◇ Build the better athlete within yourself ◇
Wahoo harnesses the power of your iPhone to transform the way you ride, run, and train to reach your personalized fitness goals. Visit www.wahoofitness.com to learn more about Wahoo products.
◇ Features ◇
◇ Record workouts for both indoor and outdoor activities across running, cycling, swimming and more with GPS.
◇ Visualize and manage your training zones for power and heart rate in a single place.
◇ Analyze your activity history from all your Wahoo devices. Get a summary of results from your entire workout, including GPS route, organized by date, and workout type.
◇ Easily find and pair Bluetooth Smart sensors to track heart rate, stride rate data, cycling power, speed, cadence, and more. Even use multiple sensors at the same time.
◇ Discover, connect, and update Wahoo devices via the app. Find comprehensive setup guides to help you onboard and use Wahoo hardware.
◇ Pair with KICKR smart bikes and trainers for the ultimate indoor cycling experience. Control the smart trainer in Passive, ERG, and Level modes.
◇ Get the most accurate calorie burn count when paired to a power meter or heart rate monitor. Add age, weight, and height to get your personalized caloric burn.
◇ Share workouts to your favorite training websites, including:
Share to email & export your .fit files
Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.
MINIMUM DEVICE REQUIREMENTS
iPhone/iPad: iOS 16
Version 6.13.0 (1036)
Fixed: Wheel circumference setting would not be set correctly after restarting the app.
Fixed: Background bug that caused the app to crash.
Ratings and Reviews
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.
Please add build-a-workout functionality! UPDATE What’s going on with statistics?
I have been using this app for about a year with my Kickr. Overall, the app works well. I find the in-ride controls to be fairly easy to use. No issues with connecting to cadence/other sensors (looking at you, Zwift). I like being able to review my stats and have it all connect to the iPhone Health app. My one request would be for the ability to create prefab workouts rather than having to manually adjust resistance on the fly. I would like to be able to open the app and pick something I have saved in advance, like HIITs or sweet spot training or whatever, without having to adjust the settings while I ride. Thanks!
UPDATE: what is the point of the new statistics feature, when it doesn’t even show indoor cycling? I did a ride and went to check out the new feature . . . made sure every single option is toggled on to display . . . and it says I did nothing today. Is it only for tracking workouts that people do outside??
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.
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- Wahoo Fitness L.L.C.
- 299.7 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 16.0 or later.
- Apple Vision
- Requires visionOS 1.0 or later.
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- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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