Fitness apps are no new to the tech industry. tech industry works by incorporating and interacting with other related industries to bring us innovative and advanced products and gadgets. Today, we have plenty of health and fitness apps that make our lives convenient.
Wear OS smartwatches are among the popular gadgets. Compared to its competitor i.e., Apple, Wear OS is gaining several features and apps in the recent past. The extended third-party app development options are always appreciated. Since they provide users with more options and accessibility.
Peloton, one of the latest fitness companies is about to release its application for Wear OS smartwatches.
The digital app of Peloton is now live and accessible on all Wear OS 3 consistent smartwatches. The Wear OS 3 corresponding smartwatches include Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series, the Galaxy Watch 5 series, and the Google Pixel Watch. The app by Peloton is already available on Apple. Though, it took its own time before making its way to Wear OS smartwatches.
As per the reports and updates, it seems like the company should have taken its time before launching the app. Since the app doesn’t support its availability across different regions. Moreover, it only accounts for monitoring the heart rate.
By gaining access to the data of your vital signs, the Peloton app tracks your heart rate. The data is shown on a watch-face UI. But the Peloton app for Wear OS smartwatches doesn’t support pairing with the Peloton bike as reported by a few users on 9to5Google. It is dissimilar to the Apple Watch, which supports the pairing of the Peloton bike as well as the app. This pairing feature was introduced earlier this year.
Just like the Apple Fitness+, the Peloton app enables the users to view classes as well as sync the data directly from the watch. Well, if you don’t mind missing out on the updated version and features, you can download the app from the Play Store on your Wear OS 3 smartwatches.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.