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Rating: 2.51/5 (145 votes)


With Endomondo on your phone, you can track your running, cycling and other sports. It's fun, it's social and it's motivating.

Our Concept

Are you into running, cycling, walking, skiing, kayaking, roller skating - or other sports involving movement across a distance? Endomondo makes your experience even more exciting! Endomondo.com is the place where you automatically track all your sports data and set up and monitor your personal goals. At Endomondo.com you meet like-minded friends, get inspired by them, challenge them and follow their activities... live! So whether you are into just following your personal achievements or whether you wish to place yourself in a larger network of sports partners that challenge and support each other's efforts - Endomondo.com is your new world of endorphins.

You will get the most out of Endomondo.com with a GPS mobile phone or a Garmin GPS watch. Free of charge, you can download the software to most common GPS phones directly from the website. On our Download page, you can see a list of the phones we support. New ones are added all the time.

Sign up at Endomondo.com, and if you want to use your mobile, click on the Download link and you will receive a text message with a link to the free program. You are now only a few steps away from a completely new way of doing sports. Join us... get out there and free your endorphins!

Our History

In December 2007, three colleagues decide to live out the dream of becoming entrepreneurs. We leave our jobs as management consultants to pursue a dream of changing the way you do sports whether you are at elite level or merely someone who wishes to get into shape.

The vision is to create a…

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