The Onewheel app connects your iPhone to your Onewheel.
The app uses Bluetooth 4.0 and allows you to monitor many important things about your Onewheel and customize your Onewheel's handling to suit your riding style.

• Low battery alert
• Regeneration alert (battery overcharge warning when going downhill)
• Point of no return message (50% battery charge left)
• Battery fully charged notification
• New top speed message
• Wheelslip detection
• Consumption display: tells you how much percentage of a full battery charge you have already burned
• Regeneration display: tells you how much percentage of a full battery charge you have regenerated (when going downhill or braking)
• Estimated remaining range according to your current riding profile
• Total odometer display
• Speed display
• Board live movement display: shows the movement of your board
• Auto connect to your favorite Onewheel
• Board name: give your Onewheel a name
• Apple Watch app
• Social sharing and online leaderboards
• GPS track recording


Change the way your Onewheel rides, the way a surfboard shaper
customizes the ride for an individual rider.


Keep track of your battery status and other key riding parameters
while you fly through the world.


Control the LED lighting on your Onewheel.


The first boardsport you can upgrade from the cloud! Enhance your
riding experience by loading the latest Onewheel firmware onto your
Onewheel using your iOS device. No cable required!


Apple Watch connectivity allows you to monitor your Onewheel's battery status and speed and adjust your Digital Shaping directly from your wrist!

Battery disclaimer: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life

What’s New

Version 2.5.19

Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
405 Ratings

405 Ratings

Slepaniganspotato ,

Extra safety features would be nice!

I love my OW and have over 300 miles on it. I ride with my family a lot, on the beach, in town, and around my college campus.

Although I haven’t sustained any real injuries from riding because I always keep my speed under like 16 mph and wear all my protective gear, there are lots of daredevils out there who like to push the 20 mph limit (like my stepdad and other reviewers here) or folks who are just unaware of how fast they are going and end up nosediving often without a detectable enough warning. It might be nice to have an option where your phone gets alerted once you’ve breached like the 17 mph mark for example because at that speed you’re pretty close to pushing it too far, falling or being booted off, and possibly sustaining pretty bad injuries. I think that a loud audible alarm or notification of some sort would be helpful for those types of incidents if such a feature hasn’t been implemented already.

Another thing, is it possible to make a widget for your Lock Screen to show important information during your ride, such as current speed, so that you don’t have to unlock your phone while riding? If it’s possible I think that would help out a lot! It could be something you enable or disable maybe.

Other than that, please keep up the great work and ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET AND PROTECTIVE GEAR SUCH AS ELBOW WRIST AND KNEE PADS! Xoxo

lauber1322 ,

Great product, bare bones app

I love my Onewheel and am so stoked that it exists. However there a few holes with the app as it exists today.
The app is pretty bare bones. It does the basics pretty well but i feel it could benefit from both improved reliability and more focus on safety.
Sometimes the app tells me I need to update it to connect to the board (but I’m using the latest version of the app). Restating the app usually fixes this. The current speed on the app seems to update in near-realtime which I appreciate, however the current speed being passed on to the Apple Watch seems to be laggy. Improving this would be huge, as the watch is the ideal way to monitor speed. A native Apple Watch app would be cool.
Also, I’m not sure if I’ve experienced pushback or not, but I have been thrown off the front of the board at high speeds a couple of times. A stern alert to watch or phone that pushback has occurred and shutdown is imminent would be HUGE so that the rider could hopefully rectify the situation in time. That’s really the biggest hole for me and I think that really needs some attention.
Love the product overall and I try to monitor my speed as best I can to avoid getting thrown but the onewheel just lends itself to cruising so nicely. Some features to assist the rider there would be awesome.

yapishkahilt ,

Emphasis should be on safety

As others have noted, the app has no audible warnings whatsoever. If pushback takes place, there should be an option to be alerted audibly instead of just a vibration, which can be very difficult to detect due to the body vibration inherent in riding the OW itself over many types of terrain. It’s such a no-brainer that I suspect that there’s a specific reason (of which we’re unaware) that it hasn’t been implemented. Whatever the reason, it can’t be more important than the added safety of an audible alert that may prevent a nosedive.

While a comparatively minor issue, it is annoying that you must allow the app to track your location all the time in order to set up automatic recording of rides. The “only while using the app” option should work just fine; all you’d have to do is open the app when you start your ride, and when the app connects to the board, it starts a new ride. Very, few apps require and merit full-time location tracking, and this is definitely not one.

App Privacy

The developer, Future Motion, 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Diagnostics

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


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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