Myzone | Make movement count 4+

Track and celebrate all effort


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 21.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Get in the zone and make it count, with a social platform and gamification to keep you feeling good, inside and out.

Join an inclusive community fuelled by physical activity, fitness and wellbeing with the heart rate monitor that rewards effort over ability. Or build your own community among your family, friends, and classmates.

At the heart of over 7500 gym chains in over 80 countries, Myzone is a unique wearable fitness brand that rewards effort rather than ability. It's the secret to motivating anyone to feel good about exercise.

The Myzone app uses inclusive, game-based mechanics and social elements to prove time and time again that we're stronger together. When combined with a Myzone heart rate monitor, the app creates personalised zones, based on your maximum heart rate, which means anyone can compete together on a level playing field.

What is Myzone?

Myzone develops accurate wearable technology, providing engaging and motivational experiences that support lifestyle changes to make exercise habits stick.

Myzone is used by 1.8 million people around the world at home, outdoors and in our partner gyms such as Snap Fitness, LA Fitness, Bannatyne Health Club, Fitness First, Anytime Fitness, and UFC GYM.

Myzone connects through analogue, ANT+ and Bluetooth with gym equipment, and Apple Watch. Myzone integrates with Apple Health to save your workout data and biometrics such as weight, BMI, and BMR. It also integrates with third-party apps such as MapMyRun, Strava, and MyFitnessPal.

Myzone integrates with many other platforms, including Apple Health. If you grant permission, we will save your activity calories, height, weight, BMI, BMR and body fat data to Apple Health.

Myzone heart rate monitors let you know the exact level that you're working out at, in real time. The heart rate monitoring system features electrocardiography (ECG) measurement that's accurate up to 99.4%, as used by health professionals. The MZ-Switch combines an ECG sensor with a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to create the world's first interchangeable heart rate monitor for the gym, outdoors or in water.

Myzone rewards effort over ability. Each device automatically updates how it records your effort, every time you progress through your goals. The five tailored effort zones make heart rate training easy to understand. Each zone is a percentage of your maximum heart rate, meaning that athletes and fitness newbies can exercise together to earn MEPs (Myzone Effort Points).

Myzone means you can take part in live classes with real studio buzz, wherever you are. Exclusive to the Myzone app, MZ-Remote is the world's first virtual live group workout where participants can connect and exercise together, while receiving real-time biometric feedback and personalised coaching from a trainer.

Myzone has been featured and reviewed by international journalists from publications such as Men's Fitness, Men's Health, Women's Health, The Huffington Post, GQ, T3, Wired and Esquire for over 10 years.

For more information on how you can join the Myzone community visit

What’s New

Version 3.12.10

BugFix for MZ-Open access

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
21.1K Ratings

21.1K Ratings

ArmyMedic7588 ,

Try it for yourself... not because of someone else

I decided over almost 2 years ago to buy the heart monitor because my gym was selling it and because people were getting a better work out from actively tracking their HR DURING their workout, not after. Yeah there’s a small lag time, but it’s so small by the time I look up I know where I am and what I need to do. Fast forward and I’m not at my gym now but completely understand my zones and where I need to be for what I want to accomplish. My Ymca is using this as their monitor and even though I don’t go often to the Y I feel good knowing I have it. I bought a Peloton bike a few months ago, who uses their own HR monitor they sell, but I trust myZone so much now I just love to stick with it. It’s easy, still have my friends from
My old gym and the Y and it syncs with my Fitbit well. So yeah it has a little lag time but by the time I take it off, undress for the shower and hop out it asks me if I wanna name my workout. Sure I can do that now. I don’t need to do it in an instant. It’s all in your own perspective. Oh and 2 years ago I bought mine... it just now got to 55% and I’ve NEVER charged it... ever. I love MyZone.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the awesome feedback!!

despic_abil_me ,

Great incentive to get to the gym!!!

I love seeing my info on the screen as soon as I enter a group fitness class. The color-coded monitor shows heart rate as a percent, and I find myself continuously moving just to keep myself in the blue (60%) status or above. The MEP point system is perfect for goal setting. I enjoy naming each saved workout and adding a picture behind the bar graph data table.
When the monitors are off, the wearable device requires the phone nearby with app open and logging in order to retain workout data. I lost an entire workout because I left my phone behind and there were no active screens on that day. I would like to be able to return home from a workout or return to the gym the next time the displays are active and sync up recent workouts or movements. I thought the device would have some memory for the $99 cost.
Another nice feature would be the ability to truncate the timeline of your saved bar graphs. One day I had worn the device while driving to and from the gym. The device had logged ALL data with the device worn, including the non-workout times. Contrary to what I said in the earlier paragraph, the phone was in range, but with the app closed, not actively displaying data.
Finally, I’d like to edit more than just a title and photo. Maybe add ability edit / delete the comments?

RuinedBrisket ,

Lost Data. Extremely buggy.

I’ve been having problems lately where the MyZone app fails to load historical data off the belt. I don’t typically work out near a MyZone receiver or with the belt streaming to the app on my iPhone. I know for a fact the belt is recording HR because it displays on the gym equipment. I used to do my workout (out of phone range) then open up the app on my phone before taking the belt off and it would load my workout data. That doesn’t work any more. Now the only data that gets saved in the app is for the period I am within range of the phone. The actual workout data never gets imported off the belt. I used to get around this by installing the app on an iPad and use it to load the data hours after the workout. It took a few tries sometimes but it usually worked. Fed up with the app I tried streaming to my Apple Watch. Today when I went to upload data from my watch it showed there were nearly 300 samples. It hit “upload” and got confirmation that upload was successful. The data is not in the app on my IPhone. The workout data is just gone. It appears that if the belt is streaming data over Bluetooth that it doesn’t save data to its internal memory so it can’t be imported later. I never had problems before they added Apple Watch suppprt. I am use the most updated versions of everything. If I keep having problems I’m going to quit using it because it isn’t worth the hassle.

App Privacy

The developer, MYZONE 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:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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