Android Peloton Digital App Now Has Workout Charts & Graphs (Output, Cadence, Heart Rate, etc)

Android users have a lot be excited for this week. Just days after getting an exclusive new feature, the ability to filter classes not taken by you, Peloton is back with another much-requested feature.

Today, Android users are now able to view workout graphs & charts of their workouts. This feature was previously available on iOS and web, however, had not yet made it to Android. The following charts & graphs are now available:

  • Heart Rate
  • Output
  • Cadence
  • Resistance
  • Speed
Android users can now see workout charts & graphs

Over the last several months, Peloton has released a slew of new feature for Android (most of which iOS users already had though). Earlier this week Android users got a new filter to allow them to see workouts *not* taken. Prior to the end of August, Android users weren’t even able to view any data of completed workouts – this was added on August 31. At the beginning of August, Android got the ability to connect bluetooth heart rate monitors.

However, there are still a number of iOS only features Android users continue to wait for – including outdoor run GPS tracking, preloading classes for offline workouts, and others. Peloton appears to be putting renewed energy into the Android app, so there’s a chance those could see the light of day for Android.


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Chris L
Chris is the founder of Pelo Buddy. He purchased his Peloton in 2018, and has been riding and running ever since. You can find him on the leaderboard at #PeloBuddy.

3 Comments

  • Jude says:

    I have the latest Android digital subscription (latest version Dec 2020) and it does not have any of these features. Am I understanding this incorrectly?

  • Carolina says:

    Can you do a post about how to read the charts? I want to know what I’m looking at exactly. Are the blue bars behind the data line where the class expected you to be? Thanks!

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