mPaceLine 4+

Meg Software

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 520 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Whether you ride on a dedicated Peloton Bike, a third party trainer, or outdoors - mPaceline can be a great tool to support your training.

mPaceline was created out of a love of spinning. The developer and his wife bought a Peloton Bike and loved it from the start. However, like many others, they struggled to demonstrate to themselves that their training was paying off.

Our focus in creating mPaceline was to provide a tool that would demonstrate the hard work you are putting into your training is seen.

Visualize your results

* To show you that all your hard work, sweat and sometimes tears, are paying off.
* To demonstrate that over time you're able to produce a higher average output at a similar effort or average heart rate.
* To compare past workouts that you have done and see improvement across a variety of metrics.
* To highlight the instructors that motivate you to achieve your best efforts.
* To measure and support your heart rate training as you look to improve your overall health.


mPaceline is a cycling and running workout App. If you are looking to track results of other workout types, then mPaceline is not for you.

mPaceline works best if your focus is on taking spinning and/or running classes that allow you to capture data from the class to later be entered into the App. If you are a Peloton Bike or Tread owner, then this will perfectly fit your training.

mPaceline is comprised of the iPhone App that allows you to visually see all your workouts as well as an Apple Watch Companion App from which you can begin and monitor workouts on your wrist. While the iPhone App is detailed and will take some time for you to learn all the features, the Watch App is designed to be very straight forward.

You have several options for capturing performance metrics (power, cadence, heart rate, calories, distance, etc..) for a workout:

1) You can take advantage of mPaceline’s Watch App. The watch app offers you a visual of your ride and you can quickly glance at your wrist to see how you are doing. Workouts done on the watch are automatically transferred to the iPhone App when the workout concludes. Here you can view your full workout details. Note - if you choose to, you can stream the workout from your watch to the iPhone app and have both devices showing you your data.

2) You can utilize Bluetooth meters connected to the mPaceline iPhone App (HR, Power, Cadence) to record your performance over a workout period. In this option, you don't need to have an Apple Watch. The workout is automatically saved in mPaceline when it is complete.

3) If you own a Peloton Bike or Tread and don't feel the need to track the ride separately, you can simply download the results of your workout when it's complete.

Apple Health Integration:

Workouts created by mPaceline are automatically saved in Apple Health and these workouts will contribute to your activities rings and be viewable in the Activity App.

PURCHASING "mPaceline Pro"

mPaceline is free to try. You can download and use mPaceline at no charge for up to 25 workouts. Once you have hit the 25 workout limit, you can subscribe to "mPaceline Pro" to gain unlimited workouts.

- MONTHLY and YEARLY auto-renewing mPaceline Pro membership subscription are offered
- Payments will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Monthly and yearly subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off from your iTunes account settings at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term
- Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited if a pro subscription is purchased
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.

- See our terms and conditions or our privacy policy at:

What’s New

Version 3.8

We have added support for the Peloton Row. Currently, only workouts done on the Peloton Row will download to mPaceline. These will also contribute to your training metrics and you will be able to export them to Strava. In a future version, we will add support for 3rd party rowers. This will be timed with the Peloton's release of App Rowing classes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
520 Ratings

520 Ratings

Ted Arnis ,

Far superior to other apps

I am a numbers geek that rides a Peloton bike. This is a must have app if you are a Peloton bike numbers geek. The ability to compare rides so easily and putting cardio and power zone training on the same graph is brilliant. And important is you can track your weight and fasting. All this for less than half the price of the most well known app that actually looks a whole like an Excel spreadsheet. All for a year at less than a family night out at McDonald’s. And a whole lot healthier too.

Johhanna ,

Keiser M3i converter to mPaceline

App works great when the ride streams correctly. If I have to pause for any amount of time and I pause on the app, it will still quit after the amount of time 45 minutes would have been even though it says in the app when it ends that my ride was 40:30. No way to get it going again so my graph is behind by nearly 5 minutes. Haven’t figured a way around that yet. Really disappointing when the streaming is going in and out but the app automatically ends on its own.

Curious about iPad app. Doesn’t appear to be able to connect to the bike for an in ride metrics, only for review of previous rides. Am I correct that this app would therefore only be useful with an iPhone?

If the time issue were fixed I would totally give this app 5 stars. Perfect companion to the recently released Keiser converter!

jeremypatrickmurphy ,

Does not save partial workouts

This is a wonderful app with one glaring issue: if the Peloton server goes down 40 minutes into a 45-minute ride and mPaceLine is unable to sync with the rest of the workout, it has no ability to save all of the data from your ride so far. You simply lose everything. In design terms, it’s unable to “fail gracefully”. This is such an obvious oversight that I can’t believe it remains in the app, which is otherwise thoughtful and well designed. And yes, it’s rare for Peloton to have an issue…but it’s also unacceptable for mPaceLine to be unable to save partial workout data when that occurs. (Yes, I have the paid version, and yes, I rated it 4 stars despite this massive problem. But this diminishes my confidence in the Peloton + mPaceLine combo, and it should be very fixable by mPaceLine.)

App Privacy

The developer, Meg Software, 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 Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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

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