If you love to bike then you love LoveToBike.
Track and record your workout with LoveToBike on your Apple Watch, view, analyze and organize it with LoveToBike on your iPhone.
LoveToBike turns your watch into your workout cockpit and showing you all important metrics of you and your workout.
- Indoor Sports: Heart Rate, max. Heart Rate, average heart Rate, Calories, Elapsed Time, Heart Rate Zones, Calories burn per hour and current).
- Outdoor Sports: Heart Rate, max. Heart Rate, average Heart Rate, Calories, Speed, Distance, Altitude, Climb, Climb Angle, Descent, vertical Speed, Heart Rate Zones, Calories burn per hour).
Configure the fields of the outdoor profile as you like it, you decide which fields are displayed.
Your current heart rate is displayed in a tachometer style, this makes it very easy to read and you also always see in which heart rate zone and where in the zone you are currently exercising. Additionally the average and the maximal Heart Rate of your workout is shown.
Your watch alarms you with a vibration should your heart rate enter your red heart rate zone (several options available for this alarm).
A workout is automatically saved in LoveToBike of your iPhone and it is also added to Apple Fitness.
LoveToBike für your iPhone:
Efficient and easy organization of all your trainings, workouts and tours.
Details of your tours and workouts: interactive map view, heart rate zone analysis, altitude- speed- and heart rate graphs.
The interactive map view shows you photos of your tour exactly where you have made them.
The Home Screen displays your last 5 tours/workouts, charts of your activity of the past 6 months and the heart rate zone analysis of the current month.
One-Week overview of your Apple Fitness Activity.
Tours/Workouts you record with LoveToBike for Apple Watch and automatically in LoveToBike of your iPhone.
If you record your tours/workouts with another watch or bicycle computer you can add them to LoveToBike by importing them as a TCX file from DropBox or iCloud.
- September 19, 2023 Initial release