anyone who uses their computer for Strava; we live in a mobile world, so there’s no reason to restrict full functionality to the website.
Functionality is going downhill, not that strava can measure it
Hair_david on 2020-08-03
Okay so this is a bit of a rage review. I've been using strava pretty dilligently for about 2 years. It's been mostly great, showing timed splits and elevation gain to give a good granular sense of what happened during a workout. It's really all I wanted, since I don't intend on getting heart rate monitor. However, lately strava has been goofing up on time elapsed, distance gone, maybe my actual location? Not sure. But it'll take a good half-mile for the app to figure out that I've started moving, even after manually starting a workout and confirming that my location is correct. It will also just stop registering that I'm still moving in the middle of a workout, paradoxically showing my location way off of the blue line while the timer is still running. This throws off all the calculations for timing and honestly is pretty disheartening that I don't have an accurate record of my efforts. I know strava gets is revenue from user data, but why am I using this broken app if it isn't even giving me the data it has advertised? How reliable is the background data being collected? At this point, I might as well go back to using the timer and maps apps built in to iOS, since I'm already using them to figure out what strava did wrong in the first place.
Love this App! Don’t love the ads!
Ase7689' on 2020-08-03
I started using the app about a month over month ago and it automatically said if you choose to your subscribe at $59.99 a year. I was happy with a month-long trial, and pretty sure I was going to subscribe anyway. Pros: Stats are killer. Elevation gain, speed during segments, segments themselves, heart rate, comparisons, etc. Connects to my watch and other apps. I can record workouts without opening the app. If I want to open the app, it has a great dashboard while recording! YESS! Personal Records are like a built in cheerleader and/or coach for the everyday person or skilled athlete to track whether they’re getting better or now. The joy in beating PR’s = tiny release of dopamine. Bottoms up, cycling peeps. Cons: Through the trial, the ads for said trial kept popping up and, whether I wanted to subscribe or not, I wish I could’ve turned them off. They’re just really irritating, especially for me who I was planning on signing up anyway. Fast forward, my subscription went through automatically through my iTunes, which I’m stoked about; However, I still don’t have access to any of the upgrade features and the ADS ARE STILL THERE!!! So dev team! What would you have me do?
Steals your money
Jeno258 on 2020-08-03
Horrible company to work with. Signed up to try the app after it had been recommended to me. It informed me that I would need to cancel before x date in order to not be charged for the subscription. As that date approached I tried canceling me free trial but it didn’t seem to be working. I googled how to cancel the “automatic renewal” but the instructions were not clear. Anyway I couldn’t figure out how to cancel it. I tried finding a number to call for help - no number. Only an online “help” submission form. I filled it out two separate times and got no response either time. I told them specifically that I wanted to cancel before I was charged and to please help me. No response. Today I was charged the $64 for the subscription that I did not want. I have tried submitting the form for a third time and still haven’t heard anything back. Absolutely horrible customer service and really not happy with their lack of support. Now more than ever, when people are struggling financially and using exercise as a form of release, I’m really disappointed with the way this company operates. Would not recommend them to anyone.
Was a good app. Now many problems and no support
Galinde on 2020-08-03
I really loved this app and I’ll still use it, but how the mighty have fallen. There are now multiple problems with this app: 1-Elevation figures for bike rides displayed on Strava are totally erroneous and vary significantly with the real elevation of the ride as well as the elevation displayed on the app on my bike that is quite accurate. There is no way to fix this despite Strava’s claims to the contrary. 2-Two bike rides over the same exact route, with almost identical speeds, elevation, heart rate, distance, time, and power, etc., will yield totally different effort scores. 3-Even though the Strava program thinks they’re there because it won’t let me upload the activity in a FIT file, stating it’s a duplicate, I cannot find any rides done with Zwift on my Strava dashboard. I have submitted multiple support requests on these issues to Strava support and have yet to get a response. This company has really gone downhill.
Really disappointing updates
JimJoe Donut on 2020-08-03
Strava has been promising the world to its paying members but still is lacking all the features I actually want. I been using Strava since 2016 and just started paying for it at the beginning of this year to see if they would actually step up there game and offer useful features that seamlessly sync and work properly together. Well, it suffices to say they failed and I’m finally cancelling my membership. I will reactivate my membership if they “at least” make the app on the phone and on the Apple Watch run in sync with each other. I want to be able to use my watch for the sensor for heart rate, speed and, time and also use the phone map to see where I’m actually going. Just like the underarmour map my ride app that actually does... with the FREE version I might add.. sorry Strava. You been failing me for some time now not syncing correctly.
used to be alright. now it crashes every 20 miles.
Biz Casual on 2020-08-03
i want to like strava. i *really* do. i've got thousands of miles logged. i've been using it for years now. lately though, if i so much as leave the app for 2 minutes to change a song, it crashes. it doesn't even save the record of my ride before doing so. utterly infuriating when you're 25 miles into a 30 mile record ride. at this point strava making it through an entire ride is no longer the norm. going to start looking elsewhere because this makes me so angry and totally destroys my motivation. before this i was finding ways to cope with the truly BS funneling of free features into a subscription-only access model--especially when other apps offer those things AND MORE FOR FREE--but between these two things this app is turning into a real loser real fast. Goodbye Strava.
Charging for features that were free b4
xTomxShanksX on 2020-08-03
I’m not going to pay for any subscription when the features we use to access were free. It’s sad that the heads of the app decided to get greedy as opposed to sourcing adds and keeping it free. Common guys. I’m no one and I thought of that one all by myself. Keep the advice at no charge or..... it will be $60 every year for the use of the idea. Doesn’t seem right you say? Exactly what all of the old users of this app feel like. We made Strava what it is. With our hiking, walking, running, swimming, cycling, MTB etc. groups and the word of mouth that kept this app on the map. I’ll be looking for a new app as this app also has trouble linking with Garmins, Apple Watch and other smart watches. I’ve lost data on a bad sync and it’s not worth $60 to have an app this weak. Have a good day.
Bait and switch
John @ Gmail on 2020-08-03
Strava took years of goodwill and killed it with this latest update. They need to make money; I get it. But taking away functionality that has been part of the basic app for years is ill advised. They want us to pay to even see our own prior rides!!! I’m out. Looking for a new training partner. Update 1: turn off your data feed. No reason to continue to give them the data they want you to pay for. Update 2: Jumbo: Privacy did a similar move and took existing functionality and moved it into the paid app. However, Jumbo allowed its existing users to keep the functionality and made the change effective for new customers. Jumbo A+, Strava F. Learn Strava. Many of your legacy users that made you so popular are now vocal critics.
Hate to say, but Strava is a 1 star app
Ajones2009 on 2020-08-03
I originally rated Strava 3 stars, but after repeatedly failing to capture GPS data during my runs (and failing to even import the amount of time I ran) I have to give the app a 1 star rating. All of the features in the app - paid and free - are contingent on the ability to record time and distance. Without that the app is utterly useless. I wrote into support asking to help since Strava has now failed to record GPS data on 4 of my last 5 runs. It’s been over a week with no response, which leads me to believe that management at Strava is completely inept. Instead of stuffing the app with useless monetization features focus on making your app performant - otherwise all of the up-sells in the world won’t keep you in business.

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