Under Armour announced it’s retiring its health and fitness tracking app Endomondo at the end of the year.
After 5 years of owning Danish startup Endomondo, Under Armour has now announced that the social fitness network is being shut down, On December 31, 2020, you will no longer be able to download the app as it will be removed from all app stores, and customer support for any version of the app you still have on your device will be unavailable.
This doesn’t, however, mean that Under Armour is leaving health and fitness tracking. Instead, the athletic apparel maker suggests that Endomondo users switch to UA MapMyRun.
According to the announcement, the process to transfer your workout history is seamless, and you’ll be able to enroll in personalized training plans, audio coaching, live tracking, routes, and more, right away.
Furthermore, Under Armour is also offering a FREE 3-month UA MapMyRun MVP membership offer when you sign up for the service.
No hurry to switch just yet, as you will have access to Endomondo data until March 31, 2021. You better do it until then, though; otherwise, your data will be deleted.
You should also know, however, that you can only transfer your workout history to UA MapMyRun, and NOT:
- Personal Bests
- Training Plans
- Profile information and account settings,
- Activity Feed posts, comments, and pictures
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