Sunday session running, bike ride or swim, play sports is good for health. Want to motivate you or simply track your performance? The watch sports or watch GPS can help. We guide you to choose the sport far as concerns for you.
Why use a sports watch?
Under its airs of classic electronic watch, it hides his game. The GPS sports watch that gives you more time; It tells you all about the distance you have traveled or time that you did. This allows you to actually quantify your effort, and so you motivated to do better at the next workout.
From simple jogger Sunday running to keep fit at the sports veteran who trains to improve performance, a sports watch plays the role of coach according to Centralledwatch. It helps you analyze your performance and measure your activity: training time, heart rate or recovery time.
And it is not just reserved for running! Cycling, swimming or hiking, it can follow you in all your activities.
The first sport, then connected functions
With the advent of connected watches, dedicated to running watches had to adapt. All now offer functions connected to start the display of the smartphone notifications. However, it is not to compete with watches Android Wear, Tizen or WatchOS but simply to display incoming calls, received SMS and email. Unable to answer or respond from the running clock that does not feature voice recognition. This is more of an annex functionality while they focus on sport. In this regard, the recent Garmin Forerunner 735XT allows not only receive incoming calls and email / SMS, but also to share sports activities on social networks and to directly control the music player of the smartphone. In turn, if the connected watches are able to follow the sport, they are not intended to replace a specialized running watch.
More or less successful applications
All running watches work together with an application that installs on his smartphone. The style is connected objects but all models are not necessarily housed in the same boat. In this matter, Fitbit clearly has a head start with a successful interface despite numerous available information. Also, if compatibility with iOS and Android is largely provided by all models, the Fitbit Surge is the only one to offer a compliant application Windows Phone. Nevertheless, some limitations remain. Indeed, if it is indeed possible to consult the race data, notifications of a smartphone equipped with the mobile operating system Microsoft is not visible on the watch. For its part, the application Garmin is streamlined to the extreme and not really the most friendly ever. Like Fitbit, it has the advantage of aggregating data from multiple devices (watch, tracker activity connected scale) brand within a single application.
TomTom same fight that also plays the card of uncluttered interface. If no wireless connection, it will connect the Runner 2 via USB which nevertheless can charge the battery in stride. However we appreciate the extremely broad compatibility with third party applications such as Nike + (former partner of TomTom with the Nike + Sportwatch) MyFitnessPal, RunKeeper , Endomondo, Jawbone and others. Suunto offers a nice application that will not be used much as users seem to complain synchronization problems. As for Polar Flow, if not the sexiest, the application proves particularly easy to access. An activity log is even available with a display in the form of very readable graphics. In the end, with Fitbit, Polar offers one of the best applications although the latter is confined to iOS and Android without forgetting the web interface.
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