Athlytic Health & Fitness


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Athlytic analyzes your health statistics including sleep, heart rate variability, and heart rate to calculate how recovered you are to train today as well as how much exertion you have put on your body today.

You can also visually see all of your health data with colorful charts including sleep, energy burned, energy consumed, macros, Vo2Max and SO much more.

Athlytic features a myriad of complications to get a quick glance at your Recovery, Exertion, Daily Heart Rate Chart, HRV Chart, Net Energy and total energy burned & consumed as well as macros.

Athlytic also features widgets for Recovery and Exertion.

A Calendar tab lets you see your past 60 days Recovery, Exertion and Sleep. Each day on the calendar is tappable to see a summary of the day and any workouts logged.

You can log a workout using the watch app with available workouts like Run, Crossfit, Weight Training, Row, Stair Climbing (aka Versa Climbing), Walking or just an Other workout.

Even if you log a workout with another app you can still see workout statistics like calories burned, heart rates, Vo2 Max, and Heart Rate Recovery. Athlytic even has a proprietary Effort Score on a 0-10 scale to see how far you’ve pushed yourself. It also coaches you to tell you how far off of your PR or average the Effort was for each type of workout type.

• Athlytic does not require an Apple Watch, however for most of the features such as Recovery and Exertion Levels, you will need an Apple Watch in order to collect HRV and Resting Heart Rate Data necessary for these features.
• Athlytic integrates with the Health App on your iPhone to retrieve the data it displays. It will request permission to access the relevant data types necessary to present the metrics and features in the app.

Information about Athlytic subscriptions:
– Subscribers will receive 1 week free of Athlytic
– Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription
– Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.
– Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period.
– Depending on what subscription length you choose (Monthly or Annually), so long as your subscription is active, you will have access to the entire iPhone app for these periods, respectfully.
– Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription.
– You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase.
– Read our terms of service ( and privacy policy ( for more information which are also located inside the app.



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Athlytic|Download the iPhone APP from AppStore

Evaluation at the itunes store

Evaluation of iPhone App [Athlytic] at itunes store

  • newest version:4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)4.59292
  • All versions:4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)4.6

Number of people evaluated:226



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Impression and review of people to iPhone App [Athlytic]!

  • App is blank
    by FelipBorncois on October 17, 2021 at 5:48 pm

    Will update to 5 star after response. App is working great on my watch but I would like to subscribe for the exertion feature but when I open the app on my phone the screen is blank (tried light and dark). I’m on the latest 14…hoping I don’t need to be on 15 for this yet as I have a few apps that I can’t upgrade yet. Looking forward to dev response. Thanks.

  • Dream come true
    by J Sky on October 8, 2021 at 5:08 pm

    This app is a dream come true and it just keeps getting better. I’ve had Whoop for 4 years but Athlytic is way better in a lot of ways, so I’ve made the switch and canceled my Whoop membership. I’ve been looking for something similar on the Apple Watch for a couple years now and this is it! Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have a chronic illness that heavily impacts my energy levels and my condition is unpredictable on a daily basis. Athlytic’s recovery and exertion scores are more representative of how I feel compared to Whoop so it gives me a better idea of what I should or shouldn’t do in the day to prevent a crash. My wife is totally healthy and fit and she says her scores are also representative to how she’s doing. It appears that the developer frequently updates the app, is receptive to feedback and has stellar customer service - things that Whoop lacked. I love that the annual subscription is affordable and that it covers both my wife and me. I love that I only have to wear my AW and can do away with the extra bulky strap. I love that I can customize my max HR in the app which I think is what makes my exertion score more representative of how I feel. I love all the data and charts available—although I wish the lines and dots in the charts weren’t so bold, makes it feel kinda bulky and overwhelming but this is far from a deal breaker as I’m sure the graphics and stuff will continue to evolve and get sexier and sexier over time. We’re very happy to support this app and developer and are excited to see what’s to come!

  • Love this app
    by Bubbapotem on October 6, 2021 at 5:05 pm

    When I exercise, I am all about the metrics. I even use a white board to write down goals and workouts, then I take a picture of the completed board at the end of each month so I can look back and know what I’ve done month after month and how I trended week to week. This app takes my tracking to a whole new level. Just the Exertion Zone alone has radically changed my schedule, which before was more or less guesswork. Now I know when I need to rest, or when I’m not working hard enough, and how to train for the right balance. I was about a day into the app when I realized I could skip the free trial and buy the yearly subscription. I haven’t regretted it. There is a bit of a learning curve, and I’m still learning all it can do, but I am utterly sold.

