Apple Watch GPS speedometer apps are always popular and can be a great addition to your fitness regimen, but some have had a hard time keeping up with the Apple Watch’s new GPS capabilities.
Now, Apple is introducing a new app that allows users to track their GPS speed and accuracy and upload it to Apple’s new Watch Health app.
The new Garmin Speedometer on the Apple Watches GPS app lets users track and upload their current GPS speed in both elevation and speed.
To start tracking your current GPS data, simply go to the Garmin GPS app on your Apple Watch and tap the GPS icon.
It will then open up an area to display your current location.
In the center of the screen, you will see a speedometer.
From here, you can add a number to the top of the speedometer to indicate how fast you are running.
Tap on the number to display the current speed in meters per second.
You can also tap on the left side of the Speedometer icon to scroll through your GPS speed.
From here, tap on upload your data to the Apple Health app, and it will then download your data into the Apple watch app.
From there, you need to upload your new data to Garmin to display in the Apple fitness app.
You’ll be prompted for your name, email, and password when you submit your data.
Once your data is uploaded, the Apple health app will display the number of calories burned, miles covered, and heart rate.
To view the results, just tap on a heart rate icon in the top left corner of the app.
Finally, you’ll need to turn off your watch to upload and display your new speed.
You do this by tapping on the top right of the Garmin Speedometers data bar.
The Garmin Speedmech app will automatically sync the data from your Apple watch to the iPhone.
Garmin is also now adding support for Google Fit.