Description

Polar Beat is the ultimate free sports and fitness tracker app from the pioneer of wearable sports technology. Running, cycling, gym, walking, dancing… Choose your favorite activity from 100+ sport profiles and start reaching your goals.

REVIEWS FOR POLAR BEAT
"Polar Beat is the best app for real-time heart rate monitoring." – CIO

PLAN, TRAIN, ANALYZE, SHARE. All in one place.
1. Make a personal training PLAN
» Choose your activity from 100+ sport profiles
» Choose a training target: distance, time or calories burned

2. TRAIN smart
» Track your distance, pace and route with GPS
» Get real-time voice guidance based on your goals
» Stay at the right intensity for the most effective workout*

3. ANALYZE and UNDERSTAND your training session
» Log all your training sessions, indoors or out, with sport profiles for a comprehensive training diary
» See what you achieved with each workout: improved endurance, increased strength or burned fat*
» See how many calories you burned*
» Understand the impact of your workout at different intensity levels*
» Re-live your routes on the map
» Analyze your training sessions and history
» Understand your overall fitness with Polar Flow, Polar's comprehensive and free web service for health and fitness

4. SHARE your achievements with your friends
» Share your training with friends, challenge them to beat your record or just spread the good vibes after an awesome workout.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES
- See your live heart rate with the Polar H10 or OH1 heart rate sensor*
- Track distance indoors with a Polar stride sensor (Polar stride sensor required)
- Connect to Apple Health
- Connect with Apple Watch

* Features available with the Polar H10 or OH1 heart rate sensor.

POLAR H10 HEART RATE SENSOR
Connect the Polar H10 heart rate sensor to Polar Beat and get accurate, live heart rate to your phone. With live heart rate, you can make sure you're training at the right intensity. By training smarter, not harder, you can reach your goals faster, stay healthy and avoid over and under training. Polar H10 even allows you to track your training session without your phone with you and transfer your heart rate data to Polar Beat after you finish.

POLAR OH1 HEART RATE SENSOR
Polar OH1 is an optical heart rate monitor armband that combines versatility, comfort and simplicity. It fits comfortably around your arm and tracks heart rate with Polar’s high-quality optical heart rate solution. With Polar OH1 and Polar Beat you get live heart rate data right on the screen of your phone.

PREMIUM FEATURES**
With the Polar Beat premium features and Polar H10 or OH1 heart rate sensor you can unlock the next level of personal fitness: specific training targets, personalized feedback and fitness assessments.

[+] Polar Fitness Test – Measure your fitness level while you lie down and relax
[+] Polar Running Index – See how your running performance is developing
[+] Polar EnergyPointer – See the main effect of your workout in real time - whether you’re burning fat or improving fitness
[+] Polar Benefit Target – Set specific training targets - like boosting recovery or improving endurance and get guidance to achieve it

**Premium features are now available for free with any Polar Bluetooth Low Energy heart rate sensor.

DOWNLOAD Polar Beat now and turn your phone into a personal trainer.

CONNECT WITH US
www.polar.com/beat
Instagram: instagram.com/polarglobal
Facebook: facebook.com/polarglobal
Twitter: @polarglobal

Note: Continuous use of GPS can dramatically decrease your phone’s battery life.

What's New

Version 2.6.1

This release brings the quality improvements for the Polar Beat app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

5K Ratings

5K Ratings

Hey, polish the rough edges!

Emma's robot

1. Any simple BT headphones will link to my iPhone—minimal effort, just does. NOT w the initial connect w the H7. Required hard reboot of phone AFTER downloading Pilar app, and registering. THEN remove battery and reinsert on polar chest piece. THEN it will connect

2. This IS not detailed in the support on the website. I just played around w it until I figured it out. I DID blow about ten minutes on the website trying to troubleshoot however. Thanks for that... polar IT.

3. Call for support—“sorry, wait times are longer than you have set aside to waste in the phone service queue”. I hung up after about 8 minutes or so.

4. Polar bear—while running w the app track my you cannot pause it to quick change the voice prompt menu. It requires you end the workout to do so. Really there are other apps that I prefer to run in parallel to polar beat for my run/training data tracking and prompts BECAUSE the polar app is just not competitive w the other apps out there. Needs more data crunching ability and more flexibility—just more whistles and bells.

5. BUT...the H7 does what it supposed to do—track HR very well. That’s why I bought it and so I am not upset. MAYBE though—since apparently polar doesn’t want to put a live person I the phone for feedback—they will read this and consider polishing the product. It could be a very robust product—it just needs a little work on the rough edges.

Does not transmit data correctly.

*ScottieB.*

A few months ago it worked great, now it constantly won’t start on my iPhone 8+ or my Apple Watch so I have to restart both devices when I’m trying to start my workout, so I have to stop, reboot everything and hope it works. Then when I finish my workout it is not transmitting the data correctly. It records everything from my heart rate monitor (H7) just fine, just not to the health app, this is extremely frustrating as a I’m in competitions for exercise goals, and I have to post and share my results and I can’t do that when it doesn’t transmit correctly. This may sound dramatic, but it is ruining my workouts, causing a ton of frustration and the worst part is I’ve paid a lot of money for all this equipment and premium plans for it not to work correctly, either refund my money or get your act together because this is unacceptable from a company like Polar.

So far not blown away

AttyKen

Went for a couple runs so far with this app and the Bluetooth stride device and I'm not blown away. I had been using the Adidas app with their Bluetooth stride device but had to drop it because they are discontinuing it after December 2017. Tried to use the polar device with MapMyRun (the Adidas stride device worked) and it would not work so then used the PolarBeat app.

The PolarBeat app does not have a feature to play music in the app like MapMyRun and it does not allow you to get voice guidance down to the quarter mile (.25). The intervals are only to the tenth of a mile (.1; .2; .3; etc.) I wish I could go back to the Adidas app but for now will give Polar a few more tries.

Ken in Miami

Information

Seller
Polar Electro Oy
Size
129.2 MB
Category
Health & Fitness
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
© Polar Electro Oy
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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