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Cyclemeter GPS - Cycling, Running, Mountain Biking

Cyclemeter GPS - Cycling, Running, Mountain Biking

Abvio Inc.

Cyclemeter is the most advanced app for cycling, running, and mountain biking.

4.6 Ratings 13K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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    Whether you are just starting a cycling class or have enjoyed the popular workout for years, this app can be very useful. It is one of the most advanced apps out there for cycling or mountain biking. It transforms your phone into a useful fitness calculator, complete with maps, intervals, maps and advancements. Keep track of your distance as you travel 5 to 10 miles more with this useful app.
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    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. Record unlimited workouts on your calendars and translate them into pie charts, stats, and graphs to better your routine
    2. Love to run? Explore special 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and full-marathon running plans, or design your own training plan
    3. Easy import/export feature lets you share files in multiple formats: GPX, CSV, TCX, FIT, or KML

    Reviewed by Kaylin on March 1, 2018

  • Great app, great support Aug 13, 2019

    By mjrossing
    I had been using the app for a few months when I got a set of power meter pedals (favero assioma). At first I could not get them so show all the info I wanted and Cyclemeter did not seem to be receiving the l/r balance data at all. A few email back and forth solved most of these issues but still couldn’t figure out the l/r balance issue. My emails were escalated to one of the software developers and we were pretty quickly able to figure it out. Great service. Basically the pedals are set to send all the data (for a Bluetooth connection) through the left pedal. They can also be set to send data individually and this is what Cyclemeter needs. Once I had paired them with the default setting I could no see the right pedal until I had removed the left pedal both from Cyclemeter AND from the iOS Bluetooth settings. Then I could go into Cyclemeter’s device settings and connect to each pedal and I was able to record all the data.
  • Jul 2, 2021

    By Larry Colen
    It is the best app I've found so far for tracking my rides even so there are many small annoyances. The last I checked the manual was nearly non-existent which made it tough to learn. There doesn't seem to be an easy way to analyze my rides on my real computer.
  • Powerful and Flexible! Jun 26, 2018

    By Cliff Roebuck
    I cannot believe the wealth of features this app provides for only $9.99! I’m saying goodbye to my MVP account with MapMyRide and switching to Cyclemeter. Not only does this app offer more insight into my rides and unlimited flexibility, but it also costs a quarter of what I was paying. I’ve only used this app for two rides so far but it has won me over! I have recently purchased a set of speed+cadence sensors that I’m excited to try out with this app. I also LOVE the Apple Watch integration that allows me to remotely control the app and view my stats. I am just in awe of how well this app is designed and thought out! The only thing I noticed that didn’t seem right is that the Elevation Gain or ‘Ascent’ I believe it is termed in Cyclemeter, is not showing the feet of elevation I climbed over the course of my ride. Perhaps I don’t have it set up correctly. Would love some input from Abvio on this. Thank you for making such an incredible resource for cyclists!
  • Jul 23, 2021

    By Raymond Abraham
    So accurate! Much more than Strava.
  • Still a Great App. Mar 30, 2018

    By mpdb2
    I've used Cyclemeter for three seasons and am looking forward to my fourth. It captures far more data than you could want - I can't imagine wanting any more. Exporting to a spreadsheet, if you keep a log is straight forward. I use Apple Numbers and add my blood sugars to the spreadsheet so I can better manage my diabetes. I really like this app. Although I never used the others on my phone, I find this to be very complete and packed with great features. I have the Elite version, which was so much more reasonably priced than the competitors. I especially like the auto email feature so my wife knows where I am on my solo rides in case of an emergency. New addition to this review: I now use the Wahoo RFLK & speed sensor with Cyclemeter. Both work very well with Cyclemeter, giving me even more data and versatility. I still highly recommend this app! Third review: after another year with Cyclemeter, I am still very satisfied. I once used a Garmin, but now Cyclemeter has totally replaced it. I also want to add that the tech support is very responsive. - Email them with a question and you get a timely response. I am extremely satisfied with this app. Fourth review: I still consider this a fantastic app. I used it for all of last riding season and look forward to using it this year. I use the Elite version, which is very economical and so packed with features. I highly recommend this app.
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By paul ritchard
    Pretty good ap Would like it if it was able to give feedback on the stats like when I should change my chain. also, over the years there has been issues, crashes, not recording etc. Support is helpful but it's is quite complicated to get there Good all round ap though
  • Great app for data junkies! May 6, 2021

