Just yesterday I wrote a review of Sports Tracker for Nokia N9 and now the Windows Phone version is finally available. To celebrate this release, Sports Tracker has teamed up with Nokia to offer you a chance to win a new Nokia Lumia 800. All you have to do to take part in this competition is to like their Facebook page and answer some simple questions.
As for the Windows Phone version of Sports Tracker, it definitely has the Windows Phone look. It has all the usual features which make Sports Tracker such a great app, such as tracking speed, distance and duration. There is a Training Diary for workout data analysis which you may sync to sports-tracker.com service for further analysis. These workouts can be shared to Facebook, Twitter and the Sports Tracker community.
One thing that is missing in this Windows Phone version of Sports Tracker is ability to connect to a Bluetooth heart rate monitor. Like I've explained in my Sports Tracker for Nokia N9 review, to get the full benefit of Sports Tracker a heart rate monitor is needed. So it is quite a disappointment that in the Windows Phone version this is not possible. However, this is not the fault of the app, but of Windows Phone platform, which does not YET support the necessary Bluetooth profile. As Jussi Solja from Team Sports Tracker told me, they "are looking into adding support at a later stage as soon as the profile support is available." Hopefully this is soon.
Source: Sports Tracker