What devices can I use TritonWear on? What kind of technical requirements do I need to use it?
It's crucial to note that TritonWear's desktop version only permits you to review post-workout analysis; you can't run workouts or access live data on it. At TritonWear, we want to ensure that you have a seamless and smooth experience while using our platform. Here are the system requirements you need to keep in mind to get the best out of TritonWear:
For running workouts with TritonWear, you will need either a mobile device or a tablet. If you want to analyze your swimming data or check your workout history, you can use TritonWear on a mobile, tablet, or laptop/PC.
TritonWear supports both iOS and Android mobile devices, but it requires Bluetooth 5 or higher to run smoothly. This feature is generally available on phones or tablets that were launched after the year 2020. Using TritonWear on mobile devices is ideal for individual swimmers and small team workouts involving 2-4 athletes.
TritonWear works well on IOS devices, and it's best used for running live workouts of 4+ athletes. There is an Android version available, but it is not fully tested or optimized. Therefore, it is used at your own risk.
To ensure that you have the best experience while using TritonWear on a tablet, Bluetooth 5 or higher is necessary, which is usually found on tablets released after 2020.
Additionally, we do not support iPad mini or any tablet smaller than 8".
Instead, we recommend the current (9th) generation standard iPad.
TritonWear works seamlessly on Google Chrome. While it can work on other mainstream browsers like Firefox, Safari, and Edge, it is untested and may not work as expected in some situations.
It's crucial to note that TritonWear's desktop version only permits you to review post-workout analysis; you can't run workouts or access live data on it.
TritonWear's desktop version is ideal for advanced settings, team management, monitoring many athletes, and providing more detailed performance and workout history analysis.