  • Replacing Whoop
    by crossfit Graybeard on October 5, 2021 at 11:57 am

    I’ve been looking for an app to use with Apple Watch that will replace my Whoop. One that tracks HRV, RHR, VO2 Max, respiratory rate and sleep. I found it in Athlytic! I’ve been using both for the past month to compare results. It’s algorithms are different for HRV and RHR, but it seems to do a really good job at providing a recovery score that corresponds to how my body actually feels. Gary is very responsive with any questions that I have had. Super app!

  • Who needs a whoop
    by Boris the Boar on October 4, 2021 at 12:47 am

    I once considered getting a whoop but then I was informed about this app. It provides as more data as the whoop and I don’t have to purchase another gadget. And the price is out of this world. Why pay a monthly fee when I can get a years subscription for the same price and for the same service.

  • Excited about Athlytic!
    by 22Cj22_16 on September 29, 2021 at 10:26 pm

    I’ve had an Apple Watch for years but got a whoop band earlier this year. The monthly subscription quickly became old- especially considering I was still wearing my Apple Watch for the Watch purposes and it can do everything the whoop does. Coming off of whoop, I was looking for something to track recovery and effort given throughout the day. Athlytic does everything and more! I’m glad I found this because I can use my watch but also have a powerful fitness tracker on my wrist now also. I’m also excited it is still early for this app so I’m looking forward to where it can go. The frequent updates are good because I feel they actually listen to what people are asking for. If I had to change anything, I would say make the app more of its own. It looks similar to the Apple health app in some ways and I would like to see a fresh look just to separate itself more. Also, I love the new chart under the trend tab. The only thing is the recovery vs exertion tab is the only one you can press and slide to see more specific times. I think if all the charts were like this, it would be an even better experience. It would be nice to press and slide on heart rate throughout the day or workout to get a deeper insight. Overall, this app has everything and as mentioned earlier, I’m glad I found it early on and can’t wait to see it continue to improve and grow!

  • Absolutely Phenomenal!!
    by UncleDana on September 22, 2021 at 5:05 pm

    My wife used a Whoop for about a week and needed to switch back to her Apple Watch for all of its other benefits. That’s when we found Athlyitc and haven’t looked back. An absolute fraction of the price with every bit of functionality and useful data to influence your training decisions while keeping the usefulness of your Apple wearable intact. The best part?? CONSTANT new features, design improvements, and candid listening by the developer(s) on Instagram and App Store reviews. This App already has the functionality to replace Whoop and other wearables for 99.9% of the population and continues to outpace them on leveraging data and analytics that continue to become available via Apple hardware. 10/10 recommend.

  • Whoop killer
    by Knoxindy on September 20, 2021 at 10:43 pm

    Ditched my Whoop for an Apple Watch and have tried soooo many things to get the same Whoop feeling, this is it! Great features, quick developer responses, reasonable price (unlike Whoop). This needs more attention. Try to search for Whoop replacements and the consensus is “can’t do it”. Not true, this does it. Pop a widget on the Home Screen with your recovery number…so good!

  • Doesn’t Load
    by Bogart6 on September 4, 2021 at 12:49 am

    I used the app for approx 3 months. For the first 2 months the app loaded relatively quick and provided some interesting data. However, I’m not sure how helpful that data were in influencing my training regimen. At the end of the day though, it didn’t matter as the app began loading slower and slower. It is now to the point where it stopped working completely. I contacted the developer and while he responded promptly, he could not offer an explanation or provide assistance. Canceled my subscription today. UPDATE: Developer states I told him that I was using an iPhone 8. Not True. I told him I am using an iPhone XR. The Developer is not legitimate. There is a glitch in his software. The app has not loaded for over two weeks…

  • Perfect alternative to whoop
    by benjohngf on September 2, 2021 at 11:30 pm

    Used whoop but stopped because I didn’t want to have to wear another device along with my apple watch. And also because it was pricey. Needed an alternative to track whether I was resting enough but not have to spend a ton. So far, Athlytic has been awesome and has helped me get more out of my workouts. Also had a few questions, emailed support, and had quick and informative responses. Keep up the good work Gary!

