Trimble Outdoor gets GPS training App to AT&T

Trimble Outdoor gets GPS training App to AT&T
Trimble announced last week it was chosen by U.S. wireless operator AT&T to offer to its customers the AllSport GPS application ($5.99 monthly subscription) that lets users track their exercise activity on select GPS-enabled AT&T wireless phones.

"AllSport GPS is an application that is ideal for customers who embrace fitness and want easy-to-use, close-at-hand tools for tracking their goals," said Mark Collins, vice president of consumer voice and data Services at AT&T.

From the handset, the application monitors time, speed, calories burned and distance traveled during outdoor workouts such as running, walking, biking and snowboarding. Users can store workouts to monitor progress, view weekly activity logs, map their favorite routes and share activities with friends.

Trimble already had its AllSport software available from wireless operator Sprint.

Sunday, November 9th 2008

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