Compare Workouts and Activities

Workout Compare is now up and running on . See up to four workouts side by side in order to see trends or differences over time. If you did a neighborhood loop a month ago, compare your pace and route side by side so you can see how all of your workouts are paying off. Also, compare heart rate charts and more to have a complete and holistic view of your progress. To use:

  1. Upgrade to Fitdigits Star Membership.
  2. Login to my.fitdigits.com
  3. Click on “Activities”, and scroll down to “Activities List”,
  4. If you have a Star Membership, you should see checkboxes next to each workout. Select up to 4 activities you want to compare, then click “Compare Activities” in the header.

    Choose up to 4 workouts to compare

    Choose up to 4 workouts to compare

You now can view all of the activities stats side by side to compare. Click and drag any of the workouts to change the order they appear, and click the “x” to remove the activity.Compare your workouts side by side

Multi-Route Mapping

We Fitdigits users are a loyal bunch. No matter where in the world we go, Fitdigits and their workouts come along with them. Now all Star members can view the different locations we’ve worked out in the world on one easy to navigate map. Login to my.fitdigits.com, click Activities > Routes.

Choose the appropriate date range in the upper right, and you will see your beautiful map below, showing all the different activities mapped out. From there you can zoom in, zoom out, check out the details. Fun stuff!

See your tracks all over the world!

See your tracks all over the world!

Zoom in to see the detail

Zoom in to see the detail

Enabling Location Services on Your Android

 View for iOS

Make sure you have a direct line to the sky to get satellite readings for GPS / Location services. If you are having trouble with location services (GPS) on Android, some things to try:
1. Restart the app (hard close fully, not just background, then re-open).
2. Lower the filter quality to weak (Menu > Sensors > GPS > Accuracy Filter set to Weak).
3. Try cycling the GPS sensor, off then on. We’ve seen GPS get hung up before and that fixed it. On your phone (on most androids) you can drag notification bar down and see the on/off toggles for wifi/gps/network etc.
4. If you are tracking outdoor activity with iCardio or iRunner on your Android, make sure you have location services turned on. To do so:

1. Go to your Android Settings
2. Choose “Security & Location”

3. Make sure all of your location options are turned on

4. Check the App-level permissions and make sure they are on for the apps

5. Open the Fitdigits app and tap Menu > Settings > My Sensors and Turn Location on.

6. If you are having trouble acquiring GPS, you might try adjusting the Accuracy Filter to Weak, which will allow the app to read weaker and less accurate readings in satellites and remote areas.

7. Start your Fitdigits workout!

Note not all Androids are exactly alike – the screens and areas above may vary. If you have any questions, please contact Customer Support.

Please also check that your location settings are set to High accuracy. Settings > Additional Settings > Privacy > Location > Set to High Accuracy.

Within the app itself, you can allow the app to use less accurate readings by changing the location services setting to Weak. You may find the distance/pace isn’t as accurate but for areas where signal strength is low it can help.

 

Please Disable any Power Saving Mode, Battery Management apps or other 3rd party power/battery managers:

Especially for Samsung users, but also other devices as well. Please check that Samsung Power Savings Mode or other Power saving modes are turned off when exercising and tracking activities if you intend to track while the app is backgrounded. Typically if they are on, they will disable any GPS tracking after a short period if the app is backgrounded.

Samsung: Battery settings > App power saving > Details > iCardio/iRunner etc > Disabled

LG — Settings > Battery & Power saving > Battery usage > Ignore optimizations > turn ON for iCardio/iRunner etc.

Motorola — Battery > Menu (upper right corner) > Battery optimization > Not optimized > All apps > select iCardio/iRunner etc > Don’t optimize.

HTC — Phone settings > Battery > Power Saving Mode > Battery Optimization > select iCardio/iRunner etc > Don’t optimize > Save.

Huawei — Turn Energy Settings to Normal and add iCardio/iRunner etc to “Protected Apps”

Sony Battery > Menu (upper right corner) > Battery optimization > Apps > iCardio/iRunner etc.