Heart Rate Announcements/Feedback during recording (mobile)

Dear STRAVA decision maker

In the past I've used a  Polar watch that was set to my Low & High heart rate zones (by setting my age), then during any activity (run/bike ride) I got announcement/warning when I was below/above these values. 
As you've already have the distance Audio announcement I'd like to suggest you אם add
1. Announcement of the heart rate value together with the regular pace announcement that available today. 
2. Warning announcement when the runner exceed this range ( below/above) as by using an old Polar watch. 

Thank you very much for this great App & Best regards 
Itay

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  • +1

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  • +1 for audio cue triggered by heart zone (not time or distance).
    Constantly slowing down to check the phone on my arm is not practical. Even basic heart monitor watches have this function...

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  • This is a feature that would make it worth a "premium" subscription for me. 

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  • Please look at implementing this.  I 'voted' for it ages ago but it seems nothing has come of it yet.  It's not much point having a premium subscription without the ability to use heart rate data during a ride.  Endomondo displays heart rate data on my pebble which is good, but if Strava could enable audible alerts that would be a reason enough for me to stay with Strava.

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  • I've been using the Polar app for live HR features. Was very disappointed on my last long run that Polar recorded my HR for the first half, and Strava for the second. Neither had both. Not sure how that happened, but next time going to have to use one or the other. Seeing that Polar has the live HR features...oy. Please add this functionality, Strava!

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  • +1 strava needs this.
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  • +1

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  • A friend I trusted talked me into strava... then like an idiot I let strava talk me into tickr.... I foolishly ASSUMED MY HUNDRED DOLLAR PURCHASE would alert me when I got out of the fat burning zone because why else would you buy a heart rate moniter??!!??    WRONG.  No... and you talked me into it and I cant see any way to sync it up with Strava.... You do realize knowing that I was in and out of fatburning mode after the ride is just.... useless info right????    I've got to see that I got too fast walking up that hill and then the next day try to reember how hard I was breathing so I can drop it down a little .... seriously?     Stava this is the last time you're screwing me caues I  don't trust you any more.   IF someone ever brings this up to date - please, let me know.   IF there's a way to sync it with strava... LET ME KNOW.... You made your money by screwing me.... and you didn't even kiss me.  $100... sofa king ripped off. 

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  • This ! Please implement this. 

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  • I want to purchase a wahoo tickr and a premium Strava membership so I can get audio announcements on HR like time and distance anouncments that Strava already provides.

    HR is the metric everyone wants in real time. Can Strava make it happen? 

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  • Guys, until Strava gets it's act together on HR announcements, etc, can I suggest you use the Wahoo Fitness app? You can upload all your data direct to Strava from within the app, and the screens and audio announcements are all very configurable to your requirements.

    (I have no connection to Wahoo just a happy user of their app - once you figure out how to set it up!)

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  • It's very important to be in correct HR zone while training. Please make some sound alerts when HR zone changes.

    p.s. Wahoo doesn't have such feature on Android. But Runtastic has.

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  • There's an opensource Android app called RunnerUp that provides audio cues for heart rate and compatible with most monitors, triggered by distance or time. I've switched to this app since you can easily send your activity back to Strava, Runkeeper, etc... All free of charge and full of features.

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  • Looks like there are tons of folks who want this to happen.  How hard can it be and if so please let us know.

    Please audio announcements for heart rate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • I've decided not to wait till they will do it and created small satellite application for android which can be run in parallel to strava and do audio announcements for heart rate zone change (like in Runtastic). Link to google play store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pbartz.heartmonitor  or just search "heart rate announcer"

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  • Heart rate zones audio announcement is a vital feature for a proper training.

    So, guys: keep asking for it and maybe Strava will consider it some day (maybe year 2020)

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  • I gave up already, it's been well over a year and still nothing.

    So I switched to RunKeeper Pro - it has audio alerts triggered by heart zone.

    Perfect. Never looked back since...

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  • Go away from runkeeper. The app is inconsistent! Crashes a lot and slow as ffff. If you want to take your chances loosing your activity you can try. On the other hand there are many apps out there and tapiriik to sync between them.
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  • Yet to have any problems with RunKeeper (on Android)

    Runtastic is also very good and has audio alerts triggered by heart zone changes

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  • I love Runtastic and Runkeeper the only think I don't like about them is that they don't support food pod (stride sensor) and will like to have something more accurate when running on a treadmill.

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  • Runastic is better than runkeeper period. About bugs ill mention one. Go for a run with hrm. Make a 10 minute pause. You know what happens. ? It gets added to the end as a hrm flat line on the graphs and calcs. Plus you cannot add pictures in any way after your activity is uploaded on Android. Now having said that, I am not a promoter of Strava or anything like so.

    I come here indeed from using runkeeper because I had too many issues with runkeeper.

    It's an advise or tip.

    What I suggest you fix your hrm announcement is use another app for that for the time being. Or use any other app and sync here for segments leaderboard and analysis. If you like segments or leaderboards or friends.

    If you don't then why are you using Strava ?
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  • The one thing that stops me buying a premium subscription is the lack of heart rate zone training audio cues. It's such an obvious requirement for a serious running app that I question why it isn't included. Runtastic Pro has this feature, unfortunately they also have a lot of annoying pop ups.It seems that these apps are more about profit and less about runners which is a real shame. I really like Strava, but this is a deal breaker.
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  • need this feature as well,  polar, runkeeper, and others have it.  Please add it at least for the paying customers.  pace/speed, HR/HRA, elapsed time, selectable intervals.

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  • +1
    I would love to have audio alert when running above 220-[myage] bpm.
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  • Pretty sure sirens are the audio cue for over 220 bpm.

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  • Sorry, maybe it wasn't clear, I meant 220 MINUS user's age, in order that it should automatically consider the age of the user.

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  • You're right, misread your post. It would be great to have audio cues for maffatone HR, and or zone alarms. Come on Strava! 

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  • I agree with the above comments. Depending on what type of training I am doing, I want my heart rate between 80% and 85% of max, or between 65% and 70%. Having an alarm indicating when my heart rate leaves these zones would be very valuable.

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  • First of all, love strava! :)

    But... seriously guys, even just a simple audio cue for average heart rate or heart rate zone change or just add current heart rate to the existing mile/km call. Anything would be better than nothing. I purchased the wahoo based on your recommendations specifically for this and was annoyed to find the app didn't have tell me anything about it. The suffer score is great to read afterwards but I want more guidance during a run...

     

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  • Hi Strava. I'm a software engineer, I'd be happy to add this feature for you. I'll donate some time, and I'm sure some of the people on this would be willing to contribute a bit of money to get it done.

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