    By tymxposure
    I’ve been using Cyclemeter for going on two years and am still finding new ways to sort and display information. I’m a little worried my head might explode if I added power meter pedals! I’ve found one irritating quirk when using auto stop on rides. It might affect other activities , as well. The situation where I noticed it was a day I rode to do errands; I had several stops – a couple of them over an hour in length. At the end of the day, I ended the ride (done) and Cyclemeter reported what seemed like an accurate amount of time for the time I was actually riding. All good. BUT when the app synced with the Apple fitness app, I noticed I was credited with 577 exercise minutes - the total elapsed time from when I left the house until my return. I’m not a programmer, but I would thing this should be a pretty easy fix. I’d have to ride a century to log 577 minutes of actual ‘exercise!’
  • Jun 3, 2021

    By scott pelger
    A great application, does what it is supposed to do. the free version is good as a simple ride tracking app but the paid version is better when paired with sensors. Their customer service is the best i have ever had to deal with. they respond within 24 hours. my most recent question came on Saturday before Memorial day and they responded within 6 hours. a few emails back and forth until mid morning the next day and i was all fixed up (had recently switched from iphone to samsung). Best service.
  • Great app, great support Aug 13, 2019

    By mjrossing
    I had been using the app for a few months when I got a set of power meter pedals (favero assioma). At first I could not get them so show all the info I wanted and Cyclemeter did not seem to be receiving the l/r balance data at all. A few email back and forth solved most of these issues but still couldn’t figure out the l/r balance issue. My emails were escalated to one of the software developers and we were pretty quickly able to figure it out. Great service. Basically the pedals are set to send all the data (for a Bluetooth connection) through the left pedal. They can also be set to send data individually and this is what Cyclemeter needs. Once I had paired them with the default setting I could no see the right pedal until I had removed the left pedal both from Cyclemeter AND from the iOS Bluetooth settings. Then I could go into Cyclemeter’s device settings and connect to each pedal and I was able to record all the data.
  • Jul 2, 2021

    By Larry Colen
    It is the best app I've found so far for tracking my rides even so there are many small annoyances. The last I checked the manual was nearly non-existent which made it tough to learn. There doesn't seem to be an easy way to analyze my rides on my real computer.
  • Powerful and Flexible! Jun 26, 2018

    By Cliff Roebuck
    I cannot believe the wealth of features this app provides for only $9.99! I’m saying goodbye to my MVP account with MapMyRide and switching to Cyclemeter. Not only does this app offer more insight into my rides and unlimited flexibility, but it also costs a quarter of what I was paying. I’ve only used this app for two rides so far but it has won me over! I have recently purchased a set of speed+cadence sensors that I’m excited to try out with this app. I also LOVE the Apple Watch integration that allows me to remotely control the app and view my stats. I am just in awe of how well this app is designed and thought out! The only thing I noticed that didn’t seem right is that the Elevation Gain or ‘Ascent’ I believe it is termed in Cyclemeter, is not showing the feet of elevation I climbed over the course of my ride. Perhaps I don’t have it set up correctly. Would love some input from Abvio on this. Thank you for making such an incredible resource for cyclists!
  • Jul 23, 2021

    By Raymond Abraham
    So accurate! Much more than Strava.
  • Still a Great App. Mar 30, 2018

    By mpdb2
    I've used Cyclemeter for three seasons and am looking forward to my fourth. It captures far more data than you could want - I can't imagine wanting any more. Exporting to a spreadsheet, if you keep a log is straight forward. I use Apple Numbers and add my blood sugars to the spreadsheet so I can better manage my diabetes. I really like this app. Although I never used the others on my phone, I find this to be very complete and packed with great features. I have the Elite version, which was so much more reasonably priced than the competitors. I especially like the auto email feature so my wife knows where I am on my solo rides in case of an emergency. New addition to this review: I now use the Wahoo RFLK & speed sensor with Cyclemeter. Both work very well with Cyclemeter, giving me even more data and versatility. I still highly recommend this app! Third review: after another year with Cyclemeter, I am still very satisfied. I once used a Garmin, but now Cyclemeter has totally replaced it. I also want to add that the tech support is very responsive. - Email them with a question and you get a timely response. I am extremely satisfied with this app. Fourth review: I still consider this a fantastic app. I used it for all of last riding season and look forward to using it this year. I use the Elite version, which is very economical and so packed with features. I highly recommend this app.
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By paul ritchard
    Pretty good ap Would like it if it was able to give feedback on the stats like when I should change my chain. also, over the years there has been issues, crashes, not recording etc. Support is helpful but it's is quite complicated to get there Good all round ap though
  • Great app for data junkies! May 6, 2021

