Hi everybody, welcome to my blog! A lot of people are here for the first time so i would like to introduce my new app called “qdomyos-zwift” that can transform your dumb treadmill/bike into a zwift/peloton compatibile machine without any additional hardware!
My app runs like a bluetooth bridge from your machine to zwift/peloton and other 3rd party apps!
So let’s see how the development is going:
Apple Watch support
This is one of the main feature that i’m currently developping: on iOS my app can reads the heart rate in real time from your Apple Watch and it can log and send to other apps!
It’s currently in beta, but i will open it to anyone soon!
GPX/FIT file export
I recently added the possibility to export your session on GPX and FIT file in order to upload them to Strava or other cloud services. This feature is still in beta, but it works really great now. In the near future i will add automatic upload to Strava as well.
i-Running and Carnielli treadmills support
With the help of an italian user (thanks Giovanna!) i added the support for i-Running and Carnielli treadmills. So give it a try!
Average power tile
Sarah (thanks!) requests me to add a tile that shows the average power during your workout!
Thanks to Mark, i added a Calories tile for all the machine that doesn’t have this feature built-in.
Cadence at 0 to Peloton
I’m aware that some of you has an issue with Peloton that shows always cadence 0. I would like just to inform you that i’m running some tests with some of you, and i hope that will be fixed soon!
Frequent disconnections from Peloton or Zwift
Some of you, report to me that has frequent disconnection from Peloton or Zwift. This may be releated to other bluetooth devices around you and crappy bluetooth stack on your phone.
I added an expermiental feature called “relaxed bluetooth” on the setting page of my app. Try to turn it on and give it a try, and of course tell me if it’s better or not. I need always your help to improve the app!
Remember that if you have any issue, it’s very important to me to read the log files generated from my app.
On iOS you can find them in the “Files App” with the name “debug-dateandtime” on Android you can find them on the download folder of your phone.
Also remember that all this software is open source and you can find the source on github and you can also add bug or add features request there!
If you have any comments, please fill out the form!