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Sports Tracker and Nokia appear to have a special relationship, with the app starting on the Symbian platform.
The developers have now completed the porting of a basic version to Windows Phone 7, with support forÂ Â basic tracking features, training diary and sync to web with social sharing on Facebook and Twitter.
They are however promisingÂ more features with later updates.
YkÃ¤ Huhtala, one of the creators of the app, whichÂ stretchesÂ back to 2004, saidÂ Â â€œWindows Phone is a very competitive platform for mobile development especially if you have any previous experience in developing with Microsoftâ€™s tools.
â€œThe same tools can be used in developing for mobile devices and itâ€™s extremely easy and fast to get up to speed in developing apps.â€
The app will be free in Marketplace, however from the Official Nokia Blog it is not clear if it will be a Nokia exclusive.
Read more at the Official Nokia Conversations blog here.
Of course a much better coup would be to get Nike+Â compatibilityÂ – get working on breaking that monopoly Nokia!