Updates has moved! The Polar Blog is live and will from now on house all the important Polar news. Polar product updates, feature updates and all the important details will be published at support.polar.com/updates. Like before, that’s where you can read more about all our updates and see how your Polar products keep getting better. Whenever we’ve got something to tell you we’ll send you a notification at Flow; this way you’ll never miss a thing.
Good news for all M600 owners using an Android phone: the Polar app 1.1 update brings even more Polar features for you to enjoy! Read more
Happy news for the Flow app iOS users; Les Mills sport profiles are now also available for you too! Just update your iOS Flow app to version 3.2.3, choose your favorite workout, sync it with your device and hit a class! Read more
Come and experience the world famous Les Mills workouts and enjoy the benefits of fitness tracking along with the new Les Mills sport profiles!
As a Polar user you are now able to track Les Mills workouts with compatible Polar fitness trackers through Les Mills sport profiles. Firstly, update your Polar Flow app to version 3.2.3. Add the Les Mills sport profiles through the Android app or from the Flow web service settings, sync your device and hit the class to record your favorite Les Mills workout. For those of you using an iOS device, we ensure you that the Les Mills specific workout profiles are on their way and coming really soon.
But there’s more! After your class, you can share your workout summary from the Polar Flow app with your own image together with a Les Mills stamp. Read more
Need some guidance to get you through that tough workout? We’re here for you! Creating workout targets is easier than ever before with the help of the renewed target creation in Flow.
You can locate the “Add” -> “Training Target” from your Flow Diary. After this you can choose what kind of a target you wish to create and easily add it as a favorite if you like. Then it’s just up to you to get your move on and we’re there to you guide you through your workout. Read more
Today’s software release for the A360 (version 1.2.36) mainly includes fixes for to the running programs when used together with the A360. For example if you’ve set your A360 to show the heart rate in percentages and start a phased target, it might end up as a crashing. Not to worry, this is now fixed together with some other minor fixes which can be found from the Polar A360 Release Notes.
We are more than excited to introduce our new waterproof smartwatch truly made for sports powered by Android Wear, the Polar M600.
Built on Google’s Android Wear smartwatch platform, Polar M600 features our proprietary optical heart rate technology and provides wrist-based heart rate measurement via a 6-LED solution, using an algorithm designed and tested for maximum reliability. In addition to the new Android Wear platform, the Polar M600 also provides integrated GPS, 24/7 activity tracking and our famous Polar Smart Coaching features via the Polar App for Android Wear (for iOS and Android). Read more
Did you see the mysterious teaser going around Polar’s social media for the past week or so? If you did, you’re one step closer to know what’s about to go down. Now also our Flow app, both iOS and Android, are compatible with this exciting new product launched last week, the Polar M600.
The iOS version 3.2.2 released today not only support the new product but also brings a fix for the in app running programs training videos which didn’t work seamlessly for all users.
For detailed list of the bugs and new supported devices can be found from the Polar Flow app Release Notes.
The Polar Beat (version 2.1) is following Polar Flow app’s footsteps by enabling a new way of sharing your training results to social media. It’s now possible to share your images along with your training data to social media and selected applications straight from the Polar Beat application. It even works the same way as Flow app’s share.
Just to refresh your memory, here’s a recap how it works; sweat a bit with your Polar Beat, check out your training summary and tap the image share button on the upper right corner. Choose a picture or take a new one, single out your favorite overlay for the training data and share! Simple and fun!
Bug fixes are listed in the Polar Beat Release Notes for further viewing.
Users in certain areas had reported that their Polar Beat on their iOS devices was syncing their training sessions with GPS data as incomplete to Flow. This release, version 2.0.2 for iOS, focuses on fixing this unfortunate issue.
To keep up with the bug fixes and releases, check out the Release notes for Polar Beat.