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Polar Beat: Running & Fitness

Polar Beat: Running & Fitness

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Plan, train, analyze, share. All with this free fitness and sports tracker.

4.3 Ratings 63K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
Plan, train, analyze, share. All with this free fitness and sports tracker.
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  • Middle-aged fat woman Jul 11, 2018

    By DedeBritt
    To be honest I’ve only used this app a handful of times, after a recent purchase of a Polar H10. I wanted an accurate heart rate tracker for walking. The reviews I could find online were all for the 7 model, but those were highly favorable for accuracy. Pairing the device to the app could be easier, I’ve been walking and discovered it wasn’t paired, my heart rate wasn’t being recorded. I have learned to make sure to pair it to the app and NOT to my iPhone X. Strange, but I can live with that. The first time I used it I selected walking for the workout. I started it prior to actually being ready to leave the house, putting on sneakers, running upstairs for a tissue, and the coach’s voice told me to slow down! The next time I forgot to select the walking routine. Unbeknownst to me at the default running workout, I was disappointed not to be advised to slow down, or to receive any encouragement at all, being a humid 90 degree day and my fat little legs pumping away. I’m learning! I think the app itself is great. I want to know that I’m getting the most out of my walks, health and fat wise. I can see where my heart rate is, if I need to work harder or can slow down a bit, track my route, time, elevation, pace and fat calories burned. This app has all the bells and whistles plus dozens of types routines from mountain climbing to wheelchair activities.
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  • Jul 24, 2020

    By Mohamed Sobh Al-Husieny
    A great app for what I need. It keeps the phone awake during workouts for me to keep an eye on my stats. Yet, the black theme saves power on my OLED display (That's how it's done👍). It also syncs to Google Fit which is very important to me, as I use Google Fit to keep track of my workouts, weight, sleep... etc. That's all what I need, and it does it properly. Paired with the Polar H10 heart rate monitor, I consider perfect👌💯.
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  • Great! With one issue... Aug 4, 2020

    By Amunnn
    I love this polar bear sensor. It gives me accurate data (I’ve tested against other sensors) and it’s pretty easy to use. I am a competitive swimmer and I’ve started to use the goggle attachment. It’s somewhat irritating with a cap on, but I can deal with it. The issue I have is with recording workout data. I turn the device on, press the button twice (initiating the recording function) and I’m all set. When I finish my workout, I press and hold the button down until I know the device is turned off. At this point the data should be recorded on the device. Sometimes however, I will follow the above steps and when I turn the device on and open the app, there is no data from the workout - as in, the app and the device did not sync. I notice that the device syncs with the app fine most of the time, but I think the water exposure must mess with the button and cause it not to register when I do my final press of it. It is VERY frustrating because I look forward to analyzing my swim data afterwards, and when it’s not there, you can imagine that I feel like it was somewhat of a waste. Besides this problem which to me is major and to some may seem minor, I love the device very much!
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  • UPDATE on Pairing issues with Polar H10 sensor Feb 12, 2020

    By Sammy California
    I took a few minutes before working out to explore the app. I discovered in the app Settings go to pairing then make sure you have “2 receiving BLE devices”selected. Once I adjusted this setting I have had no issues pairing with the app and my watch. 5 star app for sure. I recently purchased the newest Bluetooth heart rate sensor from Polar the H10. The sensor easily pairs to my iPhone 11 iOS 13.3.1. The sensor also pairs nicely with the +10 year old treadmill and elliptical trainers at my local gym (Vince’s). Remarkably my +15 year old heart rate monitor watch even receives the signal from the new sensor. Pairing the sensor to the Beat App is an issue. I’ve updated the app to the newest version. I usually have to close the app and unpair the sensor multiple times before the sensor pairs with the app. I would love to give this 5 stars if the bug can be fixed.
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  • Jul 6, 2020

    By Matt Larkin
    The app is OK, but would be nice to have options to silence the audio. Also completely missing is any ability to record resting HR - the only data given is max and average, which seems a huge oversight from a company who are so focussed on HR data. The graphs don't even display values low enough to identify what the RHR values are. Also something to actively sync between the phone and the device - a forced sync - would be useful, as occasionally I'm left wondering if there will be a sync after I've done an offline session with the OH1+.
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  • Simplify the Display for 5 Stars! May 18, 2020

