Sportablet

Sportablet


Note:, the app requires a 10" tablet. If you have a smaller tablet or a smartphone, please see my Uploader for Garmin instead: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.carlopescio.uploader

Sportablet allows you to connect your Garmin Forerunner or Edge directly to your Android tablet. Provides all the activity details and statistics, charts, maps, save TCX / FIT to SD card, export to GPX, upload to:
- Garmin Connect
- Strava
- Training Peaks
- SportTracks
- Endomondo
- RunningAHEAD
- Runtastic (see here for limitations: http://www.sportablet.com/1/post/2013/09/sharing-on-runtastic.html)

The app can also post to Facebook.

Other than reading from your Garmin, the app can also import FIT and TCX files from sdcard, flash drives, etc.

For some Garmin models, the app can also send tracks / courses to the device (see here: http://www.sportablet.com/send). This feature will be gradually implemented for every device.

You can also track all your gear (shoes etc), calculate mileage, cost per mile/km, etc.

These devices are supported:
Forerunner 201 and 301
Forerunner 305 and 205
Forerunner 10, 110 and 210
Forerunner 405, 405CX, 410 are in beta: http://goo.gl/XJKPj
Forerunner 310xt, 610, 910xt are in beta: http://goo.gl/ixrmQ
Forerunner 50, 60, 70 are in alpha: http://goo.gl/DPDKH
Garmin Swim is in alpha: http://goo.gl/DPDKH
Edge 205 and 305
Edge 500, 705 and 800
eTrex 30, eTrex Legend HCx, ForeTrex 401
Oregon 550t
GpsMap csx 60
also reported working with Astro 200, Montana and the Garmin Fenix.
For more details, see http://www.sportablet.com/answers.html. If you have troubles, take a look at http://www.sportablet.com/help.html

Note: Edge 500/705/800 and Forerunner 110/210 may take a while to mount (up to 20 sec). Be patient, the app will start when they're recognized as USB devices by the tablet.

Sportablet is free to try: you can read all activities, but explore only one (from your first upload session). That way, you can test communication with the Garmin and publishing to all the supported websites.

Once you know that it works fine with your Garmin device and Android tablet, and if you like what you see, you can activate it with an in-app purchase on Google Play (price is about 5 euros / 6.6 $).

Note: in-app purchases are slow, and may take a couple of minutes to be confirmed. Don't panic :-).

Recent changes:
6.9: fix for endomondo + garmin connect
6.7: fix for runningahead
6.6: fix for FIT activity types, improvements to send course
6.5: fix for Garmin Connect
6.2: fix for Endomondo
6.0: -> Runtastic
5.9: send course
5.7: import files from sdcard etc. Fix for ANT+ 4.1;
5.6: -> runningAHEAD
5.5: -> SportTracks
5.4: -> Endomondo
5.3: -> Training Peaks
5.2: export GPX
5.1: -> Garmin Swim, FR 50/60/70
4.3: -> email , -> STRAVA
4.1: gear tracking
3.8: -> built-in ANT+ chips
3.7: -> FR 310xt/610/910xt
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About Sportablet
Note:, the app requires a 10" tablet. If you have a smaller tablet or a smartphone, please see my Uploader for Garmin instead: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.carlopescio.uploader

Sportablet allows you to connect your Garmin Forerunner or Edge directly to your Android tablet. Provides all the activity details and statistics, charts, maps, save TCX / FIT to SD card, export to GPX, upload to:
- Garmin Connect
- Strava
- Training Peaks
- SportTracks
- Endomondo
- RunningAHEAD
- Runtastic (see here for limitations: http://www.sportablet.com/1/post/2013/09/sharing-on-runtastic.html)

The app can also post to Facebook.

Other than reading from your Garmin, the app can also import FIT and TCX files from sdcard, flash drives, etc.

For some Garmin models, the app can also send tracks / courses to the device (see here: http://www.sportablet.com/send). This feature will be gradually implemented for every device.

You can also track all your gear (shoes etc), calculate mileage, cost per mile/km, etc.

