Action cameras have improved greatly over the last few years. With 4K recording now a common feature, as such, that is not merely enough today, you need to make using the camera an effective and simple experience. With that in mind, let’s focus both on quality and overall usability in this Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 Action Camera review Continue Reading →
Zwift has integrated beautifully into the Apple iOS ecosystem. But there has been one holdout the Apple TV. With the Apple TV4 running a version of iOS allowing for App loading, Zwift is about to complete their roll-out across all Apple products, creating one of the fastest routes to creating for yourself a hard wires pain cave. Let’s take a look at what Zwift has done!
A lot of people like the idea of Zwift Running, but don’t already have the hardware such as a foot pod/cadence sensor, and are a little reticent to buy expensive hardware to try out the system. AppyAppster have just released “Treadmill Smart Speed – Designed for Zwift Runs” iOS app which may allow a low-cost entry to Zwift Running for some people
Since Zwift was released, there has been a steady run of updates and new features. This post has been set up as the UNOFFICIAL Zwift User manual, to keep abreast of the changes and document the tips, tricks, issues and information which has been announced and also discovered by the world of Zwift riders. I aim to keep this manual updated as new information comes up, and things change. So #RideON
With the launch of Zwift iOS at the weekend any user with a stable of ANT+ only sensors is going to be faced with a decision. Buy new dual channel BLE/ANT+ devices, or use a bridge device. The CABLE, literally standing for Connect ANT Bluetooth Low Energy is a dedicated bridge device that wants a place in your pain cave. But with only a single function, have North Pole Engineering made a compelling product compared to rival ANT+ bridges?