ithlete -Train.Recover.Perform

ithlete -Train.Recover.Perform

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  • (38 stars)

    by Guy Blackburn on 12/05/2014

    Works well on s4 with polar h7. Finger sensor was quite sensitive to device volume but no problems at all with the chest belt. Works well

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    by Thomas Jarecki on 07/05/2014

    Works very well with a Zephyr Hxm smart and a phone with android 4.3 and above with BT smart in handset (I use nexus 5). Would be nice if the app could include basic heart rate monitoring as well, there are no sports apps in android store which support hrm with BT smart sensors at this moment.

  • (38 stars)

    by penny kennedy on 03/05/2014

    Works flawlessly on my galaxy note 3. Love this app. Is really helping me to stop overtraining and I'm enjoying running again.

  • (38 stars)

    by Dominic Leclerc on 30/04/2014

    It will only pick up Bluetooth signal one in ten times. When compared to another HRV app that picks it up every time. Nexus 4 with polar H7. Very disappointed, to late for refund.

  • (38 stars)

    by Yves-Marie MONFORT on 18/04/2014

    By far!

  • (38 stars)

    by James Cotter on 28/03/2014

    Great tool to use to collect training data. Have been playing around with taper strategies (triathlon) and comparing with HRV and I like how I'm responding to what my score is.

  • (38 stars)

    by Elliot Dole on 15/03/2014

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    by Tommy Wilson on 26/01/2014

    pros: the data has been very useful in knowing when to push or rest; especially when doing a high intensity cycle where most of the training is neuromuscular. otherwise it simply reaffirms the obvious (i'm thrashed, i feel good, etc.). cons: the range is less than stellar (a few inches), but i take my measurements sitting at the breakfast table so it's not an issue. i'll probably switch

  • (38 stars)

    by Michael Taylor on 08/01/2014

    Frankly I can't comment to how well the app works with heart rate variability over time or if heart rate variability is something even worth my time. But I will start off optimistically with a 5 star rating because this is one of the very few apps that supports Bluetooth smart heart rate straps in Android at all, and it works great. I will update my review as I continue to use the app.

  • (38 stars)

    by John Knight on 04/01/2014

    Although Play Store lists this app for a phone, it works with a Galaxy Tab 2. 7.0 and ithlete receiver; I have a Polar chest strap. No need to take a week off training to build a baseline, but some readings will be skewed during that week. Useful app if you have a tendency to overtrain.

  • (38 stars)

    by Ryan Steele on 10/12/2013

    Great training tool.

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    by Charlotte Holmquist on 15/11/2013

    By far the most expensive HRV app, or app for that matter. You would expect support to be stellar. Mailed with a concern 2 days ago and no reply. Money down the toilet.

  • (38 stars)

    by Gloria Johnson on 05/11/2013

    Works great with my Note 2. Bought the chest strap that goes with the product, great investment.

  • (38 stars)

    by Mike Powell on 29/08/2013

    This app is useless unless you buy a $50 reciever for compatible heart rate monitor straps.

  • (38 stars)

    by Dwight Cornwell on 12/06/2013

    Their documentation on their website says that they support the zepher monitor - but on the play store at bottom it says it doesn't. So guys get documentation straight. So is the iphone one supported and and adroid one not???