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Endomondo, Map My Run, and MyFitnessPal apps are now available for Gear S2 and S3

Under Armour, the popular American sports brand, has released three new apps and a watchface for the Gear S2 and the Gear S3. These new apps offer users a way to calculate and keep track of calorie intake, physical activities, and workouts.

Endomondo and Map My Run apps can accurately track runs, walks, rides, and more using GPS data from Samsung’s smartwatches (or smartphones connected to them). The MapMyFitness app can calculate calorie intake and help you achieve the perfect weight. The ‘Under Armour – Own The Day’ watchface keeps on changing colors throughout the day.

You can now install these apps and watchfaces on your Gear S2 or Gear S3 through the Galaxy Apps store. The app catalog for Samsung’s Tizen-based smartwatches is slowly improving, thereby offering a better ecosystem to users.

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gpmg762
gpmg762

Don’t bother, Endomondo and MapMyRun can’t track distance correctly on the s3.

elrabello
elrabello

Just like to add, that if you install these apps, you will have 12 months free premium subscriptions of them. I’ve got them all.

MStuart
MStuart

If you’re serious about sports, you buy a proper sports watch. Smart watches are not there (yet?).

2Classics
2Classics

Where do you go to find these apps?

shamrock505
shamrock505

Looks like there isn’t a widget for myfitnesspal – too bad

parshakov
parshakov

I have just tried Endomondo on my Gear S2. Unfortunately, the screen doesn’t stay always on during a workout, and if it did, it would burn-in. What’s the point of showing the current speed if I cannot see it while biking? Still, it managed to burn 11% of battery in less than 10 minutes.

They used to have a much better app for the good old Gear Fit (first gen).

Always-On Speed is still the only app that’s any good for cycling.