  • WOW
    by Rychristie on August 30, 2021 at 1:31 am

    Was using Whoop before this and got an apple watch. It’s so nice to have the utility of the apple watch but i missed the date points whoop provided for my training. I am training to be a professional basketball player so those metrics mean a lot. 1 day in I am IN LOVE with this app. The way the information is displayed is so useful and easy to read. Won’t be going back to whoop!

  • Better than Whoop?
    by Mathgun on August 20, 2021 at 12:27 pm

    I have a new Whoop that I am trying for 30 days and I also have this app. So far, Athlytic is just as good as whoop and I am think g of returning my whoop strap. Really like the app and what it does with your data. Much cheaper than whoop and easily just as good.

  • Bought Subscription but def work in progress
    by snowman88888 on August 6, 2021 at 5:36 pm

    App is awesome but still needs some polishing. I bought subscription 5mins after using it so that is impressive 5 stars right there.

  • Great App!!!
    by thepu$$slayer on August 5, 2021 at 7:56 pm

    This app is amazing I use it to help me train for a half marathon. The app takes your heart rate and patterns to tell when you are recovering. I think it’s very accurate as when it says I’m recovered I feel recovered. I use the free version and thinking about going pro, but even the free version is great.

  • My most valuable fitness app, hands down
    by Groppler Zorn on July 22, 2021 at 3:13 am

    This is a fantastic app for anyone who trains regularly, giving you legitimate information on your sleep (the best tracker I’ve used so far), recovery, and exertion. The user interface is intuitive and pleasant, and the watch complications are equally nice. It regularly refreshes and works very smoothly. The developer, Gary, consistently improves the app with regular updates. He is receptive to user feedback and suggestions and responds quickly to requests for assistance. I used the free version for no more than a couple days before making the decision to support the app with a premium subscription, and I recommend that you do the same.

  • Exactly What I Needed! So much cheaper than Whoop.
    by drayellis42 on July 21, 2021 at 4:47 pm

    So far it’s excellent.

  • Great app, very useful information!
    by Scott9191 on July 8, 2021 at 12:00 am

    I’ve been using this app for about a week after doing a lot of research into apps that may provide me the information I’m looking for when combined with my Apple Watch and various activity apps I currently use. After reading about Athlytic I downloaded the free trial and signed up after a couple days after using it, seeing that I was getting what I was looking for. It provides all the useful info I need as a cyclist in a clear and concise way, without having to wear another device on my arm, or paying for any long term commitments. As a bonus I had a technical question that I emailed to them and got a reply back within 10 minutes and they walked me through the problem (simple error on my part). Customer service like that is invaluable!

  • Filling in a huge fitness metrics gap
    by Nics Tunes on July 6, 2021 at 8:57 pm

    Between whoop bands, oura rings and Garmin body battery, the Apple Watch was really falling behind in the training status metrics department. This app nails it and does a great job at bringing that functionality to the Apple Watch. now I have the usability of the Apple watch for daily use and the metrics of a dedicated device like the whoop. The Apple watch has a superior heart sensor than both The whoop and my Garmin fénix 6 which also makes this app MUCH better suited to tell you whats going on. Can’t have good metrics with bad data from bad sensors.

  • Great results
    by Jkuryla22 on July 5, 2021 at 9:53 pm

    Been using this app for a little while now and have felt better and gotten stronger as a result. In my late 30s now and this app helps me to look at data in order to keep from overtraining while in my head I feel 25 😂

  • Interesting but not quite worth it for me
    by Hamburger Monkeypants on July 5, 2021 at 12:57 am

    This app has some interesting stats. The recovery is similar to Body Battery on Garmins. The energy tab is really only useful though if you’re also tracking food to see if you’re in a calorie deficit. And description is misleading - this app doesn’t track sleep, it will only pull in sleep data from another app connect to Health. Since I don’t use another sleep app or track food, just having energy and recovery stats didn’t seem worth the subscription for me. (Would also recommend that the subscription pricing be included in the description.) If this app evolves to track all of the data natively vs aggregating half of it from other apps, then I would definitely reconsider!