    By StarvingNYCDilettante
    A stable and well-debugged app that syncs well with Strava, which is appreciated, but the display shows too much information at the expense of knowing your current heart rate at a quick glance. The heart rate is not even the most prominent number! Polar is all about HEART RATE, correct? I suggest a home screen that shows nothing but current heart rate, in BIG numbers, color-coded by training zone, and then let the user swipe left to see the other stuff. I do not want to hunt through all this information when I am suffering on a climb and need to immediately back off when I’m overworking. Ditto for the voice guide: make it more useful for the serious athlete: the user must be able to set his own minimum/maximum heart rates for a workout, and have the voice guide alert him when he is above or below them. Again, it is critical to be alerted quickly, so as not to overwork. That is the principal reason athletes use heart rate. We don’t want to hear “you are improving fitness,” for crying out loud! We want to hear “ping! You are over 160!” I get the feeling this app wasn’t even designed by/for serious athletes. Give the data geeks what they seem to want, but keep the home display and voice alerts SIMPLE. If it had the features I ask for above, I would give it five stars.
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  • Keeps getting worse Oct 1, 2018

    By joeleandrews
    So I’ve had the Polar H10 for around a year. I mainly run with some biking thrown in. The occasional Spartan Race is also in the mix for some save to sensor runs. One of my biggest complaints is that the H10 will not write to the exercise ring on my Apple Watch. This means I have to start an exercise on my watch via Apple workout or my Nike run app AND also start it on the Polar app if I hope to close my rings. I figure this is an Apple restriction but it would be nice if there were some certification program to allow additional hardware to write to Apple’s exercise ring. My next biggest complaint stems from the latest update and voice prompts. I can no longer hear the voice prompts The volume is very low and the computerized voice is very difficult to hear. While in exercise I have to bump up the volume and always miss the first part of the voice prompt and then I have to lower it way down because at that point my music is very loud. Please bring back the other voice prompt or give us a choice. It would be nice if I could control the volume of the voice prompts independent of the phone/music volume. Please give me splits. I love that the voice prompt gives me splits, but now especially since I cant hear them I want to see mile splits for my biking and my runs in the final overview. This has the potential to be a great product but so far keeps falling short.
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Dmitry Utyansky
    Should support Polar's own cadence/speed sensors, how come it doesn't... The thing is, all BLE sensors can be integratef, eg through Endomondo, but then native Polar Beat features are not accessible (and heart rate is sampled at higher frequency in Polar Beat, and overall data quality seems to be better there).
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  • So disappointing! Mar 6, 2020

    By jenyblaze
    I’ve used this app for years and it only gets worse and worse. It never warns you of the battery is going low so when you go to your workout and it won’t work, it’s because the battery is dead! So now you can’t monitor your heart or see calories burned. When it does work, it may lose connected when your standing right next to it and then when you finish your workout, you see no line or a long flat line at the bottom. Again, this is after you start it and make sure it’s connected. It just disconnects. I shouldn’t have to stop my workout to check on it and make sure it’s working. It should just work! I’m just entirely too sick of this app. I keep buying the upgraded Bluetooth monitors they put out, for a hundred dollars, so I guess the joke is on me. I wish you worked better Polar! I’ve been a loyal user for 8 years and now I’m just over you GET IT TOGETHER!
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Ralph Rojas
    The app does not let you remove sports with out the use of a smart watch. I bought the h10 which is made to work with this app but isn't recognized as a support device in flow so you can't edit sports profiles. They also changed the CrossFit section to high intensity workout which is annoying.
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  • Middle-aged fat woman Jul 11, 2018

    By DedeBritt
    To be honest I’ve only used this app a handful of times, after a recent purchase of a Polar H10. I wanted an accurate heart rate tracker for walking. The reviews I could find online were all for the 7 model, but those were highly favorable for accuracy. Pairing the device to the app could be easier, I’ve been walking and discovered it wasn’t paired, my heart rate wasn’t being recorded. I have learned to make sure to pair it to the app and NOT to my iPhone X. Strange, but I can live with that. The first time I used it I selected walking for the workout. I started it prior to actually being ready to leave the house, putting on sneakers, running upstairs for a tissue, and the coach’s voice told me to slow down! The next time I forgot to select the walking routine. Unbeknownst to me at the default running workout, I was disappointed not to be advised to slow down, or to receive any encouragement at all, being a humid 90 degree day and my fat little legs pumping away. I’m learning! I think the app itself is great. I want to know that I’m getting the most out of my walks, health and fat wise. I can see where my heart rate is, if I need to work harder or can slow down a bit, track my route, time, elevation, pace and fat calories burned. This app has all the bells and whistles plus dozens of types routines from mountain climbing to wheelchair activities.
    more
  • Jul 24, 2020