    By tymxposure
    I’ve been using Cyclemeter for going on two years and am still finding new ways to sort and display information. I’m a little worried my head might explode if I added power meter pedals! I’ve found one irritating quirk when using auto stop on rides. It might affect other activities , as well. The situation where I noticed it was a day I rode to do errands; I had several stops – a couple of them over an hour in length. At the end of the day, I ended the ride (done) and Cyclemeter reported what seemed like an accurate amount of time for the time I was actually riding. All good. BUT when the app synced with the Apple fitness app, I noticed I was credited with 577 exercise minutes - the total elapsed time from when I left the house until my return. I’m not a programmer, but I would thing this should be a pretty easy fix. I’d have to ride a century to log 577 minutes of actual ‘exercise!’
  • Jun 3, 2021

    By scott pelger
    A great application, does what it is supposed to do. the free version is good as a simple ride tracking app but the paid version is better when paired with sensors. Their customer service is the best i have ever had to deal with. they respond within 24 hours. my most recent question came on Saturday before Memorial day and they responded within 6 hours. a few emails back and forth until mid morning the next day and i was all fixed up (had recently switched from iphone to samsung). Best service.
  • Great app, hard to use correctly Jun 28, 2020

    By Fractaural Motif
    This is a great cycling app as long as you train & retrain yourself on exactly how to use it. It’s served me well quite a few times, and I appreciate the detailed summary at the end. Unfortunately, it is far too easy to screw things up without realizing it. Case in point, this morning I created a new route, hit start, stopped when I was done, only to find out I was still apparently modifying a ride I had done weeks ago. This means it’s impossible for me to see how many miles I just rode, and even the splits are done on 5 mile segments and have nothing to do with where you may have made stops, or even turned off the app for some days. What did I miss? It’s imperative that you press “done” after stopping your ride. Even opening the app weeks later and creating a new route does not automatically stop the previous ride. So whenever opening the app, be sure to look for a “done” button and press it before starting your ride.
  • Jul 5, 2021

    By David White
    Very adaptable. Easy to set up the screens the way I want them.
  • May 2, 2021

    By John Clear
    This worked fine on my iphone gor years. When I switched to Android I then had to pay again, and in recent weeks it gives faulty information on distance covered and the route display on the map. I cannot seem to find an upgrade to fix tge bugd. Each time I use the app I now get a add to pay an annual subscription for the Elite version. I have paid 2 times already for something that does not work.
  • May 12, 2019

    By Paul Callary
    5-Stars on my previous iPhone. Simply a fail since I bought an Android. I know it is the OnePlus 5 phone's fault. It has agressive power management and shuts down my background apps around 20-30 min into my ride. I LOVE cyclemeter and their tech support tried to help. If you have an iPhone you will love it. If you have an Android, beware. Apparently some Androids work, many don't... depending on the OS mods made by the manufacturer. I bought a Leyzne Super gps and love it!
  • img Community
    Whether you are just starting a cycling class or have enjoyed the popular workout for years, this app can be very useful. It is one of the most advanced apps out there for cycling or mountain biking. It transforms your phone into a useful fitness calculator, complete with maps, intervals, maps and advancements. Keep track of your distance as you travel 5 to 10 miles more with this useful app.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. Record unlimited workouts on your calendars and translate them into pie charts, stats, and graphs to better your routine
    2. Love to run? Explore special 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and full-marathon running plans, or design your own training plan
    3. Easy import/export feature lets you share files in multiple formats: GPX, CSV, TCX, FIT, or KML