  • Crashes
    by tripleoption on June 29, 2021 at 8:07 pm

    I literally cannot use the app. It freezes and crashes. When I try to purchase “pro” the app simply shuts down.

  • This app is amazing
    by ttttrrrrrkkkk on June 26, 2021 at 5:13 pm

    I absolutely love this app. It tells me when I'm overdoing it, gives me a morning readiness score, and tells me how restorative my sleep was. The paid version is worth the upgrade if you're even somewhat an athlete.

  • Don’t sleep on this app!
    by tia3339 on June 25, 2021 at 3:48 pm

    After a month of comparing Whoop and Athlytic, I ditched my overpriced strap and went all in. Not only do I not have to look ridiculous wearing a wearable on each wrist, but the stats you get are great! The developer releases new features weekly and it’s constantly evolving. Athlytic gives me great insight into just how far I can push myself but still get a good recovery the next day.

  • Wow
    by HarrietWinn on June 24, 2021 at 4:58 pm

    I always thought it was silly that I would have to buy and wear a Whoop band on my other wrist if I wanted Recovery metrics based on sensors that already exist in my Apple Watch. This app totally delivers. At first I was worried that the Apple Health Data would be slow to populate the experience, which has happened with other apps built on Apple health data, but this one is absolutely snappy. And simple. I’m a tracker, I track pretty much everything, I even went so far as to track my own net calories in a spreadsheet last year because I couldn’t get exactly the app to solve my problem. I considered writing my own to get what this app delivers (perfectly, beautifully) on the Energy tab- it even has a complication that shows me my current net calorie number. It’s hard to overstate just how huge that is for somebody like me, who has to push healthy calories to be able to achieve a surplus over the course of an active day. TAKE MY MONEY (and give me a daily protein grams intake complication pls thanks love you)

  • Best app
    by Frankie 915 on June 24, 2021 at 3:29 pm

    Love the app and replaced my desire to get a whoop band. Latest update prevents the app syncing with the watch app:( recovery scores are different on watch and phone

  • Very Useful App for Endurance Athletes
    by StephenAT on June 23, 2021 at 12:53 am

    For those of us at least moderately serious about our running and cycling training, this app is fantastic. It provides a really good summary of training status combining HRV, RHR, sleep, and training load. I’ve found the recommendations to be much better than apps that mainly consider a single factor such as HRV.

  • Ok but doesn’t always record energy exertion
    by cooDBetter on June 16, 2021 at 2:26 am

    This app works ok but it’s not consistent. In fact, I don’t see energy consumed readings logged. I have checked several times to make sure permissions are set.

  • Great app for strain and recovery data
    by Lex1392 on June 10, 2021 at 4:17 pm

    Great app that usually feels accurate! I wish they had a way to track how different things effect your recovery (bed time, working out, stretching, meditation, eating late, coffee, etc)

  • Remarkable
    by Big Drew83 on June 2, 2021 at 10:34 am

    Incredible app. All the data you need to listen to your body properly. I have a tendency to “push through” and this is counterproductive to my fitness goals. Athlytic keeps me up. NOTE: recovery rates vary because Apple Watch only allows 4 communications a day for hrv for battery life. I find that even the delayed adjustments(2-3 times per day with time stamps) really matches with my overall state. Also hrv requires a baseline to be built

  • Better than Wh00p
    by Caveat emperatur on May 30, 2021 at 12:13 pm

    Save yourself Wh00p’s subscription commitment, crappy device, and overhyped “service”. Try this first. This app is more accurate, provides more data and analysis, and you don’t need another band when you already have a technologically superior Apple Watch.

  • Worth it!
    by AppleReviewer! on May 21, 2021 at 1:36 am

    Really great app that’s constantly improving and excellent customer support! It’s been really nice to use the data that’s already being collected by my Apple Watch rather than having to buy a whole new wearable. Plus, this app has gotten me in a good habit of using the Breathe app on my watch right when I wake up which has helped my mornings feel better 👍🏻

  • Worked great
    by jrodrules on May 17, 2021 at 12:45 am

    Worked great, but no longer syncs to Apple Watch.

