Moveslink is an application that connects your Suunto device to Movescount. Select the device you want to use with Movescount, then download and install the version of Moveslink software. It ha support for a wide range of devices including the most common ones.
Moveslink2 126.96.36.1998 can be downloaded from our website for free. This download was checked by our built-in antivirus and was rated as malware free. The program lies within System Utilities, more precisely Device Assistants.
Today most Mac applications are built and distributed as PKG or DMG files. DMG files are popular because they include Checksum, which confirms that the downloaded file is 100% intact (not tampered with) plus they can be compressed, reducing installer size.
You might have had use for certain software applications at some point, but when you're no longer using them -- or they're really outdated -- you'll save memory space on your computer by uninstalling them. In previous versions of the Mac operating system, including Lion and Mountain Lion, you'd achieve this by navigating to the Finder, dragging the application icon to the Trash and then emptying the Trash. You can also do that with certain apps using the Mavericks OS X, but for apps you downloaded from the Mac App Store, the process is slightly more streamlined.
If you are a Linux user and able to follow some console commands to compile the source code yourself, there's a project called openambit. The authors have dissected at least enough of the communication protocol to allow to download moves from the watch and (optionally) upload them to movescount. They also ship the conversion script mentioned earlier in my post, but at the moment you would have to invoke this manually to convert your moves to gpx files.
So to conclude the the information above: You can use Moveslink or openambit offline to download the logs from the watch and there's a tool to convert the files to gpx format. But you will need a computer where you are able to install these tools, therefore you won't be able to use any random computer unless you have the ability and/or permission to install the needed software there.
The things I need is the possibility to make and of course upload an app. As far as I understand this will still be possible via movescount. Correct? For the rest after an activity I want to see my data according to what I did (read: running laps that are 400m and then 1000m, then I want to see that 400m and 1000m in my data) and with sufficent accuracy (times to a 10th of a second). Is that still possible with this new app? NO. But fortunately you can solve this : download your activity on your phone as a fitfile and then upload it to Garminconnect (I did this on my laptop).
On your phone in the Suunto-app you go to your activity, click on the 3 dots on the topright and then you select download fit-file. Then you upload that file to Garmin connect (use the site and not the Garmin-app!). Then you should be able to see all your data from that activity on Garminconnect
I have discovered a workaround. The Suuntolink/app combo is useless as the only file you can export is a corrupted fit file. If you have moveslink2 On your pc/mac it will download from your ambit and store it as a .sml file. You can then read/upload the file to golden cheetah for more analysis than you can poke a stick at. You can then upload to strava or whatever or use the Suunto app if you have a 3. Point is you can keep using your ambit. 2b1af7f3a8