Updating garmin 200
And then after that it just drops off once I hit publish. Now as you can see in the video there’s a fair bit of change to the user interface here, mostly upon actions.
– Addition of two swipe interface points on side of watch: These allow up/down movement through menus – Garmin Pay added: Contactless payments that utilizes NFC so you can buy your coffee with just your wrist – Structured workout support added: This allows you to download custom workouts and training plans/calendars to execute – Pre-loaded workouts added: These are for run, cardio, strength, and bike workouts – Automatic Rep Counting added: For strength workouts, this was seen previously on the Vivosmart 3 this spring.
Again, there’s no music on the Vivoactive 3 directly.
– Numerous sport modes: This isn’t just a running watch, but has everything from cycling to yoga, pool swimming (not outdoor) to rowing.
Garmin has a website that’ll soon list all the banks/credit card companies that are supported – but it sounds like at least in the US it’ll be all the big ones.
Do keep in mind that just because something is supported on the Apple Watch or Fitbit, doesn’t mean it will be on Garmin. These all have to be individually negotiated with Garmin and the banks (or Fitbit and the banks, or Apple and the banks). Meanwhile on the back of the unit you’ve got the new 2017 optical HR sensor from Garmin, which is the same as found on the FR935 and Fenix 5.