The Technogym app has received negative reviews from users, with complaints about its functionality and lack of features. Users have reported issues with tracking workouts, deleting equipment sets, and changing gym setups. The app is also criticized for being slow and unreliable, with frequent crashes and disconnections. Additionally, users have expressed dissatisfaction with the app's design and limitations, such as the inability to compare training sessions and monitor progress. Overall, the Technogym app is considered poorly designed and ineffective by many users.Best for
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This app didn't work for me, failed to track spin session despite QR pairing with bike. Honestly, all Techogym need to to is produce an app that just works and syncs with their equipment. This app seems to want to be another Garmin or Strava.. why it wants to import from Strava I don't know. Most people at the gym have a wearable for tracking activity and heart rate, but what they want is the data from the Technogym to feed their wearable app (eg Garmin Connect etc). This is a big fail !
2 stars, but even that is very generous. The general idea of app that integrates with gym equipment and designs your workout is great, but TechnoGym, your implementation is abysmal. I couldn't even properly use the workouts that app designed for me. I won't even go into bizzare idea you are limited to 40 minutes a day for 3 days a week (felt like half the workout was missing) and severly limited equipment set. But even then, it fails to work correctly. Workouts just randomly close on me.
Very nice app. It connects easily and painlessly to the gym machines. Developers are also responsive and advised me how to fix the settings. Thank you so much!
Flexibility to train anywhere anytime is invaluable
Stop trying to make MOVEs/Movergy happen. Edit in response to the response that I can't reply to: The problem with MOVEs/Movergy is that it's unnecessary to invent these new terms.
Tried this app for the first time today. Easy to use and has lots of interesting information re diet/wellbeing etc.
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