Polar WebSync

If you are looking for Polar WebSync, you have come to the right place. We explain what Polar WebSync is and point you to the official download.

What is Polar WebSync?

Polar WebSync is a software that is used for data transfer from the user’s Polar CS500 and other Polar monitoring devices such as the RS 300X and FA20 to the polarpersonaltrainer.com or from the Polar Active to be analyzed and stored in the polargofit.com. This software uses a more stable approach to data transfer to all training computers and afterwards shows a summary of the all the data transferred.

The Polar WebSync also allows the user to customize training display profiles for every sport. There are also other features such as Device Setting where the user can edit training sounds, alarm setting and date formatting. Newer releases of the WebSync allow the Training targets and Endurance programs data transfer to the RCX3. This data transfer software is also compatible with the RCX5 and CS500 Tour de France.

The Polar WebSync has been released in multiple languages which include Dutch, Chinese, Hungarian and English. It also has tested well with various operating systems including Mac OS X and different releases of Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. It has also fixed internal problems throughout its releases to give the users better services.

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Download Polar WebSync (external link)


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Last updated: : November 7, 2013