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Wahoo Fitness is a running, cycling and fitness app that harnesses the awesome power of the iPhone to transform the way you ride, run and reach your training and fitness goals.

Combine the app with Wahoo Fitness sensors to track heart rate and stride rate data, cycling speed, cadence, and power data for more than 39 different fitness activities!

With more functionality than an expensive GPS watch or dedicated cycling computer, the Wahoo Fitness App and hardware provides everything you need to stay safe, motivated, and informed while you run or ride your bike… all on your iPhone!

Visit www.wahoofitness.com for more information on Wahoo Fitness products.

◇◇◇◇ Features ◇◇◇◇

◇ Pair with Wahoo Fitness products for connecting to fitness sensors. Supports ANT+ fitness sensors using the Wahoo Key or the Wahoo Bike Case, and Bluetooth Smart fitness sensors including: BlueHR, BlueSC, RFLKT, KICKR, TICKR, TICKR Run and many more!

◇ Upload & Share workouts to your favorite training website.
Upload workouts to:
- HealthKit
- MapMyFitness.com
- Runkeeper.com
- Nike+.com
- TrainingPeaks.com
- MapMyTracks.com
- 2Peak.com
- RideWithGPS.com
- dailymile.com
- Strava.com
- Dropbox.com
- MyFitnessPal
or email/dropbox/open data in .pwx, .tcx, .csv, .gpx, or.wf files for upload and analysis anywhere.

◇ Stay informed with audio alerts. Choose from a huge array of customizable audio announcements such as distance, time, pace, calories burned and more at regular distance or time intervals to stay informed and motivated during your workout.

◇ Get comprehensive cycling power data. Works with all ANT+ power meters and offers multiple power screens with power in watts, avg. power, nPower, iFactor, TSS, and mean max power for 20 seconds, 1, 2, 20, and 60 minutes.

◇ Use multiple sensors at once. You can use multiple sensors at the same time using the same or different wireless technologies without interference.

◇ Choose your favourite data screens. Select from 13 screens to see the data that’s most important to you and your workout.

◇ Get accurate real-time pace information when paired with the Wahoo Stride Sensor. Our proprietary Stride Sensor/GPS correction software provides distance and super accurate real-time pace information- great for interval workouts.

◇ Get personalized heart rate zone info. Calculates personalized HR zones and shows current, average, and max heart rate as well as how much time you spend in each zone during your workout.

◇ Get the most accurate calorie burn count. Add your user data such as age, weight, and height to get personalized calorie burn information.

◇ Don’t get lost. In-App GPS maps keep you on the right track as you run or cycle outdoors.

◇ Keep track of your splits. Set an automatic lap based on distance or time or manually hit the lap button to see and hear your split times.

◇ Review your History. See a summary of the results from your entire workout history, including GPS route, organized by date and workout type in the history tab.

◇ Customise workout screens for your RFLKT iPhone powered bike computer. Select from 9 page templates and over 100 data points to display the information that is important to you right on your handlebars.

◇ Dedicated KICKR workout screen with four modes including Resistance Levels, Ergo Mode, Simulation Mode and Manual mode

◇ Works with iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 5C, iPad 2, 3rd and 4th generation, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPod Touch 5th generation. Note: iPod touch does not have GPS mapping capability.

Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

Don't forget to email support@wahoofitness.com if you have any questions, concerns, compliments or feature requests!

What's New

Version 5.13.0

* Climb Support
• Fixed a bug causing database migration to fail
• Fixed a bug not allowing negative slope on the KICKR control page
• Translations

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5

280 Ratings

280 Ratings

A totally inferior product - not at all consistent.

Charles Zee

When it comes to sports training, very much rests on having reliable kit and support accessory products. The last thing you want to have to deal with when psyching up for a workout after conditioning to hit a personal best is having to tinker about with a heart monitor that doesn’t work. Unfortunately the wahoo heart monitor is plagued with one problem after the next - it’s very temperamental and as and when it chooses, it either doesn’t sync with my iPhone (X10 and prior to that iPhone 8), or doesn’t see it at all; I have done everything from reload the app, to changing batteries to buying wahoo replacements - I am on my third wahoo heart rate monitor and now I am left in no doubt that it’s an entirely inferior product and a total waste of money. Not for the regular serious sportsman and definitely not for the faint-hearted.

Two stars as a rating is very generous.


Travel on

Using Wahoo Fitness on iPhone 8 with Polar H10 HRM and with Wahoo Blue SC for speed and cadence on bike trainer. Also use it with the Polar HRM on elliptical trainer. The app has worked well for me the first two week — no problems syncing with sensors, displays are easy to read.

I have used various Polar HRM models over the years for running, biking, swimming, and gym equipment and never found a chest strap uncomfortable. Changing from a wrist watch to the phone for a receiver isn’t a problem now, because at 76 years old and after several surgeries I limit my cardio workouts to stationary equipment. For walking, hiking, or casual bike riding I don’t bother monitoring HR, since we use those activities more for fun than for exercise. If I were still running I don’t think I would want to carry the phone.

The algorithm used by the Wahoo app for calorie expenditure gives a substantially higher result for me than Polar would, probably unrealistically high just like most gym equipment. That doesn’t matter as long as it’s consistent since I only use calories as a rough indication of effort expended when managing cardio workouts from day to day.

I haven’t compared with other similar apps, but Wahoo Fitness works fine for me.

Works Great, Good Strava Integration


Been using the app pretty heavily for a couple months now. At first I was just using it with a Polar H7 heart rate monitor and worked well with that. Now I’m also using it with a Topeak speed and cadence sensor and it works flawlessly with that as well — unlike Strava which apparently can’t work with cadence sensors, but oddly Strava ingests the cadence data just fine when Wahoo exports it to Strava. I wish the export to Strava were automatic, but it’s just 2 taps, so no big deal.

GPS is glitchy — it’ll show you on a highway instead of the bike path next to the highway — but that’s mostly an Apple problem. I could buy a Bad Elf and connect it to my iPhone if I wanted better GPS.

And it calculates calories based off heart rate rather than stuff like elevation change. Neither calculation is perfect and I like the fact that Wahoo’s logic and number is different from Strava’s. And I like that Wahoo puts total calories for the month front and center.

I just wish the the totals were a rolling 28 days so the numbers didn’t bounce around so much. But that’s a small detail.

All and all — thumbs up!


Wahoo Fitness L.L.C.
130.6 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai
Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
© 2014 Wahoo Fitness L.L.C.


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