is a wearable that’s designed to track everything from your movement and sleep patterns to your body fat and tone of voice. The Halo tracks your live heart rate, too — and starting Thursday, you can choose to share that live heart rate data with supported third-party apps and devices, including fitness gear from NordicTrack, Openfit and Clmbr.
Connections like that should allow you to display your live heart rate on a supported machine while you get in a workout, or track your heart rate over time in a supported fitness app. It’s another step toward expanding the Halo’s versatility; earlier this summer, Amazon addeddesigned to analyze your flexibility.
To enable heart rate sharing, open the Halo app on your Android or iOS device, head to Settings > Heart Rate Sharing, and while wearing the Halo, turn the heart rate setting on.
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