  • Fabulous customer care and 1:1 support
    by chrissytothoc on May 17, 2021 at 12:38 am

    I’ve never had such great support from any application. I reached out on Instagram because some other review suggested that is what they did and it went better than I could have imagined. Honestly, to work with Gary for about 3 weeks with back and forth messages trying to discern the issues was refreshing. He really cares and wants to make this the best app possible. Additionally the data is great and is continually improving. I actually returned my Whoop for this experience. Thank you for the fabulous customer care! Highly recommend.

  • Doesn’t work at all. FAKE reviews
    by DannyMIA82 on May 4, 2021 at 3:45 pm

    After testing, it’s clear. All these 5 star reviews are FAKE It crashes, only the first tab works. I thought Apple had a review process. How did this make it through?

  • So good!
    by 1738! on May 3, 2021 at 11:30 pm

    Highly recommended for people who are working out daily or endurance athletes. Even if you don't work out daily, this is a great why you monitor how you recover and get an idea of what impacts recovery and causes you to feel sluggish. If you're coming from a band like Whoop, the biggest thing this offers is tracking of carbs and calories versus your caloric burn and helps you understand how calories in can help fuel recovery. I'm using LoseIT to track my meals, it syncs my micronutrients to HealthKit and Athlytic reads the data from there. My only suggestions for the app - Can we get a watch face widget or I think Apple calls them Complications, to display recovery percentage in the watch face? Also, can we get a journal feature like Whoop has? Something where I can check whether I've had alcohol, caffeine, melatonin, done yoga, etc and have a graph of what positively and negatively impacts recovery?

  • Ok
    by ooooooo1224 on April 30, 2021 at 1:02 am


  • Better than the other strap
    by Aprice87 on April 28, 2021 at 8:18 pm

    This gives you everything the other strap does and then some. Uses all of your existing health data so you’re calculating strain right away instead of having to wait for it to calibrate. Stays within the Apple ecosystem instead of having to double enter, accurate readings on calories, interfaces with diet and sleep trackers. It’s the real deal!

  • Keeps Crashing
    by regardsfrommars on April 24, 2021 at 6:24 am

    I’ve been trying to upgrade to the pro version but it keeps crashing. I visited their website to see if I could do it there but it just had a link to the App Store. 👎

  • Great!
    by juloooooooooooooooooooooo on April 21, 2021 at 7:59 pm

    So much great data! And you don’t have to purchase another device since it’s compatible with Apple Watch. Love it.

  • Best app for recovery and performance
    by CWS2435 on April 21, 2021 at 7:18 pm

    This app is great. It truly helps you understand where you are atWith recovery sleep performance and nutrition. I love how it ties everything together from multiple apps that have been doing that for years. The best part about it is the support behind it as well always being updated with new features and really taking and the user recommendations. Highly recommend!

  • Watch won’t update without phone nearby
    by Michsuedg on April 18, 2021 at 4:41 pm

    Hi, when my phone is not nearby, the watch complication and inside will not update. Can you please make it where the watch can grab the latest information from health app independently? Thank you.

  • Great app to see how training and sleep affect you
    by sblhsmom on April 17, 2021 at 10:15 am

    I was happy to run across this as others were overly complicated. Interface is clear and offers a lot of feedback. Developer is responsive to questions! Would love to ability to add tags for travel, alcohol consumption so correlations are clear.

  • Impressed with the support/communication
    by chet814 on April 8, 2021 at 10:53 pm

    I had an issue with the initial setup of the app (the app hung) and I DM’d them via Instagram late at night. While I got out of the bind myself (simply restarted the app), they did respond the very next morning. And we exchanged a couple of more messages all within minutes. I really appreciate how responsive they are. The app itself its also very impressive. My personal data/history formatted into very attractive graphics which is insightful and easy to understand. To me, the $20/y subscription fee is reasonable. I look forward to continued improvements and new features of my workout and sleep data.

  • Great app
    by Burnofvengeance on April 7, 2021 at 7:40 pm

    I’ve been using this app for about a week and I love what they’ve created. Helps to guide your daily training based on your recovery and strain of the day. Great to see days where you’ve got capacity to push in and days when you should probably dial it back. Price point is worth it, especially compared to other wearables. Can’t wait to see what more features they come up with.

  • Great customer support
    by hamzabacc on April 7, 2021 at 3:42 pm

    This is a really helpful tool for me. More importantly, when I didn’t understand functions about why the app was behaving a certain way, I emailed and got responses back in minutes explaining how and why the app was telling me things. Looking forward to subscribing to the annual membership.

