IpBike ANT+™ Bike Computer APK

Version 2.4.7 - com.iforpowell.android.ipbike
Last updated: Wed, 03 Nov 2021 17:07:51 UTC
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IpBike a feature rich ANT+™ / GPS based bike computer ideal for on the bike use.

IpBike ANT+™ Bike Computer apk

APP Information

Download Version 2.4.7 (2040703)
Apk Size6.07 MB
App DeveloperFredrik Key
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.iforpowell.android.ipbike.apk
MD57a54a0aea38c6f87a0fb854c30739fd2
Rate5
Website http://www.iforpowell.com/cms/

Download IpBike ANT+™ Bike Computer 2.4.7 APK

App Description

IpBike ANT+™ Bike Computer is iforpowell,android,ipbike,health,fitness, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Fredrik Key website who developed it. com.iforpowell.android.ipbike.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.4.7 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 1534+ times on store. You can also download com.iforpowell.android.ipbike APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

IpBike is an app to turn your Android phone or tablet into a fully functional bike computer ideal for mounting on the bars of your bike.  
Supports ANT+ See if your phone is ANT capable at http:www.thisisant.comdirectoryfilter~60~
This product is ANT+ certified and complies with the following ANT+ device profiles:
Bicycle speed
Bicycle cadence
Bicycle combined speed and cadence
Bicycle power (including pedaling effectiveness and smoothness)
Heart rate (Hrv with beta IpSensorMan)
See ANT+ Compatible devices at http:www.thisisant.comdirectoryipbike
Not yet certified but fully working support for
Stride based speed and distance (footpod)
Environment (Garmin Tempe)
With beta IpSensorMan you also get beta level support for.
Muscle Oxygen
Remote Control
Fitness equipment control (FEC)
Suspension
Bike light
Shifting
Bluetooth low energy, Bluetooth Smart support is in beta testing with support for Heart Rate , Bike speed and cadence, running speed and cadence and Bike Power (but not 2 pedal BLE meters).  See http:www.iforpowell.comcmsindex.php?page=btle-beta
Barometric pressure sensor used to enhance altitude on compatible devices.
Direct upload support for StriveMax, Google Fit, VeloHero, What's Today's Plan, RunKeeper, TrainingPeaks, Sporttracks.mobi, Attackpoint, Strava, Trainingstagebuch, Cycling Analytics and RunningAHEAD.  Direct email based upload for sites like ridewithgps and mapmytracks. Other sites supported by exporting .gpx or .tcx or .FIT ride files you can automate this process by using things like the DropBox or Drive apps.
The main riding screens are all fully customisable for colour, size and number of items with all the stats you would expect (over 100 to choose from) plus some less common ones given suitable sensors like.
5s Avg. Power
30s Avg. Power
Normalised Power
IF
TSS
GOVSS
Power Balance
Torque Effectiveness
Pedal Smoothness 
Pedalling %
Ride Avg. incline
Total Ascent
Current rate of climb
Current Incline
HRV
heart rate beat to beat
Gearing
Coasting time
Hemoglobin concentration
Battery level
Mapping support is either online or offline using Mobile Atlas Creator or MapsForge .map files.
You can upload .fit .gpx or .kml route files to follow as you ride.
Real time plot available with your critical stats updated as you ride.
Multi step workouts can be designed with time, distance, heart rate or power based durations.  Targets can be power, cadence, heart rate or speed based.  Repetitions can be counts or till time or distance targets.  Support for FIT workout format file import and export.  Feedback on target and progress.
Text to speech audio feedback available with customisation over what is read back and when.
IpBike aims to be feature rich - comparing to stand alone bike computes its Garmin 810 class rather than Garmin 200 or 500.  If you want a simple app please look else where.  If you want lots of features please be prepared to take time to learn how to use them see http:www.iforpowell.comcmsindex.php?page=help
Limitations.
The free version of IpBike is limited to one million wheel revolutions (or equivalent in gps only mode 2070mm wheel).  For permanent use after this you will need to get the IpBikeKey app which will unlock this limitation.
IpBike uses IpSensorMan to provide access to ANT+, Btle and BlueTooth sensors.  If you have a compatible phone and do not have IpSensorMan installed you will be prompted to install it.  You can use an ANT USB Stick if your phone supports USB host mode.  For Hrv, Muscle Oxygen, Remote Control, FEC, Suspension, Bike light, Shifting and Btle you need the beta version see http:www.iforpowell.comcmsindex.php?page=IpSensorMan-beta
If IpBike fails to start up on your device the most common cause is an issue with the Google maps setup.  The release page has a version without Google Maps support you can try.  http:www.iforpowell.comcmsindex.php?page=releases 

App ChangeLog

  • Update crash detection system backend after old one stopped working.
  • Fix some issues if there is no waypoint name comment and description.
  • Update to Android 11 build framework.

