It has been almost a year since the popular fitness tracking service, Endomondo, updated their Windows Phone app. Back in January they published a post on their blog to announce that an update would be coming in April. Last month they published another post to reiterate that the update will be coming in April. Today they are taking the final step by asking for beta testers.
On Facebook they have asked for Windows Phone 8 users to sign up to test the beta version of the upcoming update. If you would like to test it out you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your Microsoft Account ID included. Within a week you should be sent a link to download the beta. To help test the app simply use it as much as you can.
Endomondo says the first release this year will be focused on getting the app up to date so they have a solid foundation to build on. This should hopefully make it much easier for them to update the app more often and keep it on par with Android and iOS. Some of the specific features we’ll see include better stability, updated navigation and design, ability to run in background, and two-way history sync.
Do you use Endomondo? What fitness tracking apps do you use?