  • This app is fantastic!
    by Isabelle the great on March 31, 2021 at 12:05 am

    This app is exactly what I was looking for. It does everything I was looking for and I don’t have to wear just one more thing in my wrist to get it done. It’s completely changed my training and planning for recovery. It gets updated regularly which makes it even better with every update. Had a question and got a response very quickly. Love everything about it. Can’t wait to see where this app goes from here.

  • Great App!
    by Doodlebomb40 on March 22, 2021 at 4:45 pm

    I’m seriously considering getting rid of my subscription tracker and using this! My only suggestion so far would be the ability to edit sleep times. Sometimes I wake up and look at my recovery and then decide to work out later in the day as opposed to my normal early AM. The app read my awake time as 4 am even though I went back to bed for another 2.5 hours, so my recovery appears to be lower than my other tracker due to that. I did edit it in Apple Health but the app doesn’t appear to pick up on that. Otherwise they are almost identical in comparison and I’d much rather wear less hardware! I really love this app and even the inability to edit my sleep time wouldn’t deter me from using it.

  • *Edited* Exertion and Workout Effort analysis is questionable
    by ayobonus on March 11, 2021 at 4:04 pm

    EDIT: I have emailed back and forth with Gary multiple times about various questions about the app. He replies back and answers all my questions with detail quickly. It is apparent that he puts a lot of time, effort and dedication into this app. I have then since gotten the Premium membership to support him and this awesome app. I’ve been interested in the Whoop, but this appears to be the same thing and is all on my Apple Watch. Also, Gary updates this app so often and adding new features. I’m looking forward to see where this app will go, and I definitely recommend it. I have felt the difference on days where I felt a little more tired or sore than usual, and Athlytic recommends a rest day. It’s been awesome so far. This app needs more recognition and users! Original Review: Super excited to have found this app and was hoping it would be similar to Whoop but for my Apple Watch. I think the idea is definitely there, but some of the analysis is questionable. My exertion was considered “light” on a day where I did cycling, HIIT and strength training workouts, but “moderate” on a rest day where I just did yoga. It doesn’t make sense to me. Also, when checking out my workouts, this app analyzed a HIIT workout as “Very Light” effort, which is completely inaccurate. How can a HIIT workout where my heart rate was constantly above 160 be considered a “very light” effort. I just don’t understand how this app makes its analysis. I’ll continue to use it since I’m still one the one week free trial. But if this app continues to have these odd analytics, then I am definitely not subscribing for the one year Pro membership. Simply would not be worth it, even for a great concept like this app is trying to provide.

  • My review
    by Rick Henry MO on February 27, 2021 at 1:26 pm

    I had very high hopes as I’m about to switch the Awatch for the whoop. Issues: most of the time the app, the widget and my watch all display my recovery and exertion as far different numbers. Sometimes i will feel great and my recovery score is good and an hour before I go train it’s drops to poor. It’s just seems very inconsistent for a paid app. I’ll hang on for another month or two.

  • So excited for this app!
    by JCBECF on January 26, 2021 at 1:01 am

    Awesome app so far! I can’t wait to see how the features improves over time. I wear an Apple Watch and whoop and I’ve been waiting for this app so I can ditch the whoop completely. The heart rate function on the watch during exercise is so useful!

Change log

Update history of iPhone App [Athlytic]

This update features a new and improved Respiratory Rate chart in the Trends tab which also now shows your normal range of RR.

Also sleeping Blood Oxygen on the sleep tab (note that Blood Oxygen is only available on Series 6 watches).

Also included are Net Energy complications for Modular Small and Utilitarian Small Families. (Found on the Modular and Simple watch faces).

Also includes a tweak to HRV and Respiratory Rates. Previously, Athlytic would include HRV/RR taken during an in bed sample even if it wasn’t during an actual asleep span. Now this has been dialed in to only HRV during actual sleeping periods, not just in bed.

Also fixed a crash some users who have sleep prioritization turned off on the watch may have experienced.

Finally, after viewing the new calendar for a few weeks….I don’t like it. So I added a switch at the top that lets you tap to view Recovery, Exertion, or Sleep by itself.

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  • Version:2.2.6
  • OS:iOS,iPhone,iPad
  • Price:Free


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