Android TV & Amazon Fire TV App Adds Support for Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitors

Peloton has been working on adding some long-missing features to their big screen TV apps this week. Following the news that Apple TV now has multi user support & quick swap login, Peloton has also released updates to both their Amazon Fire TV and Android TV Peloton apps to allow users to connect Bluetooth heart rate monitors to them now. With the sensors enabled, you’ll now see your heart rate in the upper left portion of the screen while in a workout.

Workout on the Amazon Fire TV app with heart rate data now showing

The release notes (which are the exact same on Amazon Fire TV stick, but just replaces the words ‘Android TV’ with ‘Amazon Fire TV) for the latest version of the app state:

Heart Rate Monitor Support, Now on Android TV: Connect a Bluetooth heart rate monitor to compatible TVs to see heart rate metrics during workouts. Optimize your performance and track your progress over time by tracking your heart rate zones.

To pair your heart rate monitor, open any workout. On the class preview page, there is a new icon near the top (to the right of the start button, and bookmark button) for heart rate. Clicking it will open the heart rate pairing screen.

New icon now shows on preview page for whether you have a heart rate sensor paired.

Once you turn your heart rate monitor on, it should show pop on the TV shortly. Choose to pair it. Once done, it goes back to the preview screen, however, now the heart rate icon should have a green box next to it, indicating it is paired.

Screen for pairing a heart rate monitor

Start your workout, and you’ll now be able to have your heart rate data displayed and recorded to your Peloton stats! There is an additional option now as well for you to turn on and off the new window that shows you your heart rate data. You access it on the same screen you would end your workout, toggle subtitles, or toggle the display of the timer bar.

New option to toggle display of heart rate on or off during a workout.

If you don’t have the Peloton digital app already on your TV but want to check it out, the Amazon Fire TV app is available here, and the Android TV app is available here. Peloton also has Roku and Apple TV apps available, but at time of publishing, neither support Bluetooth heart rate monitors, although we imagine they might be coming soon based on this week’s updates.

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Chris Lewis
Chris Lewis is the creator & founder of Pelo Buddy. He purchased his Peloton in 2018, and uses all the different devices: Peloton Bike, Tread, Row, and Guide. He has been involved in the fitness industry for more than a decade - previously co-founding the websites Mud Run Guide & Ninja Guide. You can find him on the leaderboard at #PeloBuddy.


  • sma says:

    I like this feature update. Is this technically possible for AppleTV? Not sure if it can connect to BT HRMs…

    • Avatar photo Chris L says:

      Yes, the Apple TV (4K version at least) is able to connect to 2 Bluetooth devices plus your remote simultaneously, so should be technically possible

  • Bruce says:

    This works on my Fire Cube but not on my Fire Stick 4K. I tried installing all the latest OS updates and several reboots but it still isn’t showing up on my stick. When I check the app and go to more info it even says heart rate monitor support now available. Is there something I’m missing?

  • Jeremy says:

    What about using Apple Watch for heart rate. When will that be able to sync?

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