CycliqPlus 4+

Cycliq Products Pty. Ltd.

    • 1.7 • 29 Ratings
    • Free

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The CycliqPlus App allows you to change the settings and customise your Fly6 CE, Fly12 CE or Fly12 bike camera. Choose your preferred camera and light setup to capture everything and stay visible on your rides. Plus, you can create an automatic highlight reel of your ride or manually edit your footage shot on the Fly.

Pair your Fly6 CE, Fly12 CE or Fly12 device using the CycliqPlus App, then easily navigate through settings to customise your device.
- Change camera settings
- Choose your preferred light settings
- Adjust sound levels and alerts
- Turn Incident Protection mode on/off

Quickly create a 30 or 60 second snapshot of your ride and share straight to socials without any manual video editing.

With this app you’ll be able to quickly edit your videos, add Strava overlays and share to your preferred social platform.
- Import footage from Fly6 CE and Fly12 CE through USB On-The-Go (OTG) (cable connector required)
- Import footage from Fly12 via WiFi (not available on CE models)
- Edit and trim footage
- Connect to Strava and overlay your metrics on to your footage
- Add tramlines to your video
- Share your finished video on social media

Cycliq bike cameras come with an integrated bike alarm. Enable and disable the alarm from the CycliqPlus app by toggling the Alarm button on the home screen. If your camera is moved when connected via the app the alarm will sound, the unit will start flashing and recording, and you’ll get a notification on your smartphone.

What’s New

Version 3.7.3

Ride. Record. Repeat.

- App stability fixes

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Cyclist Edge ,

Why do I keep buying these?

I’m on my fourth Cycliq tail light but my first headlight camera. The Fly12CE is great. The Fly 6CE and Gen3, not so much.

Part of the challenge is this CycliqPlus software. It does not work reliably (for example, as I type this I am not able to rename my device). The incident mode turns off the camera automatically. If you lay your bike down to take a pee, for example, it enables incident mode. No problem. But the problem comes when you’re riding and then the camera shuts down after 30 minutes. Zero ability to disable the auto shutdown. If the files are locked, why would I want it to shut down? I want it to keep recording after an incident to get what’s being said around me when I’m on the ground.

And more related to hardware than software, the battery life on the Fly6’s is terrible. Even the new Gen 3 won’t last an entire ride if you have the light activated.

Zoo13 ,

Gets it about half right

The app is only good for basic camera adjustments (video / light / other settings). They removed record button and you can’t control both front and rear camera together. You have to set up one, close app and open app to set up second. The startup process for recording is also different for each camera. Also, it’s good to wake camera w the app to synchronize the time for each or the clocks might be off for integration to Strava. If you figure all that out you’re good to go. I’m rooting for them but much work ahead to sort this out for a good user experience.

Once running, footage is good. Don’t get me started on the Strava Integration lol - let’s hope they can afford additional resources to get these basic functions working properly. I give them a C for effort but please fix it and your sales will improve. I know quite a few riders who gave up on their Fly cameras because they are hard to use w the app.

the way, my name is Dr. Monkeypants! ,

Misleading advertising, at best

Well, where to start with this garbage hardware and software? Probably with the software because it’s the App Store...

You. Can’t. Do. Anything. Useful. with this software.

Change light settings? Who cares. They’re not even labeled right in the software, lol.

Format the memory card? Super unhelpful if you can’t actually view or transfer the files off the device without connecting it to a computer.

Well, it does allow you to view and edit files, *after* you’ve connected the camera directly to a PC *and* transferred the files to your photo library *and then* copied them back into your phone library. How is that helpful in any way in case of an accident and you need to share them in the field? It’s not, and you can’t.

Besides being unable to view what the camera is recording, you can’t even start or stop it from the app. If it’s on, it’s recording. That’s their solution.

Oh, and the video quality is mediocre at best, even at 1080p/60.

I should have just bought a GoPro and a separate light. At least I would have useful footage and decent software.

App Privacy

The developer, Cycliq Products Pty. Ltd., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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