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UA Record no longer supported

Jan 24, 2020 United States
UA Record no longer supported
Under Armour said UA Record, its mobile app for tracking fitness and weight changes, will be retired from the 31st of March onwards and will no longer operate. Users are being encouraged to transition to MapMyFitness app
Under Armour has announced that as of the 31st of December 2019, UA Record was removed from all app stores and is no longer providing bug fixes or customer support for any version of the UA Record app that remains on users devices. UA Record will be retired on the 31st of March 2020 and will no longer operate.
 
For those you have been tracking workouts in UA Record, Under Armour is encouraging them to move to the MapMyFitness app. To get started, they need to install MapMyFitness and log in with the same UA Record email and password. The UA Record profile and workout data will be available in MapMyFitness (including the workout history, friends, feed posts, and other data). 


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