While exploring Strava third party projects I came across this website Relive.cc. Relive automatically creates a video out of your ride on Strava!
All you need to do is:
- Authorise Relive.cc to Strava
- Take a Ride
- Wait for the mail from Relive.cc with the link to video!
That’s as simple as that! Though there are some limitations for this to happen:
- This will not work on past rides, it only works on rides you take after authorising Relive.cc. They may change this in future.
- Activity needs to be public (not private)
- Activity needs to be longer than 20 minutes and 20 kilometers (and shorter than 12 hours)
- Activity is not tagged as a “commute” in Strava
That’s all! Relive will continue to send you videos for all future rides unless you opt to unsubscribe.
Update: How to download the video
Relive doesn’t have an option to download the video. I used this chrome extension to download it on Chrome. You can look for similar extension for Firefox if you use Firefox.
My biggest requirement in a note taking app is accessibility. And hence Google Docs used to be my favorite until I discovered Simplenote. I think it is a well polished note taking app with excellent featureset which I am going to talk below.
It is available on Android, iOS, Kindle, Mac and Web. I have used Web, Mac & Android personally and the interface is identical. Everything is synced. I have a pinned note called “Clipboard” which I use whenever I need to copy paste long text from one device to another. Simplenote also features a nice search box using which one can quickly find what they are looking for.
Sharing & Collaborating
Sharing a note is dead simple. In a note tag if you enter an email address it autotically share the note with that email. Recepeint has an option to view the note without signing up, but one needs to register to edit and collaborate.
Versioning and backup
All the notes are backed up and have timely versions. This is a great feature especially when collaborating with others. If something goes wrong just switch back to older version of the note.
Notes can also be published to web for public access. Anyone with the link will be able to access the note. Simplenote also supports “markdown” which makes writing experience better (for people who are used to markdown).
P.S: Simplenote was aquired by Automattic, makers of WordPress, the most popular blogging platform.
Android – Play Store
iOS – App Store
Web – simplenote.com
Mac – App Store
I am slowly switching over to Evernote whenever there is more research involved and collaboration is involved. Some of my colleagues use Google Keep also, but somehow I couldn’t get used to it. So basically Simplenote for quick note taking and Evernote for more research oriented notes.