By Zwift, Inc

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-12-10
  • Current Version: 1.0.34056
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.08 GB
  • Developer: Zwift, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,064 Reviews)
  • Price:
Zwift App Ratings: 4.5
Total 1,064 Reviews

Zwift App Description

Ride and run in the real world and power your avatar across our virtual worlds. Download Zwift to your supported device, then pair up your Bluetooth enabled bike trainer, cycling power meter, footpod, or supported treadmill and get going. • Try a workout from our library of training plans, world-class workouts, or create your own • Climb an epic mountain, sprint through central London, or sweat through intervals in an Italian villa • Participate in group rides, runs, workouts or races -- over 200 events a day • Train, ride, run any time. Your time, your pace, your place. GO UNLIMITED: • Zwift monthly subscription lets you ride as much as you want for $14.99. Prices may vary from country to country. You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account, and your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Auto-renew may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Running on Zwift is free access for a limited time. Run free, for free. Unlimited miles. SUPPORTED BLUETOOTH HARDWARE: • Cycling Power Meters • Cycling Speed Sensor (for non-smart trainers) • Cycling Cadence Sensor (optional) • Smart Trainers • Running footpods • Select Bluetooth 4.0 Treadmills • Heart Rate strap (optional) SUPPORTED BICYCLE TRAINERS: • Wahoo KICKR & SNAP • Tacx Smart models • Elite B+ models • Kurt Kinetic inRide • Kurt Kinetic Smart • Cycleops Bluetooth models • All classic (non-smart) trainers, with use of a Bluetooth speed sensor SUPPORTED TREADMILLS AND FOOTPODS FOR RUNNING: • BowFlex BXT116/BXT216 treadmills • Any StarTrac treadmills with a bluetooth button • LifeFitness T3 home treadmills • True Fitness Performance 300 • Stryd foot pod • Milestone pod • Polar Stride Sensor • UnderArmour Record Equipped shoes APPLE HEALTH With access to Apple Health, Zwift and save your activity data as well as allow the use of an Apple Watch for realtime heart rate data. Please see Terms of Use at


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Zwift App Reviews

  • Inaccurate, imprecise and finicky

    By utahpowskier
    If you want something fun to occupy your indoor riding time, this is a great ap. If you want a training tool, this is not it.
  • Worst user interface ever

    By Alain Levy
    Unable to create own workouts. It says you can, but option to do so should be in the middle of a long list of workouts. But it has vanished. It is no longer there. There should be a special button for such a crutial option. I am a subscriber, paying every month for something I am not able to use to train
  • Power fluctuations and Bluetooth connection issues with Wahoo Kickr Snap

    By Average Joe312
    When I use the Wahoo Kickr Snap with the Zwift app, the power fluctuates all over the place weather I use Bluetooth or Ant+. The Bluetooth connection to the Kickr Snap is unstable. When I use the Kickr with the Wahoo Fitness app, the Bluetooth connection works well and power measurements are smooth. I didn’t have this problem with my Elite Digital Qubo trainer. There’s a lot of online complaints about this problem. I hope Zwift and Wahoo can get together to resolve this issue.
  • Tech Support a Big Fat Zero

    By PCJimmmy
    The app seem like it would be great on windows but is bit too busy on my iPhone. But I will never know for sure. My sensors don’t connect correctly and tech support has been a series of apparent template responses. My case got elevated to tier 3 and than I never heard from them again. My free week ending I had plans to upgrade my bike to one of the expensive systems but have seen some reviews about issues of the two I liked. Since they can’t seem to be bothered to help me get started using a cheap sensor added to my existing bike I have no faith of getting any help if I have problems in a 1k purchased system. So buy or upgrade with caution as you might get left holding the bag searching for another app you can use.
  • Zwift is AWESOME

    By HFG111
    For a competitive or a fitness cyclist Zwift is AWESOME. No a real life replacement but when time or Mother Nature get in the way nothing beats it. Had knee replacement a year ago and Zwift was the best recovery tool I had. 3000 miles since surgery.
  • No better app

    By Steelsmitty
    Hands down the best purchase. Kickr Core trainer plus Zwift is the greatest combination in the history of the bicycle.
  • Major Issues!

    By Farrisw17
    When working Zwift is an enjoyable experience...unfortunately their YouTube promotional videos & web site don’t tell the whole story. I purchased a whole new set up...wahoo kickr core, wahoo climb, Apple 4K tv & LG smart TV. So everything operating on latest technology. In short it does not work as advertised. Zwift won’t recognize swipe commands from Apple remote...takes 5-10 minutes every start up to navigate to required icons. Remote navigation during a workout is worse. Zwift won’t recognize Wahoo climb during a workout...ascend/descend only occurs when you’ve completed workout & continue to pedal. Finally & most frustrating is that pairing shuts down in the middle of rides, cadence reading is inconsistent & wattage will stop reading causing you to stop. I’ve reached out to their support via email and they have been short they confirmed their aware of the “bugs” but no ETA on solutions. They emailed back links to articles, discussions and suggestions on how to link around the issues. Though it appears I’d need a computer science degree to implement their suggestions. In summary the Zwift system does not work as advertised & promoted.
  • Great

    By tiril1124
    As someone who has trouble staring at a wall riding Zwift has literally changed my life. I’ve started exercising again and Zwift makes it fun. Yeah the rides get a little repetitive however it is far better than staring at a wall.
  • Very frustrating Health integration

    By tedsvo
    I was attracted to Zwift over TrainerRoad because it claimed to integrate well with the health app, including Apple Watch integration. However, the app regularly writes increasingly long segments of a given workout to Health, resulting in much longer distances than I actually provide. The developers claim this is simply how the Health integration works, but this is the sole app that has this issue that I’ve encountered.
  • Unreliable

    By emiljay
    For what they charge the app should be reliable. Unfortunately it crashes occasionally and has locked out users on certain platforms.