The android app has limited functionality compared to the iPhone version. The Android app only displays limited workout info in the app. In order to get full workout information, you either need to upload workouts to a website like Strava or you need to download the raw data and analyze it yourself. The Android app should be updated to include the same info as the iPhone version, including: split information (time, distance, pace, heart rate, smoothness, steps per minute for each split) as well as left-right, up-down, forward-backward information for runs.
Continuously improving! I have to hand it to Wahoo, it does take a little while, sometimes a year or more, but they eventually get you where you need to be. The new reflex interface is far superior than the old. It's far more intuitive. However there was an aspect to the old that I really like, it showed my Cadence as well as my elapsed time as well as my speed. All on the same page. I haven't found that yet and the new interface. However, finally after several years, they now put the current time on the interface. That's good
Integrates as one would expect with a Bontrager Bluetooth/Ant+ speed/cadence sensor, and also is one of the few apps which will sync with Garmin Connect (as opposed to from it) - so far so good. Now for the negatives: - Will not automatically share to chosen websites (e.g. Garmin Connect) - Lacks auto pause when using external speed/cadence sensors - Doesn't estimate calories (Runkeeper etc do this, so why can't this app?) Having said all that, it's actually pleasantly surprising to encounter an app which isn't bloated (i.e. it focuses on recording activity and exporting to other services, rather than replicating existing ones).
Love It So Far - Headed for Greatness Got tired of Strava's quirks and gave this a try. So far it's been great! Love the in-ride announcements. Connected to my Garmin HRM easily. Navigation is simple. Would love to see more geographic detail (segment data like HR per mile, speed per mile, etc.) Keep up the good work.
Why the difference: iOS vs Android? Update 7/17/16: OPERATING SYSTEM BIAS!!! I encouraged a friend to use this app on her iOS phone. The differences were stark. The iOS version is much more user friendly and visually appealing. For example. In the iOS version you select wheel size from a drop down menu. Its ultra simple. However in the Android version the user needs to input his metric wheel circumference...which no regular person knows and this info has to be found on the internet. Why the difference between the 2 versions?
Exceptional for biking I love this app!!!! I now track all my rides on my phone. I bought a Polar bluetooth heart rate sensor and the Wahoo cadenence sensor. When my ride ends, I touch a button and the whole ride... cadence and heart rate are instantly syncd to Strava. It took me a few try's to get it set up, but it has worked flawlessly since... Once I got it working I immediately threw my working bike computer in a drawer. I absolutely love this app!
Added support for the new Wahoo SPEED sensor.
Bug fixes and improvements