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
- Training Peaks
- 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 *with the right settings and usb-friendly tablets*
Serial Forerunner models (201, 301, 205, 305).
File-based Forerunner models (10, 15, 110, 210, 220, 610, 620).
ANT+ Forerunner models: 405, 405CX, 410.
ANT-FS Forerunner models: 310XT, 610, 910XT.
ANT-FS Forerunner models: 50, 60, 70.
Serial Edge models (205, 305).
File-based Edge models (200, 500, 510, 605, 705, 800, 810, 1000, Touring, Touring Plus05).
Some Fenix / Fenix 2.
Some eTrex, GpsMap and Oregon models are also supported.
Other devices are reported to be working: Astro 200 and Montana.
BEFORE you connect your device, go here:
choose your garmin model and read on.
Some Samsung and Sony tablets have a built-in ANT+ chip, if you have one you don't need the Garmin ANT+ dongle *when connecting an ANT+ Forerunner*.
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 :-).
8.4:fix for FR405/410 data anomalies
8.3:fix for endomondo
8.2:fix for strava
8.1:fix for runtastic update
8.0: BETA support for dakota 20 and other gpx-based handhelds
7.7:new google purchases API
7.5:improvements on ant+ connection
5.7:import files from sdcard