The New Garmin Connect Mobile
It’s time for a new design. Garmin Connect Mobile just announced an update to your dashboard, and we thought you might want to know about the new features we are excited about.
The first thing you’ll notice when you open the app is the updated My Day page. Bold, colorful activity cards provide all your vital health statistics — steps, calories, sleep and more — at a glance. Just scroll down to easily compare today’s totals to past results, or tap in for more detailed information.
Set up your dashboard based on what you want to see first. If knowing your sleep patterns is most important, you can pin it to the top of your dashboard. When you finish a run or bike ride, it will jump to the top of your dashboard, so you can review your stats. And you can remove the stats you don’t want to see.
Activities by Color
Your activity cards come in different colors, so you can easily identify each activity and challenge. You won’t have to read a title to know that you are viewing cycling activities or your latest run.
Your Week in Review
Hunting down your stats is a thing of the past; the My Day view lets you compare today’s stats to yesterday’s. You’ll have a card dedicated to how you wrapped up your previous day. Then at the end of the week, you can look back at your averages from the last 7 days.
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