Enable your active life with Suunto app.
Suunto app is now compatible with all mobile-connected Suunto devices!
Suunto 9, Suunto 3 Fitness and Suunto Spartan are joined in Suunto app by Ambit3, Traverse, Traverse Alpha as well as EON Steel and EON Core Dive computers, all of which are now compatible with Suunto app. Welcome all!
View key training, activity and sleep summaries
Stay connected with notifications
Customize what you want to see on your watch during training and adventures (create your own sport modes)
Activity-specific heatmaps in Suunto app show you where the most popular routes are, all around the world. Discover and plan your new favorite routes in your home city or while you’re traveling somewhere new. Sync them directly to your watch and GO! (Suunto 9 and Suunto Spartan)
For Suunto 3 Fitness, see your speed and distance as well as your track in the map by using the Suunto app to enable ‘connected’ GPS from your phone.
GET THE BASICS
Suunto app keeps you on top of life and your sports. Keep track of key activity details in your workout summaries and trends in your activity, daily steps, calories and sleep.
Stay connected with notifications from your mobile phone. For Suunto 3 Fitness, see your speed and distance as well as your track in the map by using the Suunto app to enable ‘connected’ GPS from your phone.
ADVENTURE ON THE GO
When you are going for run or ride and want to change the data you see your watch during training, you can customize it directly on Suunto app and it will update automatically to your watch.
Whether you be in a new city or just a new trail, you can plan your new favourite route with Suunto app, sync it to your watch, and Go! (Suunto 9 and Suunto Spartan).
The Suunto community is a vibrant and diverse group, sharing inspiring stories and experiences every day. Follow and connect with friends, and encourage others in your feed with likes and comments.
There is always help in Suunto app to get the most out of your experience with your new Suunto watch, from tips and tutorials to how-to videos, and more.
SHARE AND CONNECT HOW YOU WANT
You can now customize your social sharing. Select whether you want to share distance, calories, speed, pace, duration, heart rate, ascent, even max speed! Its up to you!
You can also sync your activities to Strava, and we will be adding more sport and partner services soon!
The Suunto app connects with Apple Health. Go to app settings to start sharing your data.
Learn more about Suunto and our heritage deeply rooted in exploration and adventure since 1936. suunto.com
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life
This release brings some enhancements to route planning with Suunto app. You can now save a workout as a route, either one of your own, or from a friend. In addition you can now also import a route to Suunto app, more details in the app, let the adventures begin!
Also in this release is a newly designed view of your day’s activity and training, let us know what you think.
Ratings and Reviews
Watch Faces & Save/Resume
I appreciate all the hard work you have been putting in to get away from 2 apps (Movescount & Suunto). Love that you can create custom exercises from the app too! But, the stock watch faces are hideous and do not allow for any customization (fields, data, clock format, etc). My Garmin allows developers to create custom watch faces, and even the stock ones you can change the data on the fields, have different clocks, etc. Any plans for this in the near future? Also, my Garmin allows me to save an activity for later and the pick up whenever I decide to spin up GPS again. This is helpful because it keeps one GPS log (and upload to Strava, Garmin Connect, etc. not spamming my feed with more than one post for a climb/hike) and also doesn’t count my “rest” time (or sleep time if an overnighter) as the total activity. The whole point of having a fitness watch is to track “active” time. Would love to go all in with Suunto again. My Core was amazing. But since switching to a GPS watch, these are two huge dealbreakers for me...please address...you guys have hands down the best hardware...but the software is your Achilles heel. PS, huge improvements from the Suunto team year over year and I know you all take feedback to heart. Thank you and keep it up! :)
Doesn’t run in background?!
I really want to love this app. Movescount worked but I (and I suspect most of us) only ever used it to set up my watch faces and relay my ‘moves’ to Strava. I love most of the immediate features of the Suunto app, a lot, but two major as yet unsolvable setbacks have me bummed out. One, it won’t run in the background on my iPhone 7 when I’m syncing. I’ll start the sync, and as soon as my screen times out, it interrupts the process and the sync fails. If I go to another screen to send a text, sync is interrupted and has to start over... apparently from scratch. Sometimes I have to reconnect to my watch altogether.
Also, the Progress bar doesn’t reflect what’s really happening. For all syncs, regardless of data size (and therefore upload time), the bar appears to proceed at the same rate rather quickly to 11 o’clock, then hangs out there until the upload is complete. So I have no idea how long I have to wait for the activity to upload, which for long runs can be well over 30 min.
For an app that’s supposed to replace the universally criticized Movescount, you’d think Suunto would have presented something a little more polished up front.
I know they’ll work these out but when we are advised to delete the Movescount app b/c of side by side connection issues, and leap into this app cold turkey, it should be clean.
Thanks Suunto. I mean that. Your watches rock, and I look forward to a better Suunto app.
Swimming pace, strava and slowness
Finally it synchronises with strava. Making some progress but it took at least 2 months since the first version I used. Unfortunately data interface is wrong for indoor swimming which is my main use in winter. now strava only takes into account the total workout time as the moving time so pace is totally wrong ( doing many series with many breaks pace can be therefore 30 % slower even though I am pausing the watch). This was not the case with movecount 2 weeks ago.
compare to Movescount you change the swimming pace kpi to 1km instead of the watch set up against 100m disturbing and unfortunately no possibility to modify it.
Also every time I try to edit one activity the application freezes and is not active for at least 15 sec if not completely dead.
Overall I miss Movescount and not satisfied with both Suunto and strava. ( after the problem on swimming pace I checked with my runs and it appears that Strava is adjusting the moving time even if you did not stop your watch. as an example in my last half marathon race strava automatically removed the time I spent drinking at the water stations so instead of 1h40min ( both spartan and official race time ) strava gave me 1:38 ). This issue has been reported for many years on strava support forum and they do not care. I hope Suunto will listen to the comments of its customer base as alternatives are numerous today... and would miss this strong watch ...
- Sports Tracking Technologies Oy
- 349.5 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2018 Amer Sports Digital Services Oy
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.