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I started using mapmyride and works pretty good.

Is their accessories that allow you to measure cadence with any of these apps? Im not sure if I would say a phone and some apps can truelly replace a gps, particularly with the battery drain.
 

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Using Garmin app here. Lot of great features to it. Auto loads to the Garmin website. I also have a Garmin Forerunner 405cx, yeah it's not the latest or greatest but it does the job.
 

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Mapmyride. You can add any data from your bike computer and it gives daily, weekly and/or monthly summaries. Strava seems good too, I'm just used to the other one.
Does Mapmyride require GPS? Because my tablet doesn't have GPS, which is why I can't use Strava either. : (
 

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Bike calculator for fun. For any power input, grade, temperature, distance and position on the bike it estimates the speed at which you will complete the activity. If you have a power meter, gives you a good idea of what your speed should be.
 

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I started using mapmyride and works pretty good.

Is their accessories that allow you to measure cadence with any of these apps? Im not sure if I would say a phone and some apps can truelly replace a gps, particularly with the battery drain.
Cyclemeter works with both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 sensors (although the latter won't work on earlier iPhones). I'm using both the Wahoo Fitness Blue SC (speed/cadence) and Blue HR (heart rate) monitors with my iPhone 4s and Cyclemeter, but the app works with many other sensors as well. Incidentally, the Blue sensors I use are available at Apple Stores.
 

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Strava for sure
 
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