FITIV Ride GPS Route Tracker

FITIV Ride GPS Route Tracker

By MotiFIT Fitness Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-09-01
  • Current Version: 4.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 113.09 MB
  • Developer: MotiFIT Fitness Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 115 Ratings


Use FITIV Ride on Apple Watch, iPhone or iPad to take your fitness training to the next level. Use visual feedback to train smarter and get exceptional results. Our eye catching real-time graphics motivate you to push hard and burn more calories. This extra effort creates an after burn effect (EPOC) and a metabolism boost that lasts for hours after completing a workout. Apple Watch: - FITIV Ride reads your heart rate directly from Apple Watch to help visualize your workout intensity in real-time. - Import your Apple Watch workouts to review and analyze your past intensity and performance. - Automatic workout sync via your cloud account for easy access on all your mobile devices. - In depth daily fitness stats (Steps, Avg HR, Daily High / Low HR, Hourly AVG HR, Apple Activity). - Beautiful Hourly Avg HR chart and much more. - Workouts count towards your Apple activity rings. Apple Watch Series 2: - Use the built-in GPS technology in the Apple Watch Series 2 to track your workout without carrying your iPhone. Apple Health App Integration: - Save your workout data to the Health app to keep all your workout statistics organized. - Manual Import/Export for Health app workouts to review and analyze data from compatible fitness trackers. Voice Feedback: - Live voice feedback to help you train smarter. - 100% Compatible with VoiceOver for iOS to help visually impaired individuals. Active calories burned are automatically picked up by MyFitnessPal through the Health App database. Did you attend a spin class? FITIV Ride lets you enter those details after you're done. If you enjoy knowing your numbers, all your metrics are available in real-time (Distance, Pace, Speed, Elevation Gain/Loss, Caloric burn, Heart Rate) FITIV Ride is the perfect cycling companion. The voice feedback will let you know how your ride is going and the built in music player will allow you to listen to your favorite tunes. Share bike rides on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Email (CSV, TCX, GPX) to help motivate your friends and yourself. Link your Strava account and enjoy automatic or manual workout uploads. Our basic exports also allow transfer to Runkeeper, Strava, Training Peeks, etc. Benefits of heart rate zone training: - Optimize training for specific goals (weight loss, performance, HIIT, etc) - Prevent over training. Reviews: * * * * * Fantastic app - best I've used this is a great app! great functionality, customizability, and very intuitive … all in all, excellent app! bought the Pro Lifetime no hesitation * * * * * Best out there Fantastic app. Been through a dozen. I brought the premium for life add on WORTH IT. Adjustable heart rate zone training. Heart Rate Monitor Compatibility: - Apple Watch - Polar H6, H7, H10 - Wahoo TICKR, TICKR RUN, TICKR X - Scosche Rhythm+ - Mio, Jabra - All other Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Upgrade Options, Pricing and Terms: - Two auto-renewing PRO membership upgrade subscription are offered. US$ 1.99/month US$ 9.99/year (US$ 0.83/month) - Payments will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence. - Monthly and yearly subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off from your iTunes account settings at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. - Any unused portion of the free trial period, will be forfeited if a PRO Membership is purchased. - To read more about our terms and conditions or our privacy policy please visit: APP YOUR FITNESS AND TRY FITIV TODAY FOR FREE. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • App is Marginal

    By mt bikr
    I use it on my apple watch and it is slow to start and hangs up frequently between when I select my exercise and the Start function. It has also on occasion gone into a pause mode without warning. If you are looking for a reliable exercise, this is not it!
  • Best

    By Pasutto Fam.
    Great HR, activity tracker out there
  • Good stuff excited for future updates.

    By Tduma
  • Auto pause on GPS doesn’t work

    By Llama jones
    With the latest update the auto pause on gps doesn’t work which makes all the number averages irrelevant...need to bring back the auto pause feature
  • Going downhill

    By Pippa 675
    No longer automatically pauses when you stop for a long red light, no longer gives max speed in mph, now it crashes and disconnects from heart rate monitors for both my wife and myself.
  • Awesome app

    By The Choser
    This is a great all around app for active people. It tracks my heart rate during my cycling, with awesome stats and graphs. Works well with I watch app. It also presents stats on daily, weekly monthly and yearly, so you get a great sense of how you are progressing throughout the period
  • Needs Bluetooth cadence support

    By audiolarue
    Love the app but on the bike I need the ability to track cadence. Not available right now. Bluetooth speed/cadence sensors are available on the market. Upgrade the functionality.
  • Looks good

    By Vindler
    Upgrades are looking good. I can't wait to give it a try.
  • What happened?

    By BamaRolln
    Update: Working well now, bugs gone, rating changed back to 5 stars.
  • Does what I need

    By WBgolf
    I needed to replace my bike log app as they went out of business and the app was not compatible with OS 11.01. I wanted a simple app that I could track my rides by the day, week, month, year and total. Had 29,000 miles on my old app. The Motifit app does what I need plus it has gps for mapping the ride. It eats up a lot of data and battery, however. Luckily it allows a manual entry of a ride which I simply enter the data from my bike computer. I can see my totals easily, after a few trial and error attempts. The mapping feature is nice. I also use a fitbit mapping feature so when both are going the battery really drains. The app does a lot more than I care about or will ever use.