Endomondo is a mobile and web app where people can track and share their workouts – including running, biking, cycling and hiking - with friends.
What Endomondo Does Well
Endomondo uses single sign-on for Android and iOS to streamline the registration process, so that a user does not need to create a new username and password.|
Endomondo uses location (GeoPoints on the workout object) to display workout routes, which appear as rich maps on a user's timeline. The app also calculates and shows workout metrics – including total distance, average speed and calories burnt – to create more interesting stories.
|Endomondo associates a sport object – such as running, biking, cycling and hiking – with each workout, allowing them to determine a user's last workout and top sports.|
|Endomondo provides a simple control to manage sharing to Facebook.|
Endomondo complements its mobile app with a desktop web app where users can analyze their own workout statistics.|
Through the Endomondo activity feed, users can find friends who recently joined and follow their workouts, which starts conversations and encourages sharing.
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Since launching with Open Graph in March, Endomondo has seen traffic from Facebook increase by more than 75% and the number of workouts shared daily on Facebook grow by over 150%.