Garmin Fit™

Garmin Fit™


Turn your Android phone into a powerful training tool with the Garmin Fit™ app. See your current walking, running or cycling stats at a glance or review them later thanks to automatic uploading to Garmin Connect. It even allows you to select the perfect soundtrack for your workout.

For a small monthly or yearly subscription, you also gain access to the LiveTrack feature, which allows you to send invitations to others via email, Facebook or Twitter*. They’ll receive a link to a website where they can view the position of your mobile device on a map (when configured for outdoor use in the Activity setup menu). Your time elapsed, distance, speed, elevation and more will also be viewable in real time. It’s a handy way for loved ones to track your races or keep an eye on you during your outdoor training.

Garmin Fit provides:
- Current speed
- Distance traveled
- Route traveled
- Calories burned

If your phone is ANT+ enabled, you also can see data from your Garmin fitness sensors. Easily monitor how hard you’re working with a heart rate monitor, train indoors with a foot pod or receive valuable cycling data with a speed/cadence sensor.

*Use caution when posting a link via Facebook or Twitter because your link will be available to anyone with access to your Facebook or Twitter profile.

Supported Languages:
- English (US)
- English (UK)
- Español
- Deutsch
- Italiano
- Français
- Suomi
- Norsk / Norsk bokmål
- Svenska
- Dansk

Recent changes:
Various bug fixes.
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About Garmin Fit™
Turn your Android phone into a powerful training tool with the Garmin Fit™ app. See your current walking, running or cycling stats at a glance or review them later thanks to automatic uploading to Garmin Connect. It even allows you to select the perfect soundtrack for your workout.

For a small monthly or yearly subscription, you also gain access to the LiveTrack feature, which allows you to send invitations to others via email, Facebook or Twitter*. They’ll receive a link to a website where they can view the position of your mobile device on a map (when configured for outdoor use in the Activity setup menu). Your time elapsed, distance, speed, elevation and more will also be viewable in real time. It’s a handy way for loved ones to track your races or keep an eye on you during your outdoor training.

Garmin Fit provides:
- Current speed
- Distance traveled
- Route traveled
- Calories burned

If your phone is ANT+ enabled, you also can see data from your Garmin fitness sensors. Easily monitor how hard you’re working with a heart rate monitor, train indoors with a foot pod or receive valuable cycling data with a speed/cadence sensor.

*Use caution when posting a link via Facebook or Twitter because your link will be available to anyone with access to your Facebook or Twitter profile.

Supported Languages:
- English (US)
- English (UK)
- Español
- Deutsch
- Italiano
- Français
- Suomi
- Norsk / Norsk bokmål
- Svenska
- Dansk

Recent changes:
Various bug fixes.

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User reviews of Garmin Fit™
Wish there was a free or ad supported version - GPS apps are notoriously flakey on phones - how will I know this even works?
Oct 25, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Monday 11:54 PM
Good but needs work. Needs ability to change cal to KJ. ----- Needs landscape mode. ------ Needs custom activities and more for stationary bikes / rowers ---- It was incredibly difficulte to connect a garmin device to connect.garmin (white screen on google sign in). ----- Couldn't create garmin account from phone.
A Google User
Sunday 7:24 PM
Great app
A Google User
6 days ago
Not working with my Xperia z1c
A Google User
Jul 21, 2014
Can't login to my garmin account. Does not sync with Garmin Connect. Can use my Garmin Edge for a recording device. On the plus side it found my Garmin ant+ heart rate monitor. Kept the screen active while doing the activity. But who really has time to look at the screen when running. With the screen active easy to inadvertently hit a button. I ended up with several extra laps when I simply did an out and back. No automation to tell distance or time over earphones.
A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
Stinks for gym use You MUST choose walking, biking, or cycling as an activity if you want to use this app. This is great if you want to do one of those things. But if you want to use this in the gym, the app will merrily suck the life from your phone battery while it fruitlesly scans for satellites from the basement gym of your hi rise apartment building.