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!
Zwift has now released its major new release – Zwift iOS via the Apple App store. However, the Zwift team are a group who could NEVER be accused of sitting still. As a result, they have also snuck in an Easter Egg of the beta running module for Zwift! So let’s get off the turbo trainer, strap on some running shoes and take Zwift running for a
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When Zwift originally launched it was a PC/Mac affair only. Over time an iOS companion app for Zwift was born saving us from a sweaty keyboard. Now Zwift has made the jump, and created a full-blown standalone iOS app so you can Zwift from your iPhone or iPad – let’s go kick some (tiny) virtual wheels and have a test drive! Continue Reading →
The number of heart rate monitors on the market is mind-boggling. Most sports gadgets come with an HRM in the box, or at least the option. I personally have 5 knocking around the house – so why buy a separate HRM? Extra features!! With the 4iiii Viiiiva Heart Rate Monitor working as an ANT+ to Bluetooth bridge, this is likely to be a very useful heart rate monitor when it comes to using the new iOS Zwift platform! Continue Reading →
Zwift iOS Beta invites are now rolling out to the the eagerly waiting Zwifters. As such positioning your iPhone in your Zwift setup has just become a much more important issue than just shoving the phone in a jersey pocket (eew sweat!), or plonking it on a desk.
I’m not a great fan of custom cases. When I’ve found a case, I tend to like it. The Quad Lock Universal bike kit let’s you use your preferred case whilst Zwifting, and saves money too!