    Reviewed by Kaylin on March 1, 2018

  • Great app, great support Aug 13, 2019

    By mjrossing
    I had been using the app for a few months when I got a set of power meter pedals (favero assioma). At first I could not get them so show all the info I wanted and Cyclemeter did not seem to be receiving the l/r balance data at all. A few email back and forth solved most of these issues but still couldn’t figure out the l/r balance issue. My emails were escalated to one of the software developers and we were pretty quickly able to figure it out. Great service. Basically the pedals are set to send all the data (for a Bluetooth connection) through the left pedal. They can also be set to send data individually and this is what Cyclemeter needs. Once I had paired them with the default setting I could no see the right pedal until I had removed the left pedal both from Cyclemeter AND from the iOS Bluetooth settings. Then I could go into Cyclemeter’s device settings and connect to each pedal and I was able to record all the data.
  • Powerful and Flexible! Jun 26, 2018

    By Cliff Roebuck
    I cannot believe the wealth of features this app provides for only $9.99! I’m saying goodbye to my MVP account with MapMyRide and switching to Cyclemeter. Not only does this app offer more insight into my rides and unlimited flexibility, but it also costs a quarter of what I was paying. I’ve only used this app for two rides so far but it has won me over! I have recently purchased a set of speed+cadence sensors that I’m excited to try out with this app. I also LOVE the Apple Watch integration that allows me to remotely control the app and view my stats. I am just in awe of how well this app is designed and thought out! The only thing I noticed that didn’t seem right is that the Elevation Gain or ‘Ascent’ I believe it is termed in Cyclemeter, is not showing the feet of elevation I climbed over the course of my ride. Perhaps I don’t have it set up correctly. Would love some input from Abvio on this. Thank you for making such an incredible resource for cyclists!
  • Jul 23, 2021

    By Raymond Abraham
    So accurate! Much more than Strava.
  • Still a Great App. Mar 30, 2018

    By mpdb2
    I've used Cyclemeter for three seasons and am looking forward to my fourth. It captures far more data than you could want - I can't imagine wanting any more. Exporting to a spreadsheet, if you keep a log is straight forward. I use Apple Numbers and add my blood sugars to the spreadsheet so I can better manage my diabetes. I really like this app. Although I never used the others on my phone, I find this to be very complete and packed with great features. I have the Elite version, which was so much more reasonably priced than the competitors. I especially like the auto email feature so my wife knows where I am on my solo rides in case of an emergency. New addition to this review: I now use the Wahoo RFLK & speed sensor with Cyclemeter. Both work very well with Cyclemeter, giving me even more data and versatility. I still highly recommend this app! Third review: after another year with Cyclemeter, I am still very satisfied. I once used a Garmin, but now Cyclemeter has totally replaced it. I also want to add that the tech support is very responsive. - Email them with a question and you get a timely response. I am extremely satisfied with this app. Fourth review: I still consider this a fantastic app. I used it for all of last riding season and look forward to using it this year. I use the Elite version, which is very economical and so packed with features. I highly recommend this app.
  • Great app for data junkies! May 6, 2021

    By tymxposure
    I’ve been using Cyclemeter for going on two years and am still finding new ways to sort and display information. I’m a little worried my head might explode if I added power meter pedals! I’ve found one irritating quirk when using auto stop on rides. It might affect other activities , as well. The situation where I noticed it was a day I rode to do errands; I had several stops – a couple of them over an hour in length. At the end of the day, I ended the ride (done) and Cyclemeter reported what seemed like an accurate amount of time for the time I was actually riding. All good. BUT when the app synced with the Apple fitness app, I noticed I was credited with 577 exercise minutes - the total elapsed time from when I left the house until my return. I’m not a programmer, but I would thing this should be a pretty easy fix. I’d have to ride a century to log 577 minutes of actual ‘exercise!’
  • Jun 3, 2021

    By scott pelger
    A great application, does what it is supposed to do. the free version is good as a simple ride tracking app but the paid version is better when paired with sensors. Their customer service is the best i have ever had to deal with. they respond within 24 hours. my most recent question came on Saturday before Memorial day and they responded within 6 hours. a few emails back and forth until mid morning the next day and i was all fixed up (had recently switched from iphone to samsung). Best service.
  • Jul 5, 2021

    By David White
    Very adaptable. Easy to set up the screens the way I want them.
  • Excellent App for all kinds of Workouts! ## 1 Wish Feb 16, 2020

