I also vote for web interface. In fact I would vote for keeping MC to be honest. I have been a user for a long time and happy with it. Particularly the way I can manage settings on the watches, work with routes (import/export), etc. Editing the routes by adding way-points can be done in MC, but is probably very cumbersome in a iPhone.
I must say that I was not aware of this change. I just bought a Suunto 9 Baro and upgraded it from Ambit2 S. I was expecting some real improvements. As MC will be stopped, this is a serious disappointment.
And actually this is the 2nd time that Suunto is screwing up with software. Before MC, I was using Suunto Training Manager which could be used from a desktop/laptop without any internet connection. That was great. MC however required internet which I did not like at first. But in the meantime I am used to it.
Anyhow. Let’s hope Suunto realizes that it is not a good thing to degrade the software and apps that users like to use.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos importation from Movescount done on september this year.
I just discovered last week that a lot of moves were wrong in Ascent / Descent values once imported :
on Movescount, these moves are fine ;
on SA, they are wrong.
I think the problem is coming from moves that were on the two platforms (in 2018, i was using the two platforms and synced my activities on the two services) : the Ascent / descent bug on SA wasn’t solved last year and i always get wrong values. So i stayed on Movescount the time to get this bug solved.
I remember reading some information telling us that once the bug solved, all the old moves with incorrect Ascent / descent values will be updated ? Am i wrong ?
What is the solution to have some correct datas for Ascent / Descent which correspond to the right values that are on the Movescount platform ?
I’m trying to ask some assistance from Suunto :
nobody on French phone assistance ;
i don’t find any way to contact some mail assistance…
Any idea, suggestion ?