Fitmeter Bike turns your iPhone/iPad into a bicycle computer with incredible
functionality. Try it once and it’ll remain the only biking app on your iPhone
for years to come! Whether you are an amateur that is just starting, or a pro
preparing for a competition, Fitmeter Bike is the adv...
Jury still out
I just downloaded the app and went for a 20 mile ride. I like the screen layout and the data that is recorded. I have 3 observations that drop my rating from a 5 to a 3: 1. I am not sure the GPS speed was accurate. I have been riding for 30 plus years and I know what 10, 15, 17, 18, 20, etc mph feels like and it felt to me that the speed calculation in real time was reading several mph low. 2. There is an option to connect your Apple Watch to record pulse data but my watch does not show up in the app and there are no options to search for it. As a result no pulse info was recorded despite the fact that I was wearing the watch the whole time. I looked for answers on line with no luck. This led me to my third observation 3. the app developers are from Germany so most of the posts when you look for answers are in German (which is fine if you understand German, but for me my junior high German brain cells have long since been repurposed LOL) If someone can tell me how to connect my watch to this app I could give it 4 stars. (The speed accuracy keeps it from getting 5 stars but I suspect that is an issue with all of these GPS based phone apps anyway)
Well designed & supported plus real data privacy!
Clean, clear interface and dashboard display, good support for BT speed/cadence/heart rate sensors for indoor and outdoor training. Better yet - and a big reason why I chose it - it offers real, unambiguous data privacy (I actually read privacy policies). Your data is your own and stays that way.
Better sharing options
The app has been good so far. Overall, I believe the incremental improvements have been good so far. The draw backs I have are the ability to share individual map’s of sessions and connecting with others. I don’t want to share my entire history each time. I also would like to see what my partner is doing or maybe where they are on the trail. Bikes are hard to find now. They are flying off the shelves. I have shared this app with at least three others because we ride together. These apps are becoming more and more popular. This is a great time to seize the moment. Keep up the great work.
Overall very good with some minor room for improvement
Program is intuitive and graphically pleasing. Key information like speed, distance and map are kept large enough to see readily. Was baffled that the history did not carry over to the full version automatically. It turned out you have to export to iCloud in Basic version, then import from iCloud in full version. A few things I noticed: - I lost a session after clicking STOP but not confirming when exiting app - Distances on the same route can vary by several percent -Calories calculated can vary substantially on same route and almost identical time and distance - Auto Pause seems ineffective. Average speed is not calculated as the moving average, but distance divided by total time. Would like to see moving average, means average speed over time while moving AND average speed over entire time of session. Overall very good app with room for some minor improvements.
Nice app could be tweaked
Nice app for tracking, however the heart monitor does not sync up to my apple watch 3. It seams the heart monitor only records if I start the app from the watch and not the iphone. I would like to see one app for different tracking rather then using one for biking one for running/walking. Right now I use the pay version of fitmeter bike, fitmeter running, a walking app, swim app and finally a kayak app. There are a few apps out there that will do it all in one app however the detail in fitmeter is the best. Which you could develop a all in one app.
Tried the free app and it worked great got to the point of the end of the free trial. I purchased the upgrade $4.99 doesn’t work at all no connectivity no gps didn’t import previous work outs. Tried everything thing with settings still no luck waste of $5.00 would not recommend!
Basic app is 10 times better, however, you only get 10 free tracking sessions before you are required to upgrade. Totally makes that you would have an improved app experience, WRONG!!! Used new app 6 times, totaling 100 bike miles and the history displays a total of 22 miles. Miles incorrect, gps routes incorrect, average speed incorrect. I could go on and on. I gave it a shot. Not worth the frustration, I deleted the app. I read the negative reviews but I didn’t think it would happen to me. Have fun with this whack app
This is a great app, EXCEPT when it crashes in the middle of a ride and loses all the info. A couple updates back it started and seems to happen about one in ten rides. Very frustrating if the objective is to kee track of cumulative miles. I am on an iPhone 6. This is happening almost half the time.
Easily top of the list.
I’ve been through approximately 50 bike apps in 10 years. Easiest to read, best stat display, nice rabbit/snail feature, best graphing without being confusing, no pesky delay for gps., averages are on ride display, and there’s more. Thank you guys for a sweet lil computer.
Max speed makes me a superman
Great app for tracking my ride. I have the paid version and it works great on my iPhone XS. However, there's no way I'm going almost 40 mph as a top speed. I don't ride steep hills so I know it's not that. Needs some improvement there. Seems like maybe it is adding averages over auto pause sections? I'd give it 5 stars but for the max speed issue.
So easy to use!
I live this app because it’s just so easy to use. I paid the extra couple of dollars to keep all data a year ago. No bugs. Works perfect for keeping track of my cycle rides.
Good App, poor data transfer
Overall a good user friendly and intuitive app; however, very frustrating with the poor data transfer options when upgrading phones. Had to reload dozens of individual cycle sessions on new phone - because of this, looked at alternative app options.
Good app for Data. 1 problem is I upgraded from the free version and lost my history. I’d love to recover those records. Edit. This problem resolved today. I’m very happy with this APP
I expected the paid version of this app to start off from the free version, but it didn’t, and I lost one trip. Further, on my second trip it didn’t start either and when I came back there was a notice do I want to allow it to access GPS so I’m trying it again and hopefully it will work this third time I’ve already lost two rides.
Paid for something that does work.
I just paid for this app so that I could track my speed, cadence and heart rate. However, the only thing it tracked was my heart rate. It showed that the cadence and speed sensors we're connected, but no readings we're being shown. It's a Shane you have to pay for it before you find out if it works with your gear. I'm using just your basic Garmin speed and cadence sensors, but no data was received from them.
No. Fitmeter Bike - GPS Cycling does not seem very safe to us. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 2,035 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Fitmeter Bike - GPS Cycling Is 14.9/100.
No. Fitmeter Bike - GPS Cycling does not seem legit based on our analysis. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 2,035 Fitmeter Bike - GPS Cycling User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Fitmeter Bike - GPS Cycling Is 14.9/100.
Fitmeter Bike - GPS Cycling works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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