Which recording devices and services are supported?

Basically, Tredict supports all devices that record in .fit or .tcx file format.
In addition, Tredict processes Polar files in .json format and automatically converts them into .fit format.

You can upload, analyze and integrate the files of these formats into your training planning.
Tredict detects whether it is a run, a bike ride, swimming, weight data or any other activity.
In addition, devices connected to your recording device, such as bike pedals, power meters, chest straps, glucose meters, radar, footpods, etc. are also detected and displayed in the activity view, including battery level (if available).

An excerpt from manufacturers that support the .fit or .tcx file format and are tested by Tredict:

Stryd, Garmin, Coros, Suunto, Polar, Stages, Rotor, Sufferfest, Rouvy, Zwift, Moxy, Apple Watch und viele mehr...

Structured workouts and scheduled workouts created in Tredict can be downloaded as a .fit file or automatically sent to supported training platforms so you can run them on your device.

Zwift can be easily and automatically synchronised in both directions via Dropbox.
Read here how to synchronise your workouts and training sessions to and from Zwift

These automatic synchronization services are integrated and supported by Tredict:
Dropbox iconTredict - Supported platforms and services for automatic synchronisation
All information is without guarantee.
There is no legal connection to Fourth-parties.
Fourth-parties not directly connected to Tredict,
are beyond our control and are only listed as a supplement.

If you have a device that is not supported satisfactorily, please contact us.

OAuth2 API
Tredict has a standard-compliant OAuth2 interface for sending and receiving activities.
If you are interested in the Tredict API and want to be added to the list of services, please contact us: info@tredict.com