The Peloton Android app and Peloton website are now updated with new search & filtering capabilities, including the ability to multi-select for different instructors, class lengths, and more.
Peloton has made a filing with the FCC for a new PLTN-RB1VQ-2 tablet & screen – this appears to be a slight refresh for the original Peloton Bike screen.
The pause button for the Peloton Bike & Peloton Tread should be released soon. A Peloton class mentioned the “new pause feature” this week.
The user interface of the Peloton Bike & Tread was updated today. Class filters are now in their own sidebar menu, and you can now filter by multiple items at once within the same category.
The Peloton iOS Digital app has been updated to allow you to create, edit, and modify class stacks from within the Peloton app. Previously you could only play stacks you had made elsewhere.
Signs appear to be pointing towards Peloton building a voice interface and/or a voice search for products like the Peloton Bike & Peloton Tread.
You can now view captions & subtitles for live Peloton classes. This feature quietly launched last week. Subtitles should now be available for almost every Peloton class.
The new Peloton Heart Rate band is getting closer to an official announcement. Members are actively testing the new heart rate monitor through the Peloton Field Testing Community.
The “Tread Lock” safety feature is rolling out to the newer, lower cost Peloton Tread. Originally only on the Tread+, this requires users to enter a passcode before using their Treadmill.
The leaderboard is coming back to Peloton’s scenic classes. An update rolling out this week will restore the leaderboard on Peloton’s scenic rides & scenic runs.
Peloton has added a new filter that allows you to block & hide Peloton’s postnatal & prenatal classes. Find out how to turn the new setting on in our article.
A new report indicates Peloton will be adding a video game mode called “Lanebreak” to the Peloton Bike & Bike+ later this year.