According to Peloton CEO Barry McCarthy, the Peloton App-only subscription will relaunch in 2023 with new strategies and pricing, including tiered pricing, a freemium mode, and locked classes & content depending on how much you are paying.
Peloton is potentially considering adding an annual membership option for the Peloton App-only subscription.
The Peloton Android app got several updates this week – including Just Work Out being available to nearly all members, a stats summary, the new workout tab, and more.
Peloton App is now available for Wear OS 3 users (for devices like the Google Pixel Watch or Samsung Galaxy watch). Members can download the app from the Google Play Store now.
Peloton has added the activity feed beta to the iOS app, so members can see a list of workouts their friends have recently completed.
The Peloton iOS App has a new update available that provides personalized daily content recommendations, and a rename of the “Classes” tab to “Workouts”
Peloton is offering an extended 60 day free trial – double the standard 30 days – for the Peloton Digital App for a limited time over the course of October.
Peloton has acknowledged a bug with the Peloton Digital iOS App that prevents the preloading of classes following the iOS16 software update for Apple’s iPhones.
Peloton has made updates to the iOS App home screen with new statistics and challenges sections.
Peloton is slowly rolling out additional modalities to the “Just Work Out” feature, including yoga, strength, meditation, cardio, and stretching and indoor options for cycling, walking, and running.
The newest version of the Peloton iOS App & Peloton Android app contains the updated home tab that is also available on Bike and Tread devices, as well as the web browser.
Peloton is beta testing a new “Just Work Out” feature, which brings the “Just Ride” and “Just Run” options to outdoor classes – allowing you to run or ride for any distance outdoors and get credit in your Peloton profile.