Strava has announced three new updates to its mobile app, which will allow users to share photos, analyze previous performance data and revised leaderboards.
Here are some of details:
• Strava Photos Strava members have already shared millions of photos by linking their Instagram accounts to recorded activities, but you can now attach as many photos as you like to your activities directly from your mobile camera app or photo album.
• My Recent Efforts This allows you to analyse and compare your past segment performances directly from a mobile device.
• Improved leaderboards Redesigned mobile leaderboards now give you easier access to segment rankings among the athletes you follow, your Clubs and the entire Strava community. If you’re a Strava Premium member you can now also access personalised leaderboards from your mobile devices, allowing quick comparisons to other Strava athletes of the same weight or age.
With the exception of the updated Premium leaderboards, the updated app is available for immediate download for free at Apple’s App Store or Google Play.
The leaderboards are available to Premium members for $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year.
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