    By Subs accounts
    This app has by far has every data aspect that could possibly be squeezed out of a workout, and puts all that into a very intuitive assembly. I have used trackers for a long time, and use this app on my Apple Watch to start and stop workouts, in my opinion the best - BUT PLEASE make the Watch App independent of the phone, very hard to run with a iPhone XS Max in your front pocket for any distance. And I have just tested 4 of the other most popular phone independent Apps out there, and either they are filled with adds (even with the payed version), not very accurate or so focused on social data sharing i believe they forgot what the app was for in the first place. For reference I have paid for the Elite version of Cyclemeter for two years now, using on watch 4 but have had it on a 3 and no issues ever with crashes or sync to the health app and other apps.
  • Great workout app May 25, 2018

    By Mattelfesso
    I’ve used cyclemeter for 5 years and it keeps getting better. I use it mostly for cycling, but it allows you to choose other activities such as running or hiking, so I have no need for other workout apps. I briefly used a Wahoo heart rate monitor with it, but wearing a chest strap was annoying. Now with an Apple watch, it is easy to control without reaching in my pocket for my phone, and it does a great job of recording my heart rate from the watch. It does not have social media functions, but will post to Strava if you want. (Overall, it’s a much more useful app than Strava). It will also post my workout results to my iCal, email or facebook. There are links to their website which integrates the route map with plots of speed, heart rate, and altitude, gives splits, etc. Overall the data is well presented, and it’s hard to imagine what else one might want.
  • Jun 5, 2021

    By Noel Duarte
    Fun and easy to use, love that the result can also be seen on Strava
  • Jul 2, 2021

    By Larry Colen
    It is the best app I've found so far for tracking my rides even so there are many small annoyances. The last I checked the manual was nearly non-existent which made it tough to learn. There doesn't seem to be an easy way to analyze my rides on my real computer.
  • Great app, hard to use correctly Jun 28, 2020

    By Fractaural Motif
    This is a great cycling app as long as you train & retrain yourself on exactly how to use it. It’s served me well quite a few times, and I appreciate the detailed summary at the end. Unfortunately, it is far too easy to screw things up without realizing it. Case in point, this morning I created a new route, hit start, stopped when I was done, only to find out I was still apparently modifying a ride I had done weeks ago. This means it’s impossible for me to see how many miles I just rode, and even the splits are done on 5 mile segments and have nothing to do with where you may have made stops, or even turned off the app for some days. What did I miss? It’s imperative that you press “done” after stopping your ride. Even opening the app weeks later and creating a new route does not automatically stop the previous ride. So whenever opening the app, be sure to look for a “done” button and press it before starting your ride.
  • Jun 10, 2021

    By Yoshan Perera
    Hi, IN My Galaxy MO2S app says poor GPS Signals and location or mileage is not tracking other than the timer. But it works well in my iOs.
  • Jun 10, 2021

    By Moshe Feldman
    Good alternative to buying a didicated bike computer. A little clunky.
  • Setup can be frustrating. Oct 9, 2018

    By mmaguire
    The iPhone app works great once you figure out how to set it up. There are so many different configurations and calculations that you get lost in the maze of options. Once you turn something on you wish you hadn’t it can take a while to go back through all the options to turn it off again. However once set up, it works great. Lots of good info. I’m planning to get my first Apple Watch (S4 cellular) and was thinking I’d use this app on the watch to track all my info but according to the support pages it must be connected to the phone to function. The entire point of the watch for working out it to ditch the phone when running/biking so you don’t have to carry it. What’s the point of the APP if it can’t function autonomously and then upload the info back to the phone when you’re finished? Seems like a pointless app for the watch.
  • Sep 13, 2020

    By Joao Michel
    Trully a great app with all the riding data necessary for an amature to a serious cyclist . One feature that is greatly missed is the ability to select a safety contact and that that particular person cannot follow you on your ride. This is a great safety feature for both road riders and MTB riders. Accidents can happen - and this feature could save ones life. Other competitive apps carry this feature however not the detailed metrics of cyclemeter. Please take this under consideration on your next update.
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By paul ritchard
    Pretty good ap Would like it if it was able to give feedback on the stats like when I should change my chain. also, over the years there has been issues, crashes, not recording etc. Support is helpful but it's is quite complicated to get there Good all round ap though
  • Good app but bugs and lacking features. Mar 21, 2019

