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The LiveRowing App is tailored for rowing machine athletes to enable them to connect, analyze and compete while on the Concept2 Indoor Rower. This multifunctional app has something for everyone, from beginning indoor rowers, to the highly fit athlete looking for competitive and engaging workouts. LiveRowing connects the global community of indoor rowers in one social environment. Also connect with Strava, Concept2 Logbook and Apple Health. You can now create custom workouts, share workouts, compete with users around the world. Connect your Concept2 Rowing Machine into the world with the LiveRowing app.
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I’ve used this so for a year and it’s alright. UI seems to be following their own sense of design. Not intuitive. The online features are very rudimentary. You can’t build workouts on the web. It’s just got a basic log book view. Initially I got this to be able to sync to Strava, but since then I’ve found HealthFit and that app can do all syncing. This product doesn’t seem to be in active development. Can we expect new features? Their webpage looks exactly as it did last year, which is to say it looked years old. In their store, there is a cradle for an iPhone 4-7 and a Polar H7 HRM. These are pretty old and not even sold anymore. There just doesn’t seem to be the kind of apps for rowing that we have for Running and specially Cycling. Maybe Zwift will add rowing.
It is not an overstatement to say this app changes everything with your Concept2 workouts. The best feature of this app is the ability to choose from countless workouts and the PUSH THOSE WORKOUTS to your PCM all in just seconds. No more straining your brain for something different to try and then sitting there pushing buttons on the PCM like it is 1982. You will need a special cable or a PCM5 that can connect via Bluetooth. In addition - the metrics and feedback LiveRowing provides is excellent. You can also see where you rank against other users. LiveRowing can be easily set up to push your completed workout to your Concept2 logbook as well as your Strava account. I have been using the free version for about a week and cannot overstate how much better this has made my rowing workouts. I will definitely be purchasing the paid version. If you need to put some spice back into your relationship with your Concept2 this is the solution.
This is a prime reason why apps should all be free with an upgrade option for additional features. We just purchased a concept2 model D and we were looking forward to using this app on our workout journeys. The decision was made to try the free option to determine if paying would be worth our money. Thank goodness we didn’t pay upfront because it cataloged our first workouts perfectly with a great info board. Our second night however was a different story. The app seemed to work flawlessly again, that is until we were done and the app says we have incomplete workouts. Attempting to log in to see what is wrong the app completely crashes. It took 10 seconds the first night to find the PM5 monitor and now it can take up to 15 minutes. I surely hope the app developers are still working on this app because it would be great if it worked. As of right now I would give it zero stars if I could due to it being a broken app.
Like many reviews here, this app is not working correctly. The first day I used it all worked fine, linked Strava, log book, and the work outs worked correctly, but can’t get it to work again. Do not use this app in its current state, it will lead to more frustration sessions then workout sessions. I do think this app has amazing promise, please take this as positive criticism, I want to use this app, please fix the linking problems! 2nd time I used it nothing linked, and I had to manual upload to log book, then download the file and add it to Strava. 3rd time everything seemed to actually work with Strava linked to my log book instead of the app. Silly work around, the app just uploads to my c2 log book and then Strava links to log book. 4th time the data that uploaded was missing all my heart rate info and watts so it’s useless for my Strava performance tracking. 5th time the workout I chose would not populate correctly at all, I had to restart my workout 3 times, finally gave up, and re rowed the workout i did yesterday. I manually update Strava with the log from my log book. This app is not working as intended and needs to be fixed as it’s currently the app everything suggests to use for Strava and rowing on a concept2 which is frustratingly inaccurate. Pleas fix.
The hallmark of this app is it’s consistency...it consistently doesn’t work. Constantly disconnects from the concept 2, it can rarely find my heart rate monitor. I’ve never been able to get it to sync with my Strava after the first time. I started with the free version and it seemed ok but I wanted to do custom workouts so I went for the paid version and then all my problems began. I was really hoping to use this to work out with a friend in another state but it’s so unreliable I just use ErgData now because that seems to work 100% of the time. If they would work on getting the app right instead of collecting money I would change my review. The idea is great it is just so poorly executed. Also I contacted “support” which seems non existent as far as I can tell. Save your money
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Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.5.1.
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LiveRowing have a 59a user reviews.
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