The latest update/revamp broke the main feature i liked about the app. The resistance level on the bike itself is small and hard for me to read. The previous version of the app had resistance in a larger font so i could see it clearly. The new interface has shrunk it. Also if i use the app in spin class and select just ride, i also have to select start. Previous version would just start after i select free ride. Think carefully when you change the UI and reduce font sizes.
I like the app but feel it needs more improvement. For example, when I switch to text messages and then back to the Keiser app, it hasn't recorded that time away from the app being the primary window on my phone. Also, I wish it would provide totals (miles, minutes) biked per week, month, and overall. Perhaps it does, but I can't find it. Other than that, we enjoy the app and are thankful for it.
3 people found this review helpful
This app needs some serious work. I can't even count the amount of times I have lost workouts because it unexpectedly closed. The app has to be open the entire time you're logging a workout and if it closes for a split second because you get a notification or something then it dies and stops logging altogether. Aside from my obvious frustrations, I've had no problem connecting to the bike and the display is usually the same as what I see on the bike display.
9 people found this review helpful
June 24, 2019
The app is designed to run in the background, so as long as the app you are switching to does not also require use of the Bluetooth radio the app should not be closing. Can you check if you have a battery management app that might be closing the app? Please contact email@example.com if you continue to have this issue.