There are some small issues (sometimes it takes multiple attempts to reconnect the bike for example or from time to time the distance meter would freak out and show a lot of 9s in the decimals instead proper numbers), but nothing really that prevents the app from working well or break the experience. App is stable, simplistic, no wierdly placed adds that spoil the experience.
The app is poorly made. There is no option for silencing the in-app sounds. The calory calculations are very preliminary, while the amount of calories one burns depend on their gender and age. But there's no option for inserting these factors. Additionally, the device connected to the deskbike should be able to store the activities during the day and synchronise with the app, once connected. But it seems that only the activities done during the app opening times are registered.
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The app is pretty basic. It does not even show revolutions. Also a connection to Strava would be nice. However the calculations, which some users complain about, should be reasonably spot on as they use the bike's resistance setting and rotation speed. Of course not Olympic training quality, but good enough for a desk bike ... The only real point deductor is that I have to enable GPS to connect to the bike. This should not be necessary. @deskbike please fix that.