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Ojanko

1490 Moves, 2 fans

Male, 46 years, Joutsa, Finland
Crosscountry skiing, Cycling, Floorball… (+6 more)

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    26:12 h

    320.4 km

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  • Jonason

    4 weeks ago @ Ojanko

    Hi again! I believe I was a bit trigger happy regarding my app(!).. After trying several other apps it appears to be an issue of the Ambit itself. It runs just fine until you press start and the logging of the exercise begins. It appears to be the same for all apps I have tested. It is just more obvious on mine since it shows a different figure every second. I believe this must have something to do with the CPU load when recording activities. So just go ahead and keep using it!! Cheers! /Daniel

  • Jonason

    4 weeks ago @ Ojanko

    Hi there! I'm happy to see that you are using my APP "Seconds". Unfortunately I noticed a bug. The counter freezes for a second sometimes and shows the same number twice. Unluckily there is no way to fix this issue while someone is using the APP. I would be very thankful if you could remove the app from your profile temporarily so that I can fix the issue. I already have a fix ready. It is a shame that one can't update the apps being used. This is my first app. Sorry for the trouble! /Daniel

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    23.11.2011 @ Ojanko

    Heips!

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    29.3.2011 @ Move 27.3.2011

    Kivat kalorit!

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    Common run

    16.3.2011

    Running 0:36'18.9 Average heart rate 156 bpm.

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    • 8 Apps

    • Seconds

      11.10.2014, Jonason
      Tools for daily use

      Day time seconds. Useful when walking or running to the bus or subway etc. Allows the usage of a seconds counter as an addition to the time of day clock also when in exercise mode.

      1

      Downhill Stats

      21.1.2014, kemetter
      Alpine skiing, Counter
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      Downhills Counter...

      14.12.2013, ppiioottrr
      Snowboarding, Counter

      This APP is an imperial version of: http://www.movescount.com/apps/app10018140-Downhills_Counter_max_Speed_Distance. Enjoy! Automatically counts the number of snowboard/ski downhill runs plus additional instant analysis! Without pressing any button you will see: 1) RUN - the number of downhill runs (downhills are automatically detected!) 2) mxS - max speed for the current downhill (visible if you descent by more than 15m (45ft), and then on a chair-lift before you ascent by 15m (45ft)- for the rest of the time it's chair-lift speed - also good to know! ;-) 3) avS - average speed for the current run (positive values are for downhill and negative for chair-lift) 4) ELV - that's elevation in feet, e.g. the difference between the top of the hill and the current altitude (while going downhill) and for chair-lift it answers the question: how many meters did we 'climb-up' already 5) DST - another magic - while going down it shows you the distance covered in the current run, and when you ar...

      511
      2338

      Downhills Counter...

      13.12.2013, ppiioottrr
      Snowboarding, Counter

      Automatically counts the number of snowboard/ski downhill runs plus additional instant analysis! Without pressing any button you will see: 1) RUN - the number of downhill runs (downhills are automatically detected!) 2) mxS - max speed for the current downhill (visible if you descent by more than 15m, and then on a chair-lift before you ascent by 15m - for the rest of the time it's chair-lift speed - also good to know! ;-) 3) avS - average speed for the current run (positive values are for downhill and negative for chair-lift) 4) ELV - that's elevation in meters, e.g. the difference between the top of the hill and the current altitude (while going downhill) and for chair-lift it answers the question: how many meters did we 'climb-up' already 5) DST - another magic - while going down it shows you the distance covered in the current run, and when you are already on a chair-lift (and ascent by more than 15m) then you will see the cumulative downhill distance! (i.e. the total distance yo...

      2338
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      Sunrise/Sunset

      12.4.2013, Movescount
      Environmental

      Shows the time of next sunset or sunrise, whichever is predicted to come first.

      16480

      max Heartrate

      9.1.2013, cookie0815
      Training
      208

      Barometer v2.1

      13.12.2012, tomahola
      Trekking, Tools for daily use

      This is an improved version of my Barometer app. Algorithm inaccuracy now less than 1hPa up to 4000 meter altitude (Ambit sensor inaccuracy not included). This is my attempt to make a barometer that displays the barometric pressure at your location. You can also simulate a barometer by setting your reference altitude to zero in the standard Ambit. But it is really nice and more convenient to have a barometer view with all three key parameters available at the same time in the screen: altitude, atmospheric pressure (AP) and sea level pressure (QNH). Make your custom training mode and include all these, like I did! On my wish list, but not implemented yet, is an altitude trim term to correct for air humidity, air temperature and sensor errors. Trim can be done by setting altitude and pressure simultaneously and independently to known values. The trim coefficient can then be calculated and subsequent altimeter operation will be more accurate. Currently the trim is fixed at factory cali...

      208
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      Beats per km

      29.11.2012, kemetter
      Running, Training

      An indication of personal running (or other sport) efficiency. Indicates how your running pace relates to your heartrate. The unit of this value is [beats per kilometer] and it is calculated on your current HR and pace. Can be used in any sport that uses HR and speed.

      8

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