The Zwift Companion App is the perfect companion to Zwift. Stay connected when you're on the go. Pair it with your computer over the same Wifi network and use it as a Zwift game controller when you're riding.
At a glance see recent activities in your feed, training plan details, upcoming events and progress on your goals.
Explore upcoming events, see who is going, and sign up. When you sign up, you can have it added to your calendar.
See what the people you follow have been doing in Zwift. Want to pat someone on the back for a ride they did, give them a Ride On right in the feed.
Create weekly or monthly goals to keep on track.
Want to see where you are in the world while you're Zwifting? Check out the map. Tap on your friend to send a Ride On or start a chat.
When paired with the game, the workout screen lets you see and control your workout!
Chat with people Zwifting around you or have a direct conversation with someone in particular. If you are in an event, you can chat with those in your group.
Don't have a bike computer? We've got you covered. The Dashboard provides all the key metrics you expect right at your fingertips - watts, speed, distance, elevation, time, cadence and heart rate.
Mix it up with fellow Zwifters. Give an elbow flick when you want someone to pull through or wave to say "hi". Send real time encouragement or egg someone on with audio clips. Choose to see the action from four different POV and capture it with a snapshot. Actions are fun.
With access to Apple Health, Zwift Companion for your Apple Watch may be used to read your heart rate data live into Zwift and save an activity into the Apple Health ecosystem.
Scroll up or down to see everyone on course in front or behind you. See how much time separates you, check their power output (w/kg) and how many laps they've completed. Private message anyone.
End your ride and automatically upload it to one of your supported fitness sites right from your phone.
We’ve made some big changes this time around, including:
• New Enhanced Activity Feed, complete with activity details. You can now see all the run or ride data in detail, along with interesting things that happened along the way.
• Meetups. You can now invite your followers to ride or run with you at a set time and place.
• Training Plan View. With the whole plan now visible you can now see what is coming up, as well as inspect your previous workouts.
Ratings and Reviews
Great app, would love a few minor tweaks
I really love the app and it is a great companion to my Apple TV Zwift app. It’s like having a hi tech remote. I especially like the new workout screen but have a couple of nit picks with it. I have a controllable trainer so I am concentrating more on cadence than power during the workouts. The cadence font is so small and nested right under the power reading that it is hard to read, especially when really working hard. Perhaps moving it to the top left of the power arc and heart rate to the top right would make it all easier to read. There is some open screen real estate In those places, especially if the power arc is just a tad smaller. Additionally, the app is super power hungry. I went from 85% to 20% in 40 minutes. Not sure how to fix this considering everything it is doing, so I now plug my phone in (which requires a wire that I don’t want around my bike!) Lastly, it loses sync about once per workout and I have to close and reopen the app. Again, I consider these minor but if they can be fixed, I would have no problem upping my rating to 5 stars.
Really useful app but some glitches.
I have used the app for a week now and I really like it. A lot of times I will use this app to run in place using my Apple Watch. The only problem I have seen is that occasionally the heart rate will not be accurate. I will stop and check my pulse it is fine. Basically what happens is that my heart rate will spike up to twice the actual heart beats. I have tried placing the watch up a little more on my arm when I run and I have also tightened it as much as I can stand and still has the same issue. I’ve heard that sometimes people have issues with the monitor working correctly but I find that the Apple software works better and doesn’t have as many glitches. I really like your app and I use it primarily when the weather is bad outside so it has been very motivational. Thanks!
Very good even without smart trainer
Wasn’t sure I wanted to invest in a “smart” trainer so I’m using a wahoo speed sensor and a wahoo cadence sensor. Writing this review to say that this works fine and is a good way to get started without spending $600on a smart trainer if you already own a trainer or need to buy a less expensive trainer. I am riding on my trainer a lot more often using this. If you like the software there is no doubt a smart trainer would enhance the experience and which type of smart trainer would depend on your pocketbook and commitment to training. I suspect many people would be happy with this with an inexpensive trainer and an iPad.
- Zwift, Inc
- 63.7 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015-2017 Zwift, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.