"Records a wealth of data" —Macworld
"Obsessively complete" — Wired
"Clean, easy-to-use" — The New York Times
On a bike, on foot, or in a kayak, Cyclemeter has you covered. Not only outdoors, but indoors on a treadmill, or on a cycling trainer, or doing calesthenics like the 7 minute workout.
View stats, maps, graphs, calendar, summaries, splits, intervals, and zones. Record heart rate with Apple Watch or a Bluetooth heart rate monitor. Want to know your previous split average speed? Your previous interval fastest speed? Your trailing split maximum heart rate? Cyclemeter is your stats computer.
Data is stored on your phone until you choose to share. No user names or passwords required. Your location and workout data is private, and with Cyclemeter you keep it that way.
Keep your iPhone in your pocket or cycling jersey. Cyclemeter is the only fitness app to support Siri. First, get set up at More > Siri and enable all the commands you would want Siri to respond to. Invoke Siri with "Hey Siri" or by pressing your earphone remote, and say "Start workout with Cyclemeter" to get started. Then "Cyclemeter stop" to stop, "Cyclemeter lap" to record a lap point or the end of an interval. Get stats, too, by saying "Cyclemeter heart rate", "Cyclemeter speed", or "Cyclemeter steps" out of nearly 30 different commands.
Coming soon! Our Apple Watch app is completely rebuilt for standalone use. Leave your iPhone at home and record your ride, run, or walk with your Apple Watch. Using the same foundation as our iOS app, they now share the same powerful capabilities. Get announcements. Track your splits. Do interval training. Hear when your heart rate exceeds your target. If your Apple Watch has cellular access, you friends and family can also track you live and send you comments, which will be spoken to you.
Hear your stats via announcements based on time, distance, end of split, and end of interval. Or get announcements on demand by invoking Siri and saying "Cyclemeter announcements". All audio is completely configurable, and you can get any of the hundreds of stats spoken to you during your workout.
If you choose to share, you can post your workout online for your own analysis, or for sharing with your friends, family, and coaches.
By default, your workouts stay on your device. But you can share with friends, family, and followers using email, Strava, Twitter and MyFitnessPal. You can also share your workouts with other apps using the share command in iOS or Android. Additionally, you can export and import using GPX, TCX, FIT, and KML formats, and you can export using CSV for analysis in spreadsheets.
For deeper analysis, add sensors to your workouts. Read heart rate using a Bluetooth sensor or your Apple Watch. Get your step cadence with your device's built-in accelerometer. Our sophisticated calorie calculations are made more accurate with heart rate. Use a speed sensor to measure your wheel distance and speed on a trainer. Add a bike cadence sensor, too, to know you're in the zone. And for the ultimate, connect a bike power meter to measure your power in watts or joules. Cyclemeter also uses the barometric altimeter in your iPhone to calculate ascent and descent more accurately.
For safety and encouragement, invite people you trust to securely track your workouts for free. They will see your location and path on a map, and dozens of stats. They can also type in comments on your workout which will be spoken to you using text-to-speech. It's private, secure, and free!
Supports iPad for both recording and analysis. Backup and sync all your devices using iCloud.
Cyclemeter has been in constant development for more than a dozen years. Every update is built upon a firm foundation, and continues to extend our lead as the most powerful app for athletes.
- Swipe left and right for more Stopwatch pages, all completely configurable. Create new pages, change any stat, show maps and graphs, and more.
- Save your workouts to iOS Health.
- Save your workouts to your iPhone and online calendars.
- Stop detection keeps only the time you are moving.
- Use Apple Maps or Google Maps, including terrain.
- Includes running plans for 5K, 10K, half marathon, and marathon.
- Configurable interval training can guide you through your workouts.