- background recordings
- export to csv
- storage on SD card
- handles recordings longer than 10 hours
HR Logger was tested using Polar H7, Armour39, mio alpha and two Samsung S3 (i9300 and mini) running android 4.3 (required for bluetooth low energy).
This app currently is in Alpha state, but updates will be provided frequently (as much as possible).
The following Bluetooth Low Energy compliant devices, with Android 4.3 and above, are supported:
Google Nexus 5
HTC Droid DNA
HTC One X+ (Android 4.1+)
Samsung GS4 (Android 4.2+)
Most Bluetooth heart rate sensors should work, including (but not limited to..)
Mio Alpha, Polar H7, BlueLeza HRM Blue, Zephyr HxM Smart, Viiiiva, 60beat Blue, Beets BLU, and Wahoo Blue HR
Mio GO for Android allows for a Mio LINK user to configure their Mio LINK with individualized heart rate zone LED alert settings. The Mio GO user can select from a Zone Alert Mode (1-zone) or Training Zone Mode (5-zone) for optimal training biofeedback.
***** Please note Mio GO will only work with Android OS version 4.3 or above *****
To check your Android device compatibility please visit http://www.mioglobal.com/apps/
To explore Mio products such as Mio LINK, Mio GO & Mio ALPHA, please visit: www.mioglobal.com.
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