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About this app

Get in the zone and make it count, with a social platform and gamification to keep you feeling good, inside and out.

Join an inclusive community fuelled by physical activity, fitness and wellbeing with the heart rate monitor that rewards effort over ability. Or build your own community among your family, friends, and classmates.

At the heart of over 7500 gym chains in over 80 countries, Myzone is a unique wearable fitness brand that rewards effort rather than ability. It's the secret to motivating anyone to feel good about exercise.

The Myzone app uses inclusive, game-based mechanics and social elements to prove time and time again that we're stronger together. When combined with a Myzone heart rate monitor, the app creates personalised zones, based on your maximum heart rate, which means anyone can compete together on a level playing field.

What is Myzone?


Myzone develops accurate wearable technology, providing engaging and motivational experiences that support lifestyle changes to make exercise habits stick.


Myzone is used by 1.8 million people around the world at home, outdoors and in our partner gyms such as Snap Fitness, LA Fitness, Bannatyne Health Club, Fitness First, Anytime Fitness, and UFC GYM.


Myzone connects through analogue, ANT+ and Bluetooth with gym equipment, Apple Watch, Wear OS (previously Android Wear), Garmin and Samsung Galaxy. It also integrates with third-party apps such as MapMyRun, Strava, and MyFitnessPal.


Myzone heart rate monitors let you know the exact level that you're working out at, in real time. The heart rate monitoring system features electrocardiography (ECG) measurement that's accurate up to 99.4%, as used by health professionals. The MZ-Switch combines an ECG sensor with a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to create the world's first interchangeable heart rate monitor for the gym, outdoors or in water.


Myzone rewards effort over ability. Each device automatically updates how it records your effort, every time you progress through your goals. The five tailored effort zones make heart rate training easy to understand. Each zone is a percentage of your maximum heart rate, meaning that athletes and fitness newbies can exercise together to earn MEPs (Myzone Effort Points).


Myzone means you can take part in live classes with real studio buzz, wherever you are. Exclusive to the Myzone app, MZ-Remote is the world's first virtual live group workout where participants can connect and exercise together, while receiving real-time biometric feedback and personalised coaching from a trainer.


Myzone has been featured and reviewed by international journalists from publications such as Men's Fitness, Men's Health, Women's Health, The Huffington Post, GQ, T3, Wired and Esquire for over 10 years.

For more information on how you can join the Myzone community visit
Updated on
Aug 8, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info and Health and fitness
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 5 others
Data isn’t encrypted
You can request that data be deleted
18.3K reviews
Jenny Stegemoller
July 2, 2022
The app won't even open now. It is horrible. Hope I can return the new belt and get a refund. Edit: When I contacted support, they were quick to respond AND got it working again with a new update, so thank you! Great response from support! We'll see if it starts tracking better now, or I'd give more stars. Latest: tracking appears to be much better with the MZ Switch and latest version of the app!
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Cm Mc
April 6, 2022
Less than average. Since most recent update (March 2022?) it doesn't record complete data. Several people at my gym have the same observations. New version looks clean/elementary but is difficult to navigate and not well organized. Hate it. But my club uses it so I've no choice. Don't waste money on the new device unless you can't get a good response on the wrist device for anything other than swimming.
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Jeff Winter
April 19, 2022
Works fairly well until it's time to end a workout. ALWAYS hangs up when going from My Tile back to Home. Lost a lot of MEPS on last workout because it wouldn't update the total for the month even though it showed the correct total for the session. Bring back the previous version until the bugs are worked out. Not going to use this if it continues to mess up.
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What's new

3.3.6 (1820)
- Stability fixes