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Markus N-avatar

    Markus N

    I'm going to give this five stars but here's the caveat: If you're looking for something that "just works", go look somewhere else. This is not for you. If you're willing to learn to use the app before getting the most out of it, then it might be for you. It sure has a learing curve but given patience, you'll probably get all readings set up just the way you want. October update: I use it for every ride and I love it so much.

  2. Иля Попов-avatar

    Иля Попов

    Very good app, compare to the stupid Cadence app which isn't even free.The only thing I can't find in settings is where I can configure the size of the bike wheel.

  3. Peter Gamma-avatar

    Peter Gamma

    A great app. I appreciate the option that so many sensor types can be added, ANT+, BLE, etc. I miss an option to stream data to a real-time application, for instance over MQTT. Is there a way to add this option?

  4. David Koser-avatar

    David Koser

    Based upon the unpolished appearance of the interface, the somewhat complex startup and miscellaneous usability issues, I initially wasn't sure about this app. After spending some time with it, however, I'm realizing this thing is incredibly powerful. Power balance and pedal stroke analysis, and other advanced features like HR variability, access to my phone's built in barometer, etc. etc. It not only replaces a bike computer for 8 dollars, it has tremendous customization potential. Bravo!

  5. Peter Ashworth-avatar

    Peter Ashworth

    has a couple quirky issues, terrible interface instruction manual so you have to work things out yourself, but I have been using for several years riding 3-4 times a week, and I love it. Sits on my Samsung Note 8, large screen, right on my bars. Gives lots of biometrics, ...speed, distance, cadence, heart rate, max hr, nav, maps, altitude, grade, and more...its great!

  6. Lisa Barnes-avatar

    Lisa Barnes

    Very powerful with steep learning curve. I love it, but I am a programmer. Probably too complex for most people desiring a bike computer app. I love it because of the customizability, primarily ability to set up my own calculations and metrics. Many options to export results to different file formats and different apps. You must be willing to tinker with it and figure things out on your own. Not much documentation. Many reviews say UI is bad, but after learning it, I find it intuitive.

  7. Andrés Vargas-avatar

    Andrés Vargas

    Is all right as you get every possible data, but is absolutely not user friendly. Is way too complex to configure, terms are not clear and the UI is a disaster. Even though you can customize it, the chances are that everything will be a mess and there is no way to revert anything, so you will need to completely reset the app. Has potential, but needs to work on the user friendliness. By the way, you need to download another app for connecting any sensor, which I find it very annoying too.

  8. Brian Lennon-avatar

    Brian Lennon

    I don't normally review apps but this one is different. This app is absolutely amazing. It has everything you could want in a bike computer and more. There are tons of settings you changes and adjust which is amazing. It does take time to set everything up to your personal preferences but once its there it's incredible. I love this app. I can easily export the tcx file and upload to garmin. Where all my workouts have been saved.

  9. Érico Schmitt-avatar

    Érico Schmitt

    I'm new to it but I really loved! I got it while I had to send my Wahoo Bold for warranty replacement. But this is much more complete. It's like a mobile Golden Cheetah: shows an endless amount of data and allows customization. The user interface isn't friendly, and setting up the screen's data fields is very tricky to learn. Some observations for improvement: -There's no 3sec avg power, only instant then 5. -You can't hold a field to move it to another spot. You must instead select another metric for it, and then do the same for the other field you wanted to swap it for. -When selecting what a field shows, theres no data category, just one huge list with all possibilities. Setting up the Bolt on Wahoo Elemnt app is much easier, for comparison. -There's a basic data group on the first page that seemingly cannot be changed. so the top 4 fields are always [speed/cad/power/HR] -Swapping pages is tricky -Getting rid of the map was tricky too. -How to turn off the voice sounds for auto-pause, start, etc?..

  10. Richard Schipper-avatar

    Richard Schipper

    Once you get used to ipBike you would never consider paying for a dedicated bike computer! The only advantage there would be a daylight readable LCD screen but you should be looking at the road not a screen! This just needs a finger tap to bring up the screen when you need it. The voice prompts make that fairly unnecessary. Grab an old(ish) phone (I'm using an S3) a cheap SIM service provider, a weather proof case for bike mounting, this app and you've saved yourself a lot of money.