Wahoo Fitness 4+

Wahoo Fitness

    • 4.7 • 42.3K Ratings
    • Free

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◇◇◇◇ Train Like a Champion ◇◇◇◇

Wahoo harnesses the awesome power of your phone to transform the way you ride, run and reach your training and fitness goals.

Visit www.wahoofitness.com for more information on Wahoo products.

◇◇◇◇ Features ◇◇◇◇

◇ Use your phone to record your running, cycling, or cardio workouts with GPS.

◇ Register, update and get the most out of Wahoo products including KICKR and TICKR.

◇ Connect the Wahoo app with your KICKR Power Trainer for the ultimate in power, accuracy and responsiveness tuned for the most demanding cyclists.

◇ Combine the app with Wahoo sensors to track heart rate and stride rate data, cycling power, speed, and cadence for more than 39 different fitness activities!

◇ Supports Bluetooth Smart sensors.

◇ Supports ANT+ fitness sensors using the Wahoo Key.

◇ Upload & Share workouts to your favorite training websites, including:
- Strava
- RideWithGPS
- TrainingPeaks
- TrainerRoad
- Relive
- Komoot
- Today's Plan
- RunKeeper
- Cycling Analytics
- SportsTracks
- MyFitnessPal
- MapMyFitness
- 2PEAK Dynamic Trainings
- Apple Health
- Dropbox

◇ Export .fit files for upload and analysis anywhere.

◇ Review your History. See a summary of the results from your entire workout history, including GPS route, organized by date and workout type in the history tab.

◇ Dedicated KICKR workout screen with four modes including Resistance Levels, Erg Mode, Simulation Mode and Manual mode

◇ Get the most accurate calorie burn count. Add your user data such as age, weight, and height to get personalized calorie burn information.

◇ Get personalized heart rate zone info. Calculates personalized HR zones and shows current, average, and max heart rate as well as how much time you spend in each zone during your workout.

◇ Stay informed with audio alerts. Choose from a huge array of customizable audio announcements such as distance, time, pace, calories burned and more at regular distance or time intervals to stay informed and motivated during your workout.

◇ Get comprehensive cycling power data. Works with all Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ power meters and offers multiple power screens with power in watts, avg. power, nPower, iFactor, TSS, and mean max power for 20 seconds, 1, 2, 20, and 60 minutes.

◇ Use multiple sensors at once. You can use multiple sensors at the same time using the same or different wireless technologies without interference.

◇ Choose your favourite data screens. Select from 13 screens to see the data that's most important to you and your workout.

Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 5.64.0

Fixed: Headwind UI issue for adjusting HR and Speed values.
Fixed: POWRLINK UI issue for setting Crank Length.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
42.3K Ratings

42.3K Ratings

Vegas Realtor Greg ,

This does more than I expected

His heart rate monitor has done far more than I expected. The other day for the first time I noticed that it also access a thermometer, measuring the ambience air temperature. Considering that I work out at home with Katabel’s, indoor bike and other devices, I don’t keep my house at a low temperature in the 60s, and constantly have my temperature above 80 especially living in Las Vegas. being able to see how the temperatures affect my work out have been great. The built-in cadence technology has also been amazing. Then let’s get to the part of the advice that I really wanted this to work for; heart rate monitor. This is absolute fantastic. My Garman watch typically defaults to what is detecting on my wrist. Period. I’ve noticed in the past that when you go above 160 beats a minute, it becomes less and less accurate. Carmens are absolutely amazing watches, but without the accurate, chess trap like most smart watches the heart rate monitor is just not good enough. The pairing between this strap in my Garman are taking my workouts to the next level with detail.. And I would absolutely recommend this device to everybody. For runners, cyclists and triathletes, this really is an essential piece of equipment.

Looking4info ,


I’ve used other gps in other sports they did ok. Wahoo has stepped up and modernize the game without making it look and feel like a game. Hats off for that.
The only irregularities I see with GPS is one I’ve seen even in the service and basecamp units. Civilian GPS units are not as precise as thousand dollar units. Basically if you have a 25 foot proximity value in your GPS reading you can be anywhere within the proximity. Another important bite is, GPS needs three satellites to start calculating where you’re at at any given moment. When one of those satellites change the information changes just enough that you may think your gps device is acting up or broken. ITS NOT IT’S THE GPS system and fact “it’s Way better than it was 10 years ago”
I feel for my investment in Wahoo Devices to take cycling with me that they are the best. The service and support that’s been is top notch. Thanks Wahoo

Nudelgruven ,

Nice Standalone, But Altitude WAY Off!

I bought the Cadence & Speed sensor pack a couple years ago. Setup of the sensors and app went fine. As a long-time Strava user, I wanted to compare the accuracy of Strava vs Wahoo. I had to fuss with the rear wheel diameter quite a bit from the 700x23 default before the two apps were within 1~2% of each other for distance.
Then, the app began acting up after an update. Wahoo would drop out every few readings from the sensors, so a 19mph average pace ride would display as 14mph average over ~2/3 my actual distance. Sadly, the Strava app (at the time when it used to connect to cadence & speed sensors) was spot-on using the same sensors.
I reached out to Wahoo support, and they kept in touch with me for months on the issues. Eventually, I was informed of an update that would fix my issue. Sure enough, the update fixed the sensor connections.
Now, Wahoo’s altitude gain is WAY off in the app based on the GPS and sensors on my phone (1st gen iPhone SE). So, a ride with 1,439’ of climbing (per Strava) displays as 5,401’ in Wahoo. Here’s where that really stinks - if I upload my Wahoo rides to Strava, Strava corrects the altitude, and the calculation results in a ~2/3 decrease in my estimated power average.
I cannot find any way of getting these two apps to work together. So, I just use both apps simultaneously - Wahoo to display metrics during my ride and Strava to log it.

App Privacy

The developer, Wahoo Fitness, 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:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Browsing History
  • Diagnostics

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

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