Performance Sport Technology

COROS Wearables Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.9 • 289 Ratings
    • Free

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The COROS app is your tool to help improve your fitness, download training plans, navigate with confidence, customize your devices, and more. The app will help you to track, and view:
- Daily Data such as Sleep, Steps, Calories and more
- Activity Summaries for all sports recorded on your watch
- The Explore Page to manage maps, routes, and saved locations
- Profile Page to customize your watch and personal settings
- Connect and sync to 3rd party apps like Apple HealthKit, Google Health Connect, Strava, and more

- Sync steps, heart rate and other data to Apple devices using HealthKit
- Continuous background use of GPS can decrease battery life

What’s New

Version 3.4.9

- We release many exciting updates packed with new features, but sometimes we need to fix a bug or two within the update. This update does just that, fixing a bug within your activity details page to optimize the lap display. Also, don't forget to stay on the lookout for more exciting software this summer.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
289 Ratings

289 Ratings

Zlevi639 ,

Two things I need for the perfect app...

And I think they'd be very easy to implement and would warrant a 5-star rating from me. 1) Allow more choices in the "Notifications" option besides "Others." Selecting "Others" may give me a five notifications I'd like to receive on my wrist, and 95 notifications I wouldn't. Breaking this down further, similar to how Fitbit or other wearable tech companies do it (selecting apps based on which notifications your phone is receiving), should be simple. 2) Let me set my week begin/end. The week for me goes Sunday to Saturday; for others it's Monday to Sunday. Also something that should be very simple. Thanks!

Edit: After the most recent firmware updates, my Apex 2 Pro battery has been much faster. Still top notch battery life compared to competitors, but it is quite noticeable.

jb0ne83 ,

Terrible App

I like my Coros Apex watch, but this app is terrible. My main problem with the app is that it is impossible to visually track any longer term trends in regard to items such as resting heart rate, fitness level, VO2 max, sleep, and training load. It’s super helpful for any athlete to track this kind of data over 12 month, 6 month, 3 month, etc. timelines, but there is no way to do this within the Coros app. For example, I feel like I might be getting sick today, so I want to see if my resting heart rate is elevated in comparison to my normal levels. The only way to do this within the Coros app is to go back through every day over the last few weeks and write down the resting heart rate for that day by hand in order to plot my own graph. Coming from a Garmin, I could see a graph of my resting heart rate over the last 7 days from the watch without even using their app! Coros needs to get the software side of their business figured out before trying to push any more hardware out to the market. I’ve had my watch for about 2 months now, but I’m strongly considering returning it because the app is so bad.

johnsonblee ,

Poor connectivity ruins the experience

I switched from Garmin to Coros and love the Apex 2 Pro watch itself. However, from day one I have had issues getting my watch to connect regularly with the app. I have communicated with Coros support, but they had no solutions and wanted to blame either my phone or my settings. The watch connection simply isn’t consistent and stable. I have to manually reconnect dozens of times every day, simply because I walked away from my phone. The watch should reconnect automatically, but it doesn’t. I have to manually refresh the Coros app 2–3 times after a workout in order for all of the data to transfer. Not all data transfers in a single refresh, which makes no sense. And regularly, activities don’t sync to Strava without multiple refreshes of the app. This simply wasn’t an issue with Garmin. I really want to love the app, and I appreciate all the data it provides for my workouts. But the simple connectivity ruins the whole experience.

App Privacy

The developer, COROS Wearables Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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