Strava announces integration with Nike apps

Strava, the popular fitness tracker for iPhone and Apple Watch, has announced an exciting partnership with Nike.

The two fitness giants will now join forces to offer you an even better training experience.

Partnership between Strava and Nike

In a recent press release, it was announced that Strava and Nike will be connecting their apps. This means that you can now share your activities on both platforms. You can upload your Nike Run Club and Nike Training Club activities directly to Strava and share them with the community. This is great because it opens up even more opportunities for you to exchange ideas with other sports enthusiasts and to motivate each other.

Additionally, Strava will launch a Nike-branded club curated by Nike coaches and athletes. There you will find exciting challenges and exclusive content that will continue to inspire and motivate you. The manufacturer is also currently working on redesigning the club experience within the app to offer you an even better community experience.

Michael Horvath, CEO and co-founder of the service, said: “Partnering with Nike allows us to connect two strong global sports communities on the platform and create meaningful spaces for active people to come together every day.”

Benefits of the partnership

The benefits of this partnership will be available as early as this summer. Millions of Nike app users will be able to upload their activities to Strava and share them with the community. Additionally, new challenges will be introduced by Nike, where you can track your progress and unlock rewards. It will be an exciting time for all sports enthusiasts.

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Strava also recently announced an integration with Spotify, so you can play your favorite music directly from the Strava app while exercising. The app is available for free on the App Store, but some advanced features require a paid subscription.

Via press release

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