Movescount is being retired. All Suunto users will be forced to switch from Movescount to Suunto App.
- For Suunto users with a Suunto 5/9 or Suunto Spartan, the power data recorded by the watch will be visible in the Suunto app, and you can export your data automatically to the Stryd ecosystem when you link Stryd to Suunto App.
- For Ambit users, the data from the watch can transfer to Suunto app, but Suunto strips power data out of the watch file! The FIT file that exported from the Suunto app does not have power data and cannot be imported into the Stryd ecosystem. The only solution, for now, is to upload the Stryd data directly with the Stryd app on your phone. You will not have the GPS map and HR data in the Stryd ecosystem. Instructions to upload your data from Stryd are available here.
Stryd has reached out to Suunto to fix this on their end. I recommend you reach out as well, as Suunto likely is more sensitive to customer complaints!
Suunto announcement from October 2020:
Dear Suunto Community,
As we have shared since January 2019, we are transitioning our digital services to Suunto app. Throughout this time, we’ve focused on making Suunto app a digital service that enables adventures today and in the future.
We are now reaching the final stage of this transition, which means your Moves will soon only sync to Suunto app via Bluetooth or through SuuntoLink (an upgrade from Moveslink2).
You will still be able to edit settings, customize sport modes and sync routes through Movescount web. Movescount app is scheduled to close on October 13th and syncing to Movescount web is scheduled to end on October 27th.