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Selfloops mission is to allow sport lovers and professionals to be in control of their fitness activities.
We support all your sensors with the ANT+, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy standards.
SelfLoops key features are:
- an advanced performance analysis platform, your activities can be uploaded with one click to the Selfloops website (http://www.selfloops.com)
-Telemetry platform, with the ability to stream your activities in real-time
- A social dimension, with the ability to share your trainings and telemetry in the main social networks.
We support ANT+™ sensors such as heart rate monitors, Bike and Speed cadence sensors, Bike power sensors (SRM, CycleOps PowerTap, Power2Max, Quarq) , Stride sensors, Weight Scales.
Visit http://www.thisisant.com/directory/selfloops/ for a list of compatible sensors.
Our application supports devices that have ANT+ (e.g. Sony Xperia Active) and Android devices where ANT+ can be enabled with an external ANT USB stick.
If you want to enable ANT+ in your Android device, please read our how-to guide:
Furthermore, we support any heart rate monitor using the latest Bluetooth LE standard and the Zephyr Bluetooth heart rate monitor.
Your activities can be analyzed in our website. You can share your activities by email, to DropBox, or any other service that accepts the standard format for fitness files TCX. You own the data and you can do whatever you want with them. You can also share your summaries in Facebook and Twitter. And if you perform a telemetry, you can post the link to Facebook and Twitter to let your friends follow you during a live training session.
This application is ANT+ certified. Selfloops is a member of the ANT+ Alliance.
*ANT+ is a trademark of Dynastream Innovations, Inc.
To know more: http://www.selfloops.com
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3.8 several improvements,full laps support
3.7 Bugs corrections
3.6 Added Italiano and Español versions
3.5 added smart recording for the speed/cadence sensor