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Bravera now connects with Strava

When we started the Bravera app journey, we chose Apple Health and Google Fit in order to be able to connect with any iOS or Android phone and turn walk and run distance into points for rewards. 

However, as we've found out by listening to the many outdoor runners, hikers, and walkers out there, a lot of people don't like to take their phones with them if they already have a GPS watch. This is where a connection with Strava comes in handy! Basically, most people that already have a Garmin, Polar, FitBit, Suunto, Samsung Gear, etc ... already connect their activities with Strava. 

 

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So, now we have done so, too. All you need to do is update to the latest version of Bravera 1.11.0 on App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android

REMEMBER. If you move a lot in the daytime when you have your phone in your pocket, and don't have a GPS watch, there's pretty much no need to connect to Strava.

The Strava connection is for those that get most of their daily, weekly, monthly moving distance done outdoors without taking their phones with them. 

If you're already connected to Apple Health or Google Fit, but want to switch to Strava (hint: it is easy, and also easy to switch back if you change your mind), you can simply follow the instructions below. 

Step 1: Go to Profile & Settings Step 2: Click on Connect to Strava
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Step 3: Give Permission    Step 4: All done. You're connected. 
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After connecting, any recorded GPS walks, hikes, and runs from Strava will be sent to Bravera to turn into points and added to your points balance, plus added to any live challenges.