If you have followed phones in recent years, you know that Nokia were scoring big with their handsets roughly all the way until the iPhone came out. And if you've followed apps, you know that Sports Tracker was the ultimate sports app for your fitness-obsessed folk out there – giving you all possible stats about your walk, run or cycle. All of this beauty was available for Symbian – the hot platform of the time – and backed by Nokia. But as Espoo slowly shifted away from the platform, the engineers that are behind Sports Tracker decided to start their own company and now announced their decision to port the fitness application to iOS and Android.
So much for our retrospection, but a quick look at the actual functionality of Sports Tracker reveals that it basically transforms your cell phone into a GPS sports machine and also makes you a part of a bigger active community. One, which shares everything sports-related like interesting cycling or skiing routes. The app will be entering final testing stages soon, so expect to see it soon on the App Store and the Android Market.