Athletes can record and upload activities on Strava via Wear 2.0 watches, untethered from their Android and iOS phones.
Strava, the social network for athletes, has announced its Android Wear 2.0 app. Athletes can now take full advantage of an experience that includes built-in GPS and wireless connectivity, as well as the performance analysis Strava athletes desire such as time, distance, pace, laps and split times, and heart rate, all from their wrist.
Athletes can install Strava for Android Wear 2.0 by visiting the Google Play store on their Wear device. The athlete only needs their iOS or Android phone for initial setup; then they can then record and upload activities to Strava free of their mobile phone.
Strava makes it easy to connect and engage with other athletes. Download Strava for iOS or Android and upgrade to Strava Premium to access the latest features such as Beacon and Live Segments. To learn more about Strava, visit the website.