    By Mohamed Sobh Al-Husieny
    A great app for what I need. It keeps the phone awake during workouts for me to keep an eye on my stats. Yet, the black theme saves power on my OLED display (That's how it's done👍). It also syncs to Google Fit which is very important to me, as I use Google Fit to keep track of my workouts, weight, sleep... etc. That's all what I need, and it does it properly. Paired with the Polar H10 heart rate monitor, I consider perfect👌💯.
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  • Great! With one issue... Aug 4, 2020

    By Amunnn
    I love this polar bear sensor. It gives me accurate data (I’ve tested against other sensors) and it’s pretty easy to use. I am a competitive swimmer and I’ve started to use the goggle attachment. It’s somewhat irritating with a cap on, but I can deal with it. The issue I have is with recording workout data. I turn the device on, press the button twice (initiating the recording function) and I’m all set. When I finish my workout, I press and hold the button down until I know the device is turned off. At this point the data should be recorded on the device. Sometimes however, I will follow the above steps and when I turn the device on and open the app, there is no data from the workout - as in, the app and the device did not sync. I notice that the device syncs with the app fine most of the time, but I think the water exposure must mess with the button and cause it not to register when I do my final press of it. It is VERY frustrating because I look forward to analyzing my swim data afterwards, and when it’s not there, you can imagine that I feel like it was somewhat of a waste. Besides this problem which to me is major and to some may seem minor, I love the device very much!
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  • UPDATE on Pairing issues with Polar H10 sensor Feb 12, 2020

    By Sammy California
    I took a few minutes before working out to explore the app. I discovered in the app Settings go to pairing then make sure you have “2 receiving BLE devices”selected. Once I adjusted this setting I have had no issues pairing with the app and my watch. 5 star app for sure. I recently purchased the newest Bluetooth heart rate sensor from Polar the H10. The sensor easily pairs to my iPhone 11 iOS 13.3.1. The sensor also pairs nicely with the +10 year old treadmill and elliptical trainers at my local gym (Vince’s). Remarkably my +15 year old heart rate monitor watch even receives the signal from the new sensor. Pairing the sensor to the Beat App is an issue. I’ve updated the app to the newest version. I usually have to close the app and unpair the sensor multiple times before the sensor pairs with the app. I would love to give this 5 stars if the bug can be fixed.
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Taylor Benton
    More reliable and accurate than my Fitbit. The analytics are exceptionally informative. A great buy at a reasonable price. I will add, however, that I agree completely with a previous review: it would be beneficial to group frequently used exercises and delete those you'll never use. It's annoying to have to scroll through 100 exercises to find the few that you use consistently.
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  • Pretty Good App Aug 11, 2018

    By chackbay
    The app is easy to use. The display is well laid out. I especially like that the app keeps the iPhone awake which is great for treadmills and other indoor workouts, and you can lock the iPhone manually which is good when in a pocket while lifting weights or jogging outside. There are a lot of sport profiles to help organize your workouts. Inexplicably though while there are profiles for obscure activities like squash, floorball, and Finnish baseball (kudos on that), there are no specific profiles for very common gym activities like elliptical and stair climber. It would be nice to be able to name custom profiles. My old Polar/hr watch allowed you to set an upper/lower limit and you’d get alarms for going out of range. I’d like to see something similar in the app. Say I want to exercise in the 145 to 155 bpm range I’d like to be able to set that range and then the app voice coach would tell me to speed up or slow down (that could kick in after a warm up period getting up to range). That functionality would be especially useful when doing certain activities like boxing (heavy bag punching) where you are wearing gloves and the phone is not immediately nearby. Overall the app is good and provides use info and feedback to effectively train.
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  • Jul 4, 2020

    By Patrick Conway
    Very detailed app. I love using this app to monitor calories burned, fat % burn, and monitor my heart rate as well. I'd give this app a five star rating if it had skateboarding as an option for exercise. Other than that there's a lot of cool features to choose from, such as suggested routines for various different kinds of workouts/trainings for whatever you're looking for. All in all, excellent choice for fitness beginners looking to monitor there performance.
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  • Jul 22, 2020

    By Sean Alemany
    Works really well for heart rate training. Not set up to measure pace say for row erg 500m splits. Loads of sport profiles however so great functionality. To get maximum functionality, I pair the Polar H10 HRM with Polat Beat , this unlocks useful training features. Also note there is no option to view in landscape (so i have no option of placing my phone above my rowing machine PM3 screen). Otherwise essential if you train within the Polar ecosystem.
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  • Stable & clean but heart rate should be larger, display should be customizable Dec 30, 2018

