9. februar 2022 | Version 0.19
Pourquoi c'est pas en français ???
9. februar 2022, jim_m_58
Sorry, only English. You should have used contact developer and not left a poor review!
25. januar 2022 | Version 0.19
With the release on 24-Jan-2022 steps are no longer in the VA4 FIT file & are no longer shown in the GCM activity card.
I also left you a post on the developer thread.
25. januar 2022, jim_m_58
Are they shown in the app itself?
5. januar 2022 | Version 0.18.2
This is excellent!
It does what the VA4 Walk Indoor app should have done.
Up to this point I was switching to my old VS4 and phone connected GPS/location for Indoor Track walking but that always cut the distance by 50-60%.
31. juli 2021 | Version 0.18.1
Felix 6. Records 944 steps as 0.5 kms distance. This records roughly close to that as 0.19 .. Huge difference. Wish it was more accurate.
19. juli 2021 | Version 0.18.1
Pretty decent one. For me it was off by ~400 metres - I walked 4.2km while the app recorded 4.6km.
I would love to see a kilometre wise breakdown (laps) implemented + vibration per lap.
5. februar 2021 | Version 0.18.1
Great for the Fenix 6s, which does not have Indoor Walk.
29. januar 2021 | Version 0.18.1
Using this on a Garmin VivoActive3 and with a few false starts, it seems to fit the bill -- like another reviewer, I'm surprised this is the only indoor walk widget or app out here. I'm having trouble getting stride length right in my VA3, and also, I just lost a whole walk (I guess I swiped when I should have pressed the button? Not sure). I'm confident I will figure it out, and it certainly is better than the Garmin native insistence that only running matters!
24. januar 2021 | Version 0.18.1
Installed today and tried treadmill (Kettler Run 7), worked good, just there was difference in distance. It showed 300 meters less than treadmill (total walked in this case 3,21 km). Suppose treadmill has it correct. Step lenght in my Fenix 6 is set up and callibrated on this treadmill.
24. januar 2021, jim_m_58
Remember all that's used to count is what your watch sees, and if you're holding on to something, the watch can miss things. The same can happen if your pushing a stroller or cart in a store, holding on the the rails on the tread mill, waling a dog or using a hiking pole.
1. januar 2021 | Version 0.18.1
Wish this connected to the HRM Tri to record steps rather than relying on my watch. This way I could be holding a book or have my watch sitting on the desk next to treadmill and still get steps could from my HRM Tri.
1. januar 2021, jim_m_58
This isn't possible.
31. december 2020 | Version 0.18.1
21. oktober 2020 | Version 0.18.1
Great app! Is there a way to get a save and calibrate option similar to treadmill run?
21. oktober 2020, jim_m_58
Sorry, there isn't
22. september 2020 | Version 0.17
Please add this to the Fenix 6. There isn’t an indoor walking option on the Fenix 6. There’s only indoor track or treadmill which both log as runs. I had this on my 735 XT!
25. september 2020, jim_m_58
I've added the f6 devices in version 0.18
2. september 2020 | Version 0.17
Great app! Searched and installed it 5 min before IW-workout. Any plans to add the possibility to show the heart rate as primary information (with BIG numbers) FR235?
7. juli 2020 | Version 0.17
Great app! Any plans to add to Fenix 6 series?
8. juli 2020, jim_m_58
As devices like the f6 and 945 already have indoor walking as a native app, I probably won't be adding them to this app
29. januar 2020 | Version 0.17
Great app!, Please upgrade to fr945
21. januar 2020 | Version 0.17
I've used this app for 3 years. Surprised that it's still the only option for indoor walking, but it's a compliment to the app developer that he filled this niche
20. juli 2019 | Version 0.17
Results show about 50% of actual walk. Tredmill showed 5k which is spot on with what i would expect. App results were a little over 2k.
21. juli 2019, jim_m_58
If you are holding on to the treadmill bars that will impact this, as will what you have set as your stride length in Garmin connect.
11. juli 2019 | Version 0.17
Only used this once on my Fenix 5 and Garmin Footpod, did a 1 mile walk and it was pretty much spot on with the treadmill.
24. april 2019 | Version 0.17
Works great. I have 235. May be a little off on distance inside, but close enough.All the reviews on the steps, the watch counts the steps, even when I had the Vivioactive 3 and it had the Walking as an activity, the watch counted the steps, same as now. So if you want to records walks, I recommend this, at least for the Garmin 235. ( Make sure you swing your arms natural inside or on treadmill!)
6. januar 2019 | Version 0.17
Tried it on a treadmill - treadmill indicated 2.06 miles, the app recorded .93 miles! The app also indicated that I burned more total calories than the treadmill. I walked with heart monitor but no foot pod. Also, the font is so small it very difficult to read, especially while walking.
6. januar 2019, jim_m_58
The watch needs to see your steps, so if you are holing on to the rails, that could impact your distance. Try keeping it in your pocket.
Also, which watch?
22. november 2018 | Version 0.17
superb application, at least for my fenix3 hr
25. oktober 2018 | Version 0.17
Finally, an indoor walking apps! Garmin miss this. Thanks for creating this one.
28. februar 2018 | Version 0.16-upd2
Will the app work for shipboard walking? I suspect steps will be fine but distance will be way out.
28. februar 2018, jim_m_58
It doesn't use GPS, so I think distance will be fine, as it's basing that on the number of steps. But I haven't tried it.
14. februar 2018 | Version 0.16-upd2
Save your time, unfortunately it doesn't work. I own a 735xt and I tried this on my treadmill... NOT EVEN CLOSE! No foot pod or nothing.
14. februar 2018, jim_m_58
What isn't working for you? Please use "Contact developer", as it could be something like what you expect a FP to do for you.
7. december 2017 | Version 0.16-upd
I appreciate this application. Unfortunatetly, it does not count the steps of a foot pod. Please support it!
7. december 2017, jim_m_58
24/7 Steps come from the watch and not the footpod. On something like a treadmill, make sure your watch sees the steps, as you'll likely miss a bunch if you hold on to the rails.