Strava’s got a few big updates in the works, but they’ve just rolled out several small ones worth a shout out. The feature we’re most excited about is the Mobile Edit addition.

Ever finish a ride, rack your bike and drive home only to realize you’ve left your computer running? And then the haters ding you for ruining their precious segments from your car? And then you have to waste time logging in from your computer (which means you have to find that darn password) and then edit the ride to cut off the drive?

Yeah, us too. And sometimes, maybe, some people (we hear) might not ever get around to doing that. Which is understandable if also unforgivable to KOM chasers.

Now you can edit your ride from the mobile app. Quickly, easily, and in seconds, all the haters will disappear and you can feel good about yourself again.

Strava (finally) lets you edit routes on mobile app, and other updates

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Other new and updated features include:

  • Apple Healthkit – Better integration of your activity data synced with the Healthkit app
  • Cadence Graph – Your cadence will now show up in your performance analysis as a graph, similar to power, speed, etc., so you can see how things like grade affect your pedaling speed. This, along with the next bullet point, are both part of a paid subscription plan only.
  • Power to Relative Effort – Just another metric to show how much you’re suffering. Or not.
  • Multi-sport Improvements – They’ve added or improved things like Fitness 360 that give you a more holistic look at your workouts and fitness levels. They’ve also added new challenge types that work better for multi-sport athletes and improved privacy settings so you can compete in more Challenge types without having to reduce your privacy levels.
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Matthew Ackland
Matthew Ackland
2 years ago

And yet still no return of Bluetooth sensor support

Karol Grudziński
Karol Grudziński
2 years ago

They said that sensors caused app crashes for a lot of users, yet for me Strava never crashed.

Lyford
2 years ago

What I’d like is a simpler way to convert a completed ride to a route.

Mantas
Mantas
2 years ago

Wha I’d like is simple way to record a run with HRM strap 🙁

Leo sho-silva
Leo sho-silva
2 years ago
Reply to  Mantas

It was terrible in the past, it would give average heart rate rather than actual heart rate while out on the road.. That’s no good

Padrote
Padrote
2 years ago
Reply to  Mantas

I hate running with a gigantic phone in my pocket. sport watches with HRM are pretty cheap these days.

Joe Lee
Joe Lee
2 years ago

What is like for it to connect to a speed sensor

mtnman
mtnman
2 years ago

What I would like is to stop being asked to upgrade to Summit……

Collin S
Collin S
2 years ago
Reply to  mtnman

Or give summit. I’m not paying for someone else’s subscription. How many times does Netflix ask you to pay for your neighbors account?

Speedneedle
Speedneedle
2 years ago

A possibility to make custom watt zones. As it is, the summit analysis is pretty worthless.

Natalia Belikova
Natalia Belikova
2 years ago

What I would like, is to have soccer as a activity. Right now I am logging it as a workout.

Curmudgeon
Curmudgeon
2 years ago

Still no decent, fail.

Hugonaut
Hugonaut
2 years ago

How about instead of new features Strava just brings back an old feature—Bluetooth sensor support.

Cycloaddict
Cycloaddict
2 years ago

The Strava user interface / user experience (UI/UX) remains severely lacking and non-intuitive.

I post rides on the site (by pushing them from another app) so my friends can see my routes and that’s it. The way users access data via the Strava web site and app is like running a 3-legged race in a straight jacket IMO

Jeb
Jeb
2 years ago

Strava has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. No surprise they tossed their last CEO. Their complete ignorance toward what customers wanted has killed them…oh and eMopeds.