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
6 days ago
Too basic for me Lacking voice stats when I run is a major fail for me. Uninstalling. UI seems basic, doesn't offer anything over competition. MapMyRun is better and connects with my ANT+ Garmin HRM.
A Google User
Sep 23, 2014
Very basic functionality. Lucky it's very cheap This really is the most basic fitness app on the market. I scarcely see any reason to bother with it. It simply reports certain stats and has no analytical functions at all and no opportunity to set your own personal heart rates etc. Also, only works in portrait mode. You can't use it in landscape more. Also you can configure the screen - so, for instance you can't monitor your heart rate and your speed and calories all on the same screen. Garmin should stick to what they are good at.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Early Days Just set this up on Galaxy S5 and connects to Garmin GSC 10 and Garmin heart rate strap with NO problems so far. A little slow picking up the GSC 10, find it best to get the wheel spinning before selecting new activity.
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
Cannot sign in I'm unable to sign into my account using the app that I purchased. I do have an account with Garmin that I use frequently. With Garmin fit on my phone however, I get the error message "Sign in failed" - "The username and password you entered is incorrect" even though my username and password work on any other device.
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
not very good its great if you want a standalone system as it docent link to may apps and also if doing heart rate only activities it docent log any calories which is very poor. the only thing going for it is that it connects to all three sensors heart rate foot pod and bike speed cadence