Push yourself to the limit and test your true level of fitness with your own personal handheld beep test.
» Both 15m and 20m beep test versions
» Perfect for PE school teachers who wish to monitor their students individual progress
» Ideal for anyone training for the police, fire or military fitness assessments.
» Support for Apple Watch
» Ability to add multiple user profiles
» Run by yourself or against your friends
» Edit each runners personal target score
» View your average, best and last bleep test result
» Graphical representation of your test history
» Clean and easy to use interface
How does the beep test work?
Beep tests are split into a number of different levels, with a number of beeps at each level. For example, the requirement for police officer candidates in England and Wales is to reach level 5.4 (i.e. level 5, four beeps). The total running time for this is about 3 minutes and 40 seconds.
Beep test is a commonly used term for shuttle run, multistage fitness test (msft), pacer test, endurance test, and bleep test.
» Bleep test levels now correctly starts at .1 rather than .0
» Other bug fixes
» Updated screenshots
What's planned for the future? We are completely remaking the Apple Watch app and are allowing you to take a deeper look into your bleep test history and statistics. Expected later this year.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Sounds and synaptics on the watch don’t exist...the only thing beeping is the phone. When will this be revised/added?
Pretty good, could be better
Improvements have made it better. Better support for multitasking and verbal announcements for each level are good improvements. The biggest thing it's still lacking is showing how many shuttles are remaining in each level – since the number changes as the levels go up, it's not easy to know how many are remaining.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.