    By AguasCalientes
    I use a Polar heart rate monitor (“HRM”) to track my workouts’ intensity and calorie burn. I transitioned to Polar after my 5-year old Suunto HRM wouldn’t consistently connect to the MovesCount app and frequently dropped the signal mid-workout. The Polar HRM consistently connects to the app and, after 1 month, only lost signal once (I’m not sure why—signal interference, maybe). The app display is easy to start a workout, read, and add on optional “upgrades, ” which I have not explored. The app shows lots of information, and everything I want: heart rate (including a graph of heart rate over time of the work out), duration of the workout, calorie burn and % fat burn. The app could be improved by taking some cues from the Suunto Movescount app: The HRM is pretty small, and there’s no estimated EPOC. A big improvement would be to: - Arrange the info so the upper part has one large middle number display, and smaller numbers in each corner. Each display should then allow you to touch & hold to customize what the display is showing in that area. This would allow each user to pick what to display most prominently, and where to arrange the other info. Suunto’s Movescount is a good model for an excellent user interface (Movescount is not compatible with Polar’s HRM). - HRM large and in the middle - Add EPOC and training effect
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By C Estoye
    I'd love to see field options in order to input weights used on each workout. Also, would love to see a favorites area at the top of the list of workout types where you can save the types of workouts you do most often so you don't have to scroll through all the workout options each time.
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  • Jul 6, 2020

    By Matt Larkin
    The app is OK, but would be nice to have options to silence the audio. Also completely missing is any ability to record resting HR - the only data given is max and average, which seems a huge oversight from a company who are so focussed on HR data. The graphs don't even display values low enough to identify what the RHR values are. Also something to actively sync between the phone and the device - a forced sync - would be useful, as occasionally I'm left wondering if there will be a sync after I've done an offline session with the OH1+.
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  • Has potential, needs serious work. Oct 10, 2018

    By Nignug
    I think this app has some serious potential, but it needs work. I think the info it provides is great, and tops what the Apple Watch workout app provides. The thing is, there are some major downfalls when being used with the Apple Watch. The first problem is when the screen isn’t active for more than a few seconds, the app closes and most be reopened to view data during a workout. This is pretty frustrating and would be much nicer if all I had to do was glance at my watch to see the data. The second problem I’m running into is the app doesn’t fully transmit data to the Apple Watch activity app. For example, it shows that my active calories were counted, but it does not add to the daily total. This is frustrating because even with an hour workout logged with polar beat, I’m not achieving my activity goal for the day. These two problems have lead me to stop using the app altogether. If those issues were resolved, this would be my go/to 5 star app.
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  • Hey, polish the rough edges! Jan 3, 2018

    By 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.
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  • Great Concept, Needs Work Mar 26, 2020

    By codywclark
    I love my Polar H10 and think this app is an awesome idea for someone looking to track their training at a higher level. I use my HRM and this app literally every single day. If you are within range of your Bluetooth advice that pairs with your HRM, this app performs flawlessly. However, when you choose to “save heart rate with sensor” and download to your device when the workout is complete, the app is buggy. There are times where I save the training on my HRM and download it to my phone later, and it is fine — however, there are other times where I am unable to download the training to my phone when the HRM reconnects. This is especially true when you enable the option to connect your HRM to two different Bluetooth devices at the same time. Additionally, there are times where I am able to download the training onto my phone but it shows that the training was 0:00 long, 0 calories burned, 0 average heart rate, etc. If Polar can fix the flaws that occur when you save a training to the sensor and download later, this would be a 5.0 star app — and I also wouldn’t mind being able to select “triathlon” as a sport option.
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  • So far not blown away Oct 10, 2017

    By 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
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  • Simplify the Display for 5 Stars! May 18, 2020

    By StarvingNYCDilettante
    A stable and well-debugged app that syncs well with Strava, which is appreciated, but the display shows too much information at the expense of knowing your current heart rate at a quick glance. The heart rate is not even the most prominent number! Polar is all about HEART RATE, correct? I suggest a home screen that shows nothing but current heart rate, in BIG numbers, color-coded by training zone, and then let the user swipe left to see the other stuff. I do not want to hunt through all this information when I am suffering on a climb and need to immediately back off when I’m overworking. Ditto for the voice guide: make it more useful for the serious athlete: the user must be able to set his own minimum/maximum heart rates for a workout, and have the voice guide alert him when he is above or below them. Again, it is critical to be alerted quickly, so as not to overwork. That is the principal reason athletes use heart rate. We don’t want to hear “you are improving fitness,” for crying out loud! We want to hear “ping! You are over 160!” I get the feeling this app wasn’t even designed by/for serious athletes. Give the data geeks what they seem to want, but keep the home display and voice alerts SIMPLE. If it had the features I ask for above, I would give it five stars.
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  • Keeps getting worse Oct 1, 2018

