The app now uses the built-in GPS functionality of the second generation iPhone to log data. It records heart rate, time, distance, pace, and speed.
"Research and athlete feedback often drives new Strava features and integrations", says Strava's Head of Integration Mateo Ortega. "We're excited to add to our growing list of compatible devices, and see this as the first step in providing our athletes an excellent Strava experience on the Apple Watch Series 2. Our athletes can look forward to continued updates as we strive to provide the best Watch experience possible."
You can download Strava Running and Cycling GPS from the App Store for free.
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