Zwift opens accessibility with iOS access

Online training system Zwift has opened up access to iOS users, meaning iPads and iPhones will now have a dedicated downloadable app.

“We’re committed to making Zwift more accessible, easier to set-up and stress-free to ride. Zwifting on iPad and iPhone achieves all of this without compromising on a quality experience for our users,” commented Eric Min, Zwift CEO and founder. “Twelve months ago, Zwift was a product associated with high spec computers, ANT+ dongles, and permanent home set-ups with large screen TVs. Very soon, this same product will be available at the tap of a finger from the App Store, entirely portable and easy to connect via Bluetooth. This is great news for cyclists across the world who live in city apartments and shared homes, where space is a premium.”

Zwift’s iOS Beta program will begins this month, with invites being sent to the Zwift community. Pricing on iOS will be equivalent to Mac and PC at $10/£8 per month, offered as no-obligation monthly subscription. A full subscription launch is planned for winter 2016.