YURIY RYASHKO - 18.09.2019

Boom, boom, boom!!! It is time! With humanity accelerating its development in the 21st century, we are bringing you our new app concept with the long-awaited platforms, macOS and AppleTV. Just as expected in the 21st century, it is both super-powerful and super-simple-and-friendly to use. And surely, as you expected, there is a huge update of high quality routes, both AR-enhanced and standard ones.


Teaser 1:

Teaser 2:

New Features - Highlighted Functionality

Here is a quick overview for this release. After watching, you will be ready to go and download. :)


For those who did not go immediately and download, but want to learn more, let’s take a look at the new features and details.




A few words need to be said about the approach. With the design of the new app, our team wanted to get rid of all the annoying issues with the old, past interface, and take into account feedback accumulated over the years from our users, partners and community.  So, the #1 priority for the new app was SIM-PLI-CI-TY - while the basic concept and underlying technology did not change on both Augmented and Virtual Routes - everything is still about the rides at your favorite locations, iconic cycling places or next race.


*This a start screen. In the future, the fourth plate in the middle right part will show up, demonstrating your last activities and results.

From the start screen, you are just 1 Click away from:

  • Starting a ride
  • Choosing a Route
  • Joining a Challenge or Race (Time Trial)
  • Connecting your sensors or trainer unit
  • Accessing main settings

*New Route Gallery View, all interactive

This is what the brand-new app concept aims for and does provide:  the utmost simplicity and immersiveness. A high level of immersiveness is achieved with the improved FULL HD video quality for existing apps and QHD availability in the new app. And the next point is just about that.



The video resolutions of 540p, 720p, 1080p are available now for online streaming, and 1440p (QHD 2560 × 1440 pixels) only for downloaded routes.


The current release ends the public beta period for our augmented reality/routes (AR) as a feature.  The new app enhances Augmented Routes 2.0 - completely auto-smoothed elevation profile with a top-level, realistic immersive feel and much better video quality - 1440p with the super high bitrate -> comparable to 4K. Extended description and details are here.

Streaming 4K is very challenging for both the server side and user’s network infrastructure, but one day it will be there. With the available QHD, we are just one ladder step closer to that goal.



Basically, this feature allows you to simulate any race...Yes, any race from the past or any race still to take place in the future. No more 1-3 rider limitations! Do you want to ride in a crowded peloton? Just click as many times as the number of riders you want to see on that course and...voila!


Any ride and record can be visualized and replayed, based on on the real second-by-second historic ride data. If you don’t like to be compared to others, you can switch to a comparison of yesterday’s you and your own best efforts. Just put your nickname in the search window, and choose only your records from the past. Yep, welcome to the Matrix! You are in a race with a dozen “you’s” all around. Don’t fail that one - your own projections are watching you! ;) No, it is not a fairy tale and you are not a magician, but it works just like that.



Nothing changes. You will see any riders in real-time if they are on the same AR course at the same time as you. To ride together, bring your friends online or find riding partners in the Rouvy Athletes group.   

A little spoiler here:  official group rides for different time zones are planned for the upcoming winter. 



Avatars now have the option to be modified with the possibility of changing their jersey, apparel color and skin color.


Both male and female 3D models were improved. Once you test and check them out, let us know if you like them.



The connection process has been automated to the highest possibility that the hardware allows at the moment.   

With a click on “Connect Trainer,”  the app will scan the available sensors in the vicinity, (without browsing any long unfolding equipment lists) and all you need to do is CLICK to confirm the chosen sensor. Yeah - that is it!



Following our tradition, a part of every big release is new exciting roads to explore.


This time, we ride some UK Classics in Scotland and the UK. Find the full overview of the new released routes in this blog post.



Yes, you read it correctly. No charge for the Mac and Apple TV app while it stays in public beta. Once the public beta period is over (expect at least a couple of months), the app will charge according to our present pricing plans. (Make sure to go over the beta limitations marked at the end of the post.)


DOWNLOAD places: 


Find and download Rouvy AR here for Mac, or Appstore for Apple TV.



We plan to release new features in the next few months for all other platforms (Win, iOS, Android) as well.

With that, keep pedaling and enjoy your rides and training on Mac and Apple TV!




January 22, 2020: ROUVY AR is released into beta for Windows and iOS. Android is coming soon as well. 

P.S. Read carefully the following limitations


Apple TV’s technology-related, specific limitations:


  • only Bluetooth (for connection of any specific ANT+ device to Apple TV, you can buy an ANT+->BLE adapter)
  • max 2 connected devices
  • if you are a new user, you have to create a Rouvy account via website
    (not possible in Apple TV)


Public Beta App Limitations:


Before contacting our help desk with anything related to the new app for Mac and Apple TV,   please go through the full list of public beta limitations



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  • ftfay - 04.01.2021
    Any timing on getting non video Workouts into the AR app? And the ability to calibrate the trainer? (mine a powerbeam pro). There's still a pretty big delta between the original app and the new AR one.
    • yuriy888 - 04.01.2021
      Agree with the difference but no exact timing for the merge yet, just stay tuned for the updates. We would recommend acquiring a newer middle range direct drive trainer for a much better enjoyable experience. Once you get it, you will be able to sell your old CPBP. Cheers.
  • wisine - 17.12.2020
    Rouvy please help!
    I have attempted to connect to my iMac OS 13; but the iMac is outdated.
    I have attempted to use Apple TV with my HDMI TV; but my TV is 2 yeas too old for Bluetooth 4th G.
    Now, I am willing to buy anything with a big screen to go from scratch to watch my rides, what would you recommend? With the lowest budget of course. Thank You!
    • yuriy888 - 17.12.2020
      You are welcome to ask this question in ROUVY Athletes group on Facebook, because generally, it is tough for us to give this sort of recommendations on any consumer electronics. Thanks for understanding.
  • Purplefizzy - 28.11.2020
    Will my Apple Watch work with Rouvy for its heart rate monitor?
    • yuriy888 - 30.11.2020
      Pls contact to check your setup, cheers.
  • thomasd13 - 23.11.2020
    Is it possible to do my workouts in Rouvy Ar instead of Rouvy Workouts? Like in Swift, riding with others but just at a certain power level.
    It's so boring to do a 2 hour workout in Rouvy Workouts, instead of discovering new routes in AR.
    Regards, Thomas
    • yuriy888 - 24.11.2020
      No, not possible at the moment. Porting of the functionality is in the works. Use Workouts app to ride workouts. However, you can try to report power to AR if you get your workout and trainer controlled by the cycling computer for instance.
  • agentshell007 - 30.09.2020
    Does Rouvy work with the Firestick? Want to try as I've been a Zwifter but need a way to stream to my TV
    • yuriy888 - 30.09.2020
      Probably yes, but better to check with the support desk at for the setup recommendations. Thanks.
    • johnbeevers - 30.09.2020
      I mirror an android tablet to a monitor using Chromecast so I would think that Firestick would work the same way.
  • M.Brashear - 27.09.2020
    Would love to see a companion Apple Watch app that would allow me to use my Apple Watch to record HR. Anything like this in the pipeline?
    • yuriy888 - 30.09.2020
      Pls contact the help desk to check your device and setup. Cheers.


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