Listed below are the devices we currently support.
To install Endomondo on your SmartWatch 3, please follow these instructions:
- Pair the SmartWatch with your phone. If possible, install/upgrade your Smart Connect app from Google Play Store
- On your phone turn bluetooth on in the settings (don't search for the device yet)
- Turn the SmartWatch off
- Turn the SmartWatch on by pressing on the side button for about 5 seconds. When you see the Sony logo on the screen keep the button pressed until you see the screen indicating the SmartWatch is now discoverable. (Watch and phone icons with arrows in between)
- Scan for bluetooth devices on your phone. (Phone Settings > Wireless and Network > Bluetooth Settings > Scan Devices)
- Choose SmartWatch when it appears on the list. It will then display a number on both the phone and on the SmartWatch. Accept on both the phone and on the SmartWatch
- If possible, install/upgrade the SmartWatch app also
- Open the Smart Connect. By default, Smart Connect has a few accessories. The SmartWatch should appear on the list if it has been installed (step 3)
- Choose SmartWatch
- Choose Applications and Settings. Tap on Usage Tips to familiarize with how the SmartWatch works
- Choose Applications
- Make sure that Endomondo Sports Tracker has been installed and enabled
- Turn on the SmartWatch by double tapping on the touch display
- Select the menu by tapping once on the clock
- Swipe upwards to access the apps on the SmartWatch. Pinch or use two fingers to get out of other apps
- Choose Endomondo
How to use Endomondo on your SmartWatch:
- After the splash screen has finished (1-3 seconds), start the workout by tapping once on the play button on the center of the screen
- Change between the 3 different workout screens by swiping horizontally. These screens will show a) Distance and Duration, b) Speed or Pace (depending of the sport) and c) Heart Rate (if you wear a HR monitor). The data on these screens cannot be changed and the units will be as in the app
- To pause the workout, tap once on the pause button in the center
- Resume or Stop the workout by tapping once on the Play or Stop buttons respectively
If you stopped the workout in step 2, you can go back to the workout screen by pressing back in the bottom left corner.
Gear Fit 2
For more information on how you can connect your Samsung Gear Fit 2 with Endomondo, please click here.
Gear S2 and S3
For more information on how you can connect your Samsung Gear S2 and S3 with Endomondo, please click here.
Original Gear devices (Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit and Gear S)
Original Gear devices such as the Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit and Gear S are no longer supported on Endomondo as of version 18.5.
There are several ways to start a workout on Android Wear. You can either:
- Scroll down to the three-dot menu, select the Endomondo app and hit the start button,
- Start the workout on your phone, press the notification you get on your Android Wear when it pops up and swipe to the “Open” button, or
- Use the nifty Voice Activation feature and say “Start Endomondo”, “Start a workout”, “Start a bike ride” or “Start a run”.
On Android Wear, you can swipe between three display pages, and each of them can show up to 2 different stats. To define the stats, access your Endomondo app settings, select “Smartwatches”, and choose Android Wear to define zones on your display.
Android Wear support is included in the free version of our app. For PRO users, when you download the Free version and log in with the account associated with your PRO app, all your PRO features will be automatically unlocked. After having downloaded the Free version and logged in, you can safely delete the PRO version.
Android Wear app offers Heart Rate data support for the Smartwatches that have built-in heart rate monitors (currently Motorola Moto 360 and Samsung Live). To Enable the HR, please access the Endomondo App - Settings - Smartwatches - Android Wear - scroll down and enable HR here.
We don't have any immediate plans for adding support for Android Wear 2.0