Eclipse Yourselfย 

Every time you open the app, Eclipse will analyse your Activity, Recovery and Readiness data.ย 

The better your Eclipse, the more balanced your overall health is. If any circles are not in Eclipse, that health metric is not in balance.

Tip: tap the centre Eclipse anytime to perform a manual refresh.

Health Monitoring Made Simple.

Eclipse removes the multitude of numbers and scores that are usually served up to users by wearables. For example, "your sleep is 62 and your training score is 45".... what does it all mean? We just want to be active and healthy.

Fitness and wellbeing is much more than a training score, exertion level, sleep number, step count or effort number to name but a few. Eclipse delivers a visual that combines all the key metrics together, so we can start to really understand our health balance at a glance... without all the confusing numbers.

Eclipse Circles

Eclipse learns your individual baselines and trends from your most recent 6 months of health data to provide insights in the form of 3 circles:

(1) Activity

(2) Recovery

(3) Readiness

When the Activity, Recovery and Readiness circles form into an Eclipse, your body is in total balance.ย 

If however things are out of balance, such as needing more sleep, be easing up on your fitness, or showing some illness symptoms, the Eclipse circles will diverge and show you which area needs attention.

With health data coming from the Apple Watch 24 hours a day, Eclipse understands the current state of your body.

Eclipse offers a new way to conceptualise overall health into one key image each time you open the app.ย 

The daily goal is to create a perfect Eclipse.

Activity Circle

For those walking to the shops or those running a marathon, activity captures all general movement including workouts to understand the full picture.ย 

Activity is focused on your energy expenditure as the primary health metric in determining your Eclipse, so all your workouts and general day to day activities like walking and sitting will be included. All you need to do is wear your Watch.

If however you are doing too much or too little, the Activity circle will not be in Eclipse, as seen below.ย 

Tip: tap on the Activity gauge to drill into the Activity trends.

Recovery Circle

Understand the power of your sleep so that you can answer the question:

"Am I at peak recovery based on my body's needs?"

Recovery analyses your sleep duration, sleep fatigue, heart rate, blood oxygen (SpO2), heart rate variability (HRV) and respiration rate, combining all of these key recovery metrics to show if your Eclipse Recovery is in balance.

If your body is lacking in recovery, the Recovery circle will not be in the Eclipse, as seen below.

Tip: tap on the Recovery gauge to drill into the Recovery trends.

Readiness Circle

Are you ready for the day ahead?

Eclipse can monitor physical fatigue and mental stress, giving insights on when you are ready to perform, and when you should consider your options.

Readiness lets you find your balance between your activity and recovery, showing how your lifestyle impacts your health. Eclipse Readiness monitors your waking pulse, wrist temperature and heart rate variability (HRV).

If however you are out of balance in your readiness, the Readiness circle will diverge from the Eclipse, as seen below.

Tip: tap on the Readiness gauge to drill into the Readiness Trends.

Having one of those days?ย 

If you find multiple Eclipse circles out of balance, this will also be reflected in the Eclipse, as seen below.

Eclipse in Perfect Balance

When all circles align into an Eclipse, your Activity, Recovery and Readiness are all in perfect balance.

Eclipse Gauges

Directly below the Eclipse you will notice 3 gauges, one each for Activity, Recovery and Readiness. These gauges are the control dashboard for your Eclipse.ย 

When the white needle of the gauge is in the far left segments, you are out of balance and the Eclipse Circle will reflect this. If however the white needle is in the middle 'light grey' segments, then you are in balance for that health metric.

Gauge Needles

The Activity gauge has two needles, (1) a white needle and (2) a red needle. The Recovery and Readiness gauges both have one white needle.

(1) The White Needle

The white needle on the gauge is your primary Eclipse status showing where you are currently at in your balance for that Eclipse circle.ย 

The white needle will set in the morning to show you your Eclipse for the coming day.ย 

The white needle is the primary indicator that reflects if your Eclipse is in balance.

(2) The Red Needle

The red needle is only on the Activity gauge. This red needle is the "now" indicator to provide a quick glimpse on where you sit at that exact minute.

For example, it might be early morning and the red needle on my Activity gauge is behind to the left of the white needle . However, after I do some steps in the day and record a workout, the red needle is now slightly ahead of my white needle.

The red needle changes during the day based on your data to that exact minute, also acting as a forecast on where the white needle will be tomorrow if late in the evening and you are close to bed.

