Supported Devices And Apps

“What gets measured gets done”
 

Keeping track of your activity helps increase your Health Score and encourages you to do that little bit more.
You can track your activities directly with the MyLife app or connect to the many other fitness tracking devices and apps from third parties.
 

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If you use a fitness device or app – in most cases you can sync it with the MyLife app so that your activity is automatically added.
MyLife connects directly with most popular fitness tracking devices listed below.  

Activity Trackers & Smart Watches

Fitbit

Track steps, distance, calories burned, heart rate and sleep data.

Garmin Connect

Garmin devices allow tracking of steps, activities incl. GPS track points, heart rate and sleep

Polar

Devices that are compatible with Polar Flow allow tracking of steps, moves with GPS track points and heart rate.

Suunto (Movescount)

Suunto allows tracking of many different activities including GPS track points as well as heart rate.

TOMTOM

TomTom allow tracking of steps, activities and heart rate data from supported devices.

Withings

Withings allows tracking of steps, distance, calories burned, sleep data and heart rate.

Apple Watch

Connect your Apple Watch through the Apple HealthKit app on your IOS device. 

 

Activity Tracking Apps

Apple Health App

Your health data stored on your IOS device can be synchronized with MyLife. You can track steps directly via the Health app as the phone has an in built step counter.

Endomondo

Track many different fitness activities including GPS track points, moves and heart rate data tracked by Endomondo

Google Fit

Connect to the Google Fit cloud to allow your health data to be synchronised with MyLife

Runkeeper

Connect Runkeeper to MyLife and transfer your fitness tracking data and heart rate automatically. On MyLife you’ll need to press a synch button to enable a data transfer:

Track > Supported devices/Apps > Runkeeper

Strava

MyLife integrates all fitness activities including heart rate data from Strava
On MyLife you’ll need to press a synch button to enable a data transfer:

Track > Supported devices/Apps > Strava

Digital Scales & Heart Rate Chest Straps

MyLife integrates weight, BMI and fat mass from Fitbit and Withings digital scales.

Heart rate straps allow you to monitor your heart rate during fitness activities by displaying your heart rate on your smartphone. Connect your Bluetooth enabled heart rates bands to MyLife by following these steps:

Track > Tracking Devices/Apps > Add BLE Device


 

FAQ's 

How do I connect a wearable or app to MyLife?

Device and app connections are made through the MyLife app or website.

During registration you will be asked if you wish to connect your fitness device or phone app now. You will be directed to the connections screen where you can select the device / app you wish to connect.

If you wish to connect at a later stage go to

Track > Tracking devices/Apps  

 
 

What if I have a device that is not listed here?

On MyLife you can also manually enter your data on the App or through the web access.

Track > Add Activity manually

 

Can I manually add steps?

No. Steps cannot be manually added to MyLife.

 

Why is some of the data from my Tracker/App missing on MyLife?

We’re reliant on the data your tracker/app sends across to us so if this information is not included, it cannot be displayed in our app.

 

Why does my step count appear higher in the App than the steps      I’ve done?

If you are tracking your steps through your phone any vibration to your phone can cause it to count steps which leads to a higher count in the app.

 

Why is my Tracker/App not syncing with MyLife? 

Some external devices/apps transfer data to MyLife via their connection multiple times a day. Other external devices/apps only provide MyLife with one daily transfer of data via their connection.
Because of this, at certain times throughout the day MyLife may appear to have fewer steps than your tracker/app. It is recommended to wait up to 24 hours for syncing of data to occur.











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