Strava for iOS adds HealthKit integration for the import of the Apple training sessions

Strava has supported the integration with Apple Health app for some time now, but he is now taking things a step further. Strava for iOS has been updated today with HealthKit integration that allows users to import recorded training sessions by Apple in the app Strava.

In the past, Strava users relied on third-party applications such as Healthfit to share workouts between the Health app and Strava. This application automatically exports of Apple workouts as FIT files, a popular format that is supported by the platforms of fitness such as Strava.

But now, Strava is the addition of direct integration with Apple Health app for ing Apple workhouse. Essentially, Strava now the data recorded by the Apple Training sessions of the application, and import the data into Strava.

To enable it, go into your profile in the application Strava and look for the Settings option. From there, choose “Applications, Services, and Devices” and choose from the Health app. You can now choose a workout and upload to Strava. This will be very useful for people who want to keep as much data as possible directly in the application Strava.

For example, you can save an Outside run with Apple Workout app on your Apple , then import the data from your workout directly in the app Strava.

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In the past, Strava users relied on third-party applications such as Healthfit to share workouts between the Health app and Strava. This application automatically exports of Apple workouts as FIT files, a popular format that is supported by the platforms of fitness such as Strava.

Strava is available on the App Store as a free download. Are you a Strava user? Let us know in the comments!

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