Today's Activity

How is your activity travelling during the day?

Staying on the road keeps your activity in the optimal zone. Every step and every workout counts, but doing this consistently is what counts the most!

Recent Activity

Any recent workouts over the last 7 days will show under the Eclipse.ย 

Each workout will show as a Quad graph, giving context on where that session (red dot) compares to other sessions for the same activity. You can swipe across the screen to see more entries.ย 

Tap on any workout to drill into more detail.

A rolling 7 day pie chart will also show your top 6 activities for energy expenditure (or better known as calories), so you can see at a glance what is contributing by percentage.

Learn more about Quad Graphs and Workout Details in the Activity page.

Today's Recovery

Are you at peak recovery?

Provided you wear your Watch for sleep tracking using the native Apple Sleep app or AutoSleep app, you can now answer this question by viewing the Peak Recovery Graphic.

The higher you climb the peak, the better your recovery!

Eclipse examines all the important sleep metrics that impact your recovery. Each of these metrics are plotted against your individual baselines, so you can see which metrics help climb you up the recovery peak, or bring you down.

Learn more in the Recovery page.

Today's Readiness

Are you physically and mentally ready for the day ahead?

When the yellow sun is above the horizon, your readiness is in balance. The higher the sun rises in the sky, the better prepared your body is to take on the day.

Learn more in the Readiness page.


The Orbit brings it all together. Track your Activity, Recovery and Readiness against each other.

Just like a spinning solar system, you can follow the Orbit lines to identify any related trends between the metrics, using a daily or rolling 7 day trend.

Learn more in the Orbit page.


The Inbox allows you to complete a daily wellness survey or add context to your workouts once they are completed.

The Wellness Survey lets you articulate anything such as injuries or illness, along with tags and notes on how you feel.ย 

The Inbox also lets you add context to your workouts, such as what training type it was like strength or aerobic, or rating the intensity of the session. It is completely optional but is a great feature for adding extra insights to your overall health.

Learn more on the Inbox page.

Sharing Data

Eclipse Share allows secure sharing of activity, recovery and readiness data with approved known users. The most typical use is between sporting groups and squads, families, friends and workplaces.

*Sharing is part of the 'Eclipse Yourself + Share' subscription. This subscription is required to allow sharing. Sharing is not required for individuals monitoring just their own Eclipse. It contains all the same functionality but allows the sharing of data between approved users.

Eclipse Share is accessed in the bottom navigation bar on the Eclipse home page, just select the tab called 'Shared'.

Eclipse Sharing allows you to monitor users remotely with your iPhone or iPad.

Learn more on the Share page.

Watch App

The Eclipse Yourself Watch app lets you easily see your current activity, recovery and readiness balance directly from the wrist.

The Watch app also supports complications for large modular graphic, infograph circular and infograph corner.

Learn more in the Watch page.

Options & Configuration

The Options tab contains configurations and settings to personalise the app.

Options is located at the bottom of the home Eclipse page, in the bottom pull-up window.

Setup my Profile - create a profile with information and an image. Required if using the 'Eclipse Yourself + Share' subscription.

Learn more in the Share page here.

Configure my Eclipse - options to customise your Eclipse, such as selecting your sleep app source and adjusting your required sleep hours.

Learn more in the Options page here.

System Settings - advanced settings for your Eclipse setup and troubleshooting, most likely you will never need to refer to these.

Learn more in the Options page here.

Share my Eclipse - for users on the 'Eclipse Yourself + Share' subscription, this lets you share your data with other approved users. You control the access to the data and can stop the share at any time.

Learn more in the Share page here.

Invite to Eclipse - this creates an automated message for inviting new users to Eclipse, or inviting existing users to share.

Learn more in the Share page here.


Use widgets on your iPhone to keep your important Eclipse balance information at your fingertips.

Eclipse Yourself has a collection of beautiful small and medium sized widgets on offer, as shown below. They are designed to reflect the key themes used in the app for activity, recovery and readiness.

Refer to the official Apple widgets support page here for setting up.


Exports allow you to extract your activity and workout data.

If you need to download your data to a comma separated value (csv) file, which can easily be opened with a program like Excel.

Learn more on the Exports page.

How To Video

Sometimes its easier to watch and learn. Refer to the videos below to understand more about the Eclipse Today page. Or view the entire collection on the Videos page.