Polygon founder Chris Anderson and his team at Polygon have created the new Polygon Fitness app for Windows 10, Linux, and Mac.
Polygon is a new company with an emphasis on mobile, and the fitness app for that platform will be called Polygon Fit.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how the new app is built, and how it compares to other fitness apps.
The Polygon app has been in beta since last week, and we’ve been able to run through the basics of the app to get a feel for how it’s built.
The app looks pretty standard, with a lot of familiar UI elements like the app bar, the navigation menu, and a handful of icons.
We also found a few bugs and performance issues with the beta version of the Polygon iOS app, so we’d recommend using the beta for most of your fitness needs.
As you’d expect from a fitness app, there’s a lot to do.
To start off, you can choose from five different workouts: 10-minute run, 5-minute walk, 10-min bike ride, 5 mile run, or 10-mile bike ride.
There’s also a variety of daily and weekly exercise plans.
You can also choose to track your progress in a weekly, monthly, or yearly view, with the daily view giving you a snapshot of how you’ve performed.
The weekly plan will give you a summary of how many steps you’ve taken, as well as how many calories you’ve burned.
Weekly goals will give a weekly reminder of when you can do your weekly workout, and daily goals will tell you how many minutes you’ve spent in each workout.
You can also use a timer to tell you the amount of time it takes to complete a workout, a weekly or monthly goal, or an hourly goal.
The weekly goal will let you know when you’ve hit a new daily goal.
For example, if you want to run 10 miles every day, you could choose to set your weekly goal to 10 miles.
If you’ve set your monthly goal to 30 minutes, you would be able to set a monthly goal of 30 minutes.
The daily and monthly goals are very similar to the weekly goals, and they can both be set to the same daily or monthly goals.
The monthly goal is the one you set to get the most out of your workout, but you can also set a daily goal to get you started on your weekly or weekly goal.
You’ll find that each workout type has a similar weekly and monthly goal.
We recommend that you choose a workout type that is consistent across your workouts, but there’s no need to choose a specific weekly or daily goal every day.
For the most part, it’s up to you.
We can’t wait to see how well this new app plays with our users.
Polygons Fitness app is currently in beta, and you can check it out right here.
Polygraph also announced that they are also working on an Android version of Polygon.
Stay tuned to Polygon for more information on this app.