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July 5th, 2017 | Product News

Pace Update for June

We are happy to announce that the latest updates to the Amazfit Pace firmware (software on the watch itself), our Amazfit Watch iOS and Android app have been pushed live and are now available in the corresponding app stores. The main improvement comes in being able to see sleep, step and heart rate data directly in the companion apps.

What's New in Firmware Version 1.3.3a:

  • Updated GPS firmware to v3.0.2
  • Support .gpx import. Users can follow an imported route when running or biking and get alerts when deviating from the route.
  • Support activity data upload through WiFi
  • Added "Daily Overview" widget to view users' daily activity in one place
  • Show app list and provide access to all built-in apps on the watch
  • Support weather info on customizable watchfaces
  • And a number of other smaller bug fixes

What's New in iOS Version 1.6.2:

  • View your sleep data in the iOS app
  • View steps summary and details in the app
  • View manual heart rate measurements in the app
  • Plus a few bug fixes

What's New in Android Version 1.6.1:

  • View automatic and manual heart rate measurements from Amazfit Pace
  • Some minor bug fixes

The updates for Android and iOS are available through the app stores and once updated a red dot in the app will indicate that a firmware update is available for the watch. You will have to connect the watch directly to a 2.4 GHz WiFi network (password entered through the app) in order to receive the update onto the watch.

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At Huami Frederik looks after the marketing and sales organization specializing in social media, user acquisition, ecommerce, word of mouth, and brand development. He had immersed himself in computer science and business at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), then relocated to Berlin, where he gained experience creating viral marketing campaigns. Before joining Huami, Frederik had been Jawbone's Director of Growth, Lumo's Head of Marketing and launched and grew several technology startups in the Bay Area.

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