    By joeleandrews
    So I’ve had the Polar H10 for around a year. I mainly run with some biking thrown in. The occasional Spartan Race is also in the mix for some save to sensor runs. One of my biggest complaints is that the H10 will not write to the exercise ring on my Apple Watch. This means I have to start an exercise on my watch via Apple workout or my Nike run app AND also start it on the Polar app if I hope to close my rings. I figure this is an Apple restriction but it would be nice if there were some certification program to allow additional hardware to write to Apple’s exercise ring. My next biggest complaint stems from the latest update and voice prompts. I can no longer hear the voice prompts The volume is very low and the computerized voice is very difficult to hear. While in exercise I have to bump up the volume and always miss the first part of the voice prompt and then I have to lower it way down because at that point my music is very loud. Please bring back the other voice prompt or give us a choice. It would be nice if I could control the volume of the voice prompts independent of the phone/music volume. Please give me splits. I love that the voice prompt gives me splits, but now especially since I cant hear them I want to see mile splits for my biking and my runs in the final overview. This has the potential to be a great product but so far keeps falling short.
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Dmitry Utyansky
    Should support Polar's own cadence/speed sensors, how come it doesn't... The thing is, all BLE sensors can be integratef, eg through Endomondo, but then native Polar Beat features are not accessible (and heart rate is sampled at higher frequency in Polar Beat, and overall data quality seems to be better there).
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  • So disappointing! Mar 6, 2020

    By jenyblaze
    I’ve used this app for years and it only gets worse and worse. It never warns you of the battery is going low so when you go to your workout and it won’t work, it’s because the battery is dead! So now you can’t monitor your heart or see calories burned. When it does work, it may lose connected when your standing right next to it and then when you finish your workout, you see no line or a long flat line at the bottom. Again, this is after you start it and make sure it’s connected. It just disconnects. I shouldn’t have to stop my workout to check on it and make sure it’s working. It should just work! I’m just entirely too sick of this app. I keep buying the upgraded Bluetooth monitors they put out, for a hundred dollars, so I guess the joke is on me. I wish you worked better Polar! I’ve been a loyal user for 8 years and now I’m just over you GET IT TOGETHER!
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  • Jun 7, 2020

    By Ed Henrioulle
    Worked perfectly for 8 months with H10 chest strap. Then erratic heartbeat sensor, which turned into complete failure to detect heartbeat. I contacted Polar April 8th, long friendly email. NO RESPONSE TO MY EMAIL. Tried many fixes, reload app, battery, etc. Note that H10 heart rate monitor syncs and works automatically with other exercise equipment, just not this Polar Beat app. Let's see if anybody responds to this message...
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  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Ralph Rojas
    The app does not let you remove sports with out the use of a smart watch. I bought the h10 which is made to work with this app but isn't recognized as a support device in flow so you can't edit sports profiles. They also changed the CrossFit section to high intensity workout which is annoying.
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  • Does not transmit data correctly. Jan 22, 2018

    By *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.
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  • Please test your updates before pushing live May 1, 2020

    By JohnErtekin
    I love polar. But it goes through seasons where it works and those where it does not. Customer care has been spotty with them at best and they seem to push updates without testing accurately. Polar, this pairing issue has to be fixed. Please let us know in release that you have taken note of bugs and are working on a fix. Getting to the gym or slopes or wherever, Hoping to use your equipment only to find out that there is some sort of error is way worse than y’all beings transparent and letting us know issues have been reported and fixes are in the works. Please fix this and I will take my review down!!! This is another update: The app still drops the signal of the heart rate puck (Polar H10) batter is full. It show connected then I start my run and it has timed out mid run. I carry my phone on me during my run for tracking and now this. Also same happens when doing gymnastic workouts and it is always giving a dialogue to connect to Bluetooth even though it is currently syncing... well and then stopping until it is reset. Polar how can we best learn of known bugs and fixes you push live? No one has replied to me in months. Please help.
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  • May 28, 2020

    By Garry Brazzill
    Seems accurate with gps and heart rate. The only thing that is stopping me giving 5 stars is the pace reading, most phone are notoriously bad at reading actual pace, I see that you can either use pace or speed, it would be way more beneficial if I could display average pace. Thank you. Love the OH1 sensor. UPDATE: GPS drops out continuously, no matter what location settings used. All other GPS apps that I've used have always worked without a hitch. Uninstalled. 1 star
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