DKN I used this for the i5 bike. It works well if but you need to have a good broadband speed. It's a bit a a fiddle to set up. I have a 10in Samsung tablet and the stop start and level functions just squash and are not user friendly. It is very close to being very good.
Providing this kind of interface is so important for attracting people to an otherwise quite boring experience of running indoors. Cycling apps are light years ahead for indoor training. Get this app right and demand for treadmills will rocket. Needs to get current features working properly and to add more features, such as GPS uploads for Garmin and Strava.
As others have remarked, this is almost a good app, but is ultimately very frustrating. Own routes are easily planned, although display of longitudinal distance under ride profile is not accurate and is often twice the actual distance. Pictorial display during ride from Google maps is good, although, there is no correlation between position on road profile and actual effort required. Often get error message panel offering choice of closing or waiting for app to recover, quite frustrating if you are half way through a ride. Difficult to determine the end of a training session, sometimes an end of session results panel is displayed, sometimes not. Sometimes a session is recorded in log, sometimes not. Considering this app is part of the £300+ package, it is not good enough. If this sort of software is important to your training routine, it could well be a deal breaker before purchasing the equipment.
Works to a point, but while you are running the time/distance seems to only update every half a mile. Switching between the street/satellite/street map modes takes about 30 seconds. When you create an out and back route, with way points, which you can do even if is a little difficult, the altitude and completion bar at the bottom of the screen does not calculate the distance correctly. For example I can create an 8 mile loop, but it shows 17 miles on the bottom screen, and it reaches the end of this 17 miles well before the 8 mile loop is completed. This means that the inclines do not match the street run, and end way before the end so the finish is always flat. If you click any of the pre-loaded favorites you can see this problem. A good idea, and if made more responsive and if they get the altitude map to match the actual progress and distance, it would be worth another star. Makes you wonder if anyone tested this on a treadmill.
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Use it on a DKN airtrainer. Makes it more fun to worn-out.
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