Adidas releases universal miCoach beta app for Windows 10
Adidas has launched a new, universal version of its miCoach app for Windows 10 in beta form. The miCoach train & run Beta allows users to track their workout history, browse their user profile and the miCoach blog, and much more right from a Windows 10 device. Here's a breakdown of the features you can expect in the new Adidas miCoach beta:
- complete user interface overhaul: be surprised, the look & feel has many different variations.
- workout history
- fitsmart pair & sync
- shoe tracker
- miCoach blog
- user profile
- app settings
Since the app is universal, it should work across Windows 10 desktop and mobile. This is great news because the Windows Phone 8.1 version of the app, though it appears to be alive and well, doesn't seem to be accessible on Windows 10 Mobile. However, this is a beta version, and Adidas notes that it hasn't been "tested against" Windows 10 Mobile just yet. Indeed, we checked out the app on our devices and found that while the desktop version looks new and fresh, the mobile app still looks very much like the previous version.
Overall, the app is already looking pretty snazzy with a clean interface and an attractive dark theme. Keep in mind that this is a beta, and is thus not feature complete, and may not be completely up-to-snuff. We're not sure when the app was released to the store, but if you're feeling adventurous, you can check out the Windows Store link below to download the miCoach Windows 10 app and give it a shot.
Download Adidas miCoach Train & Run Beta for Windows 10
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