The app designed to track all your workouts meets a watch Apple describes as “designed for all the ways you move”. The new Endomondo app for Apple Watch takes advantage of an array of functionalities that watchOS 3 offers to make your workouts better on every device.
That said, to get the Endomondo experience with Apple Watch and maintain your full workout history, you’ll need to take your phone with you (with Bluetooth activated) when you head out the door. Our new release gives you tons of neat new options for tracking with a wearable, so read on to find out what’s in store with our latest app for Apple Watch.
Choose your sport via Apple Watch
No need to whip out your phone. With our new app for Apple Watch, you can leave it snugly in your pocket (or fanny pack, if that’s how you roll). Simply launch your app on your Watch and tap on the activity menu on the tracker screen. Use the digital crown to scroll through the list of available sports, choose your activity, and get ready to start tracking.
While using the Watch, you’ll be able to track the most popular sports directly from the device, though you can still track the rest of your sports by selecting them from your phone. They’ll show up on your Watch as “other”.
Keep up with HR Zones
With Apple’s built-in heart rate sensor, you’ll have all your HR data delivered directly to your Endomondo app for Apple Watch. As you work out, the Watch’s bright display vibrantly showcases your heart rate zones so you know which one you’re in at a glance.
Knowing how intense your workout is has never been more at hand, and with heart rate zones right on your Watch, you’ll literally never miss a beat. While you work out, you’ll also be able to keep track of distance, duration, and pace, as well as laps directly on your Watch.
Get your summary on your wrist
It’s all in the wrist, or should we say, on it. When you’ve finished an activity, you’ll see your workout summary on your Watch without ever having to touch your phone. Simply end your current workout by force touching the display or pausing and scrolling to tap “finish” to view your stats, which will be displayed front and center after every session. Your summary includes your workout duration, distance, average pace, average heart rate, and calories burned.
To get started with your Endomondo app for Apple Watch, make sure you’re using the latest version of our iOS app — version 16.10. Also, if you’re using a Series 1 Watch, you’ll need to have it updated to watchOS 3. If you need help syncing or have questions about our app for Watch, be sure to check out our FAQs.
We hope you enjoy tracking with Endomondo and Apple Watch.
Free your endorphins!
The Endomondo Team