These devices are supported:
Forerunner 201 and 301
Forerunner 305 and 205
Forerunner 10, 110 and 210
Forerunner 405, 405CX, 410 are in beta: http://goo.gl/XJKPj
Forerunner 310xt, 610, 910xt are in beta: http://goo.gl/ixrmQ
Forerunner 50, 60, 70 are in alpha: http://goo.gl/DPDKH
Garmin Swim is in alpha: http://goo.gl/DPDKH
Edge 205 and 305
Edge 500, 705 and 800
eTrex 30, eTrex Legend HCx, ForeTrex 401
Oregon 550t
GpsMap csx 60
also reported working with Astro 200, Montana and the Garmin Fenix.
For more details, see http://www.sportablet.com/answers.html. If you have troubles, take a look at http://www.sportablet.com/help.html

Note: Edge 500/705/800 and Forerunner 110/210 may take a while to mount (up to 20 sec). Be patient, the app will start when they're recognized as USB devices by the tablet.

Sportablet is free to try: you can read all activities, but explore only one (from your first upload session). That way, you can test communication with the Garmin and publishing to all the supported websites.

Once you know that it works fine with your Garmin device and Android tablet, and if you like what you see, you can activate it with an in-app purchase on Google Play (price is about 5 euros / 6.6 $).

Note: in-app purchases are slow, and may take a couple of minutes to be confirmed. Don't panic :-).

Recent changes:
6.9: fix for endomondo + garmin connect
6.7: fix for runningahead
6.6: fix for FIT activity types, improvements to send course
6.5: fix for Garmin Connect
6.2: fix for Endomondo
6.0: -> Runtastic
5.9: send course
5.7: import files from sdcard etc. Fix for ANT+ 4.1;
5.6: -> runningAHEAD
5.5: -> SportTracks
5.4: -> Endomondo
5.3: -> Training Peaks
5.2: export GPX
5.1: -> Garmin Swim, FR 50/60/70
4.3: -> email , -> STRAVA
4.1: gear tracking
3.8: -> built-in ANT+ chips
3.7: -> FR 310xt/610/910xt

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A Google User
Feb 20, 2014
Usually works great Occasionally glitches uploading to Garmin because Garmin keep making changes on their end..this is something that is outside the control of the developer, but what's great is that the developer responds pretty quickly to address the issue and gets his app back compatible with Garmin. it's a great app and looks like more features are going to be added.
A Google User
Feb 18, 2014
Fantastic app with superior customer support. I own a Forerunner 305 and a Toshiba Thrive 10" tablet. The app automatically starts as soon as I connect my Forerunner to the tablet, retrieves the data quickly and allows me to easily upload to the Garmin Connect site. I don't even turn my PC on any more unless I absolutely have to. The fact that I can handle all the Forerunner through my tablet makes me extremely happy. Kudos to the author as well. I've had issues twice since originally getting this app. Both times, the author responded very quickly and was very pleasant to work with. Both times the issue was resolved.quickly.
A Google User
Jan 29, 2014
Uploads new activities from my garmin hassle free First thing I installed on my tablet once I started using my Garmin forerunner 110. I can upload my activities to endomondo and garmin connect from a single application and with a couple of clicks.
A Google User
Jan 11, 2014
Unique I own a Forerunner 305. I also own a Nexus 7. I want to see my tracks on a map but I don't own a laptop or desktop computer. This is the only app I know of that enables me to plug my Forerunner 305 straight into my Nexus 7 and see my tracks. I only wish there was a 7 inch version or that the app worked on any tablet regardless of size. I appreciate this is much harder than it sounds but wondered if anything was in development. The Uploader is great but doesn't offer the map view.
A Google User
Jan 2, 2014
Good app for Garmin Forerunner This is a good app and will give 4 stars. I was going to give 3 stars due to the fact it doesn't fit properly on a 7" tablet. There are missing buttons - cannot synch to my Garmin Connect or other as a result. This gets 4, because, there are no other apps out there. Which is shocking considering the popularity of tablets you would think Garmin would have a proper Android App to synchronize. All this being said you will still need the mini USB to USB adapter for your tablet. You will also need ANT+ apps.