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Heart Rate Monitors
compatible with Pulsoid app
The list of supported devices is not limited to these options. We've added most popular items. Other chest belt monitors with Bluetooth BLE and heart rate broadcasting are supported too.
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*alternatives are unsupported by default devices that can be connected in some cases, lower accuracy may degrade the experience.
Pulsoid app can be connected with some watches and bracelets if they have a Heart Rate Broadcasting mode via Bluetooth.
E.g. Forerunner(FR 245/ FR 945) or Fenix 6 Pro, MiBand 3+, Whoop, Amazon Halo
We do not recommend purchasing these devices for heart rate streaming.
Garmin Watches with BLE HR broadcasting
Forerunner(FR 245/ FR 945) or Fenix 6 Pro support Heart Rate broadcasting mode via BLE; (Ant+ broadcasting won't work for Pulsoid). You need to turn on broadcasting mode, click Start and it should be visible in the Pulsoid app.
Whoop and Amazon Halo
To turn on broadcasting go to WHOOP app: Menu --> Strap Settings --> HR Broadcast On.
Halo: go to the Halo app’s Settings -> Heart Rate Sharing -> ON-> share your heart rate with the other app or device.
It should be visible in the Pulsoid app and can be used for streaming.
Mi Band and Amazfit
MiBand has lower accuracy and it may degrade the experience. We recommend you use one of the supported chest belt heart rate monitors from the list above.
The Pulsoid app in some cases can be connected with a MiBand 3,4,5,6. We do not recommend purchasing Mi Band for heart rate streaming.
Mi Band 7 doesn't broadcast heart rate info properly.
Pulsoid supports Apple Watch natively
We do not recommend purchasing an Apple Watch for heart rate streaming.
If you have a device already, download the Pulsoid iOS app, grab your WatchOS device, log in and you are good to go. Apple Watch measures heart rate once in 5 seconds, which may degrade the whole experience.
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