    By awer25
    There are 1,001 reasons to use this app, and it really is good. I just want to point out a few issues and requests. 1. lately when I open the app on my watch, it shows no connection to the phone, even if the app is running on the phone. Only fix I know of is to uninstall and reinstall app which is not really a solution. For diagnostic purposes I’m using an iPhone X and Apple Watch S4 LTE. 2. It does not work in standalone mode on LTE Apple Watches like some other apps, and needs the phone in range. This defeats the purpose of the LTE watch since I can’t bike with just my watch if I want to use Cyclemeter. 3. Feature request - can we have a way to show team members on the map? I’m part of a 6-person team and would really love to be able to see each other on the map as people can get lost in races and you don’t always know if they are just ahead or trailing behind. This feature would be amazing. Overall thanks for making a great app. Cyclemeter has been my go-to cycling app for years.
  • Cyclemeter Jul 22, 2021

    By RayBoe1
    Cycle meter was a great app that I have use for many years. It use to share you ride on Facebook but after all these years now you have to upgrade and pay for it. That is the only thing I would use for the paid app so I can just take a photo and post it. If they wouldn’t have changed it and make user pay for an upgrade for that one item I would have gave it 5 stars. I think it rotten of the owners not to have grandfathered us users that have been faithful for years to make us pay for what has been free. That is why I rarely use the Walkmeter anymore which was great to but have to protest somehow. I received an e-mail by the company that state they never changed it as my post stated above. Problem is I have many posts on Facebook through the years where the App allowed me to share it and they say it was only allowed in the paid versions but they can’t show where I ever paid. Another minus for this app.
  • Good, but... Oct 23, 2018

    By Aaauuuggghhh
    I like a lot about this app, but it quits working too often. About 1 in 5 rides I get to a stop point and check it only to see it stopped working many miles ago. No I usually don’t have other apps running. Sometimes I run Google maps in parallel, but the drop outs don’t correspond to whether that is on or not. I turn off the screen while riding to not drain the battery and to not get distracted, so I never see it drop out. In all fairness I had the same problem with RoadBikePro, which is not as good when it’s working. It’s a bit disappointing, as logging my rides is important to me. I may have to buy a dedicated Garmin bike computer I guess. Sure wish these guys could fix the problem. Note that a couple rides when this quit were with Google maps running, and that doesn’t quit at the same time. So it’s not the phone GPS chip or connection.
  • Oct 19, 2018

    By RDC113
    Elite version . Does everything it said but too clunky. It's a right faff around to import a route. I don't know why you would hide this behind loads of menus. (It's under advanced for some reason). V Good for displaying information but on the whole I found it too confusing with 'path' and 'track' etc. meaning different things and the map needs to zoom in towards junctions. Was hoping after spending ages working out how to import a route it would follow it and do something if you went wrong but to be fair it doesn't advertise turn by turn route following. Or maybe I just couldn't work it out. After ages messing about with it I'm giving up.
  • Needs to add some features May 21, 2019

    By cesjr
    I’ve been using this for years but would switch to a dedicated bike computer if I had the money. It’s missing a few features that they should have added by now. One, the ability to trim a recorded ride. I can’t count how many times I’ve forgotten to stop the ride after driving half way home. They tell you to export to Strava to trim and then re-import. I did this like once then never bothered again. Also some kind of optional auto start or stop feature can’t be that hard to implement. Maybe when the bike is moving for more than a few minutes and there’s a cadence reading, it could auto start? Doesn’t seem like rocket science. Also better integration with route sources like MTB project or trailforks like some bike computers are implementing.
  • May 2, 2021

    By John Clear
    This worked fine on my iphone gor years. When I switched to Android I then had to pay again, and in recent weeks it gives faulty information on distance covered and the route display on the map. I cannot seem to find an upgrade to fix tge bugd. Each time I use the app I now get a add to pay an annual subscription for the Elite version. I have paid 2 times already for something that does not work.
  • May 12, 2019

    By Paul Callary
    5-Stars on my previous iPhone. Simply a fail since I bought an Android. I know it is the OnePlus 5 phone's fault. It has agressive power management and shuts down my background apps around 20-30 min into my ride. I LOVE cyclemeter and their tech support tried to help. If you have an iPhone you will love it. If you have an Android, beware. Apparently some Androids work, many don't... depending on the OS mods made by the manufacturer. I bought a Leyzne Super gps and love it!

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