If you’re looking to take your swimming to the next level, we recommend pairing your MySwimPro mobile app with a waterproof wearable. With a smartwatch or fitness tracker, you can ditch the printed workouts, leave your phone in the locker room, and take MySwimPro with you in the pool.

With MySwimPro on your watch, you’ll be guided through your personalized workout as you swim, won’t have to worry about counting laps or tracking splits, and your heart rate and strokes will be recorded seamlessly.

We’re constantly optimizing our app for the newest wearable technology. Here’s our guide to all of the available smartwatches, fitness trackers, and wearables that are compatible with the MySwimPro app.

Compatible Waterproof Wearable Devices

Updated: July 9, 2020

*with Garmin Sync feature

Support & FAQs: How to Swim with MySwimPro

Apple Watch

Pairs With: 

Recommended Models: 

  • Apple Watch Series 2 or later

Key Features:

  • Load swim & dryland workouts from iPhone
  • Load next workout in a swim training plan
  • Load swim Workout of the Day
  • Swim & dryland workout walkthrough
  • Workout split tracking
  • Heart rate display
  • SWOLF Score
  • Pool distance tracking
  • Open water distance tracking
  • Automatic set tracking
  • Apple Health integration

How it Works:

Garmin

Pairs With:

Recommended Models:

MySwimPro is compatible with more than 30 Garmin smartwatches. See a full list here!

Key Features:

  • Load swim workouts from iPhone or Android phone
  • Load swim Workout of the Day
  • Swim workout walkthrough
  • Split tracking
  • Pool tracking*
  • Automatic set detection*
  • Automatic logging of swims saved to Garmin Connect*

*with Garmin Sync feature

How It Works:

Fitbit

Pairs With:

Recommended Models:

Key Features:

  • Load swim workouts from iPhone or Android phone
  • Load swimming Workout of the Day
  • Swim workout walkthrough
  • Heart rate display
  • Swim workout split tracking
  • SWOLF score

How it Works:

Android | How To Swim With MySwimPro On Your Fitbit

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WearOS by Google

Pairs With:

Recommended Models:

  • Any waterproof Android Wear 2.0 device
  • CASIO Pro-Trek WSD-F20

Key Features:

How it Works:

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72 thoughts on “Compatible Smartwatches for the MySwimPro App

  1. I notice the Garmin fenix3 HR is not on the list of compatible devices. I use this with Strava and was hoping to use myswimpro as well as my principle swimming tool. Is this possible, even in a limited sense. Obviously full functionality would be great.

  2. Hi, besides the Casio watch, is there another one that is Android Wear 2.0 compatible that is a little more feminine and waterproof?
    The Garmin is cool, just expensive.

  3. Any chance your app gives vibrating pace alerts like the apple watch for running so you know you have dropped off a certain desired pace you have set to achieve. Thus you know when to speed up without even having to look at your watch.

    1. Hi James, great question! We currently don’t have this functionality, but it could be possibly be built int he future! Our app does vibrate when it’s counting down to alert you when to start your next rep. But vibrating alerts about your pace while swimming would be an amazing feature! Thanks – Paige

  4. The Garmin Swim watch isn’t on your list of supported Garmin devices. Seems like a natural fit. Any hope that might happen?

  5. Dear Paul,

    If I understand all these comments and replys then when a watch runs under wear os it should be compatible with your app?

  6. Hi I have recently purchased a Amazfit Stratos 2 smart watch. Does the app have compatibility with this watch?

  7. Hi, I can use it with Apple watch without carrying a phone (stand alone mode) ?
    and with a Polar chest strap h7 ?

    Thanks

  8. In 2018 you said stay tuned for Sumsung to be added. If I am reading the thread correctly you are now saying it in not in the plan to support Samsung. Is that correct?

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