03 Jan 2021

Version 6.2.0 on the app Store!

Auto Sync your Training Peaks or FinalSurge Training plans with the Phone and Watch app

Added Annual and Monthly Pro Subscriptions. You can enable the subscription in Settings > Upgrade
Pro subscriptions unlock the following features:

  1. Multiple number of Metrics pages on the Apple Watch.
  2. Sync of Training Plans on the device and the Apple Watch
  3. Auto Sync of training plans for TrainingPeaks Users
  4. Auto Sync of training plans for FinalSurge Users
  5. Added the 4 Stryd custom metrics (Contact time, Form power, Vertical Oscillation and Leg Stiffness) in the metrics that can be displayed real time.
  6. FIT file export to Garmin Connect with Contact time and Vertical Oscillation if it’s available. Stryd data are also passed through GC to Power Center.
  7. FIT File export through email and Dropbox. FIT file contains custom metrics of Stryd power meters (Form Power, Aero Power, Leg Stiffness)

New Features For all Users:

  • Added export to FinalSurge
  • Added export to TrainAsOne
  • iOS13-14 updates and Dark scheme
  • Added Complications
  • Added optional Music control page for the Apple Watch app
  • Added “Power” in Audio Cues (for users with power meters)
  • Added Power statistics for Intervals.
  • When a workout session recorded with the Apple Watch is transferred to the phone the “Location” field is automatically filled.
  • Auto-upload of Apple Watch recorded sessions during the first phone app load.
  • Added more Split metrics for displays. Time, Distance, Average Cadence, Average HR and Climb of the current split are now available.
  • Added Grade as an available metric.
  • Restored the capability to “Pause” the audio of podcasts. This is controlled by the “Duck/Pause” switch in Audio settings and is independent for each activity.
  • Added Support for Viiiiva (with paired ANT+ sensors) on the Apple Watch
  • Added icons for “active” sensors at the leftmost screen of the Apple Watch
  • Added AutoPause switch in Apple Watch’s leftmost screen during the activity
  • Added the option to automatically stop and save a session when the pre-programmed workout ends
  • Apple Watch workouts with a duration of less than 2 mins can be deleted from the watch when you stop them.
  • Don’t connect to a nearby Stryd power meter when in cycling mode
  • Many Bug Fixes.
If you have already authenticated the app with Training Peaks after you prurchased the "Pro" features, please re-authenticate the app in order to give permission to read your training plan.

Thank you for your support. If you experience any problem please contact the developer through the “Feedback” option in the app.

10 Apr 2018

Version 6.0.0 on the app Store!

Stand Alone Apple Watch app with Audio and BT Sensors connectivity

Apple Watch:

Audio support:

All audio cues supported by the Phone app are available in the watch app. The same settings apply. HR coaching, Pacing, Statistics, Intervals and workouts, all work as with the phone app.

Metronome is not yet supported due to WatchOS limitations, but we hope this will be available in a future WatchOS update.

BT Smart (Bluetooth) Sensor Support:

Footpods, Cycling sensors, Cycling power meters are supported. HRMs could be paired through apple’s interface in watch’s settings or from within the app. If a HRM is paired in the app, then the “Use HRM option” in phone app->settings->Displays->Apple Watch should be turned off.

BT Sensors Support

Stryd and Milestone Pod are supported with all their custom metrics just as with the phone app (“Contact Time”, “Vertical Oscillation”, “Form Power”, “Leg Stiffness” are supported for Stryd while “Stance Time”, “Foot Strike”, “Leg Angle”, “Rate of Impact” are supported for the MilestonePod.)

Up to two sensors can be paired at the same time with the Apple Watch.

In order to pair a sensor with the watch you have to pair it with the Phone iSR app first. Settings like “Correction factor” and “Wheel diameter” are set in the phone app.

More page configurations.

One with one large metric and two smaller, and one with four metrics per page. Please setup your watch pages again in settings->Displays->Apple Watch->Setup.

iPhone App:

Audio messages now are using Siri and not pre-recorded messages. Although I would like to keep pre-recorded messages as they are more natural than siri, I needed to keep only siri so I can extend the messages in the future. Having to record messages with a Voice artist makes things harder.

Added support for iPhone X display.

Audio messages for Italian and Dutch are added.

Average power in Split metrics is added.

Bug Fixes.###

The notorious, shoe missing mileage is fixed. Many other fixes and improvements.

With this update the Apple Watch app can be used as the primary recording device of your runs. We have been using more and more the watch as a recording device. So you can expect more development on it. Of course everything will be available on the phone app as well. But the way things are with Apple's devices the primary use case is using the watch as a recording device and the Phone as a review/communication device. There will more features on the phone regarding statistics, log view, planning, training setup, and connectivity.

Thank you for your support. If you experience any problem please contact the developer through the “Feedback” option in the app.

12 Sep 2017

Version 5.8.0 on the app Store!

Stand Alone Apple Watch iSmoothRun App###

The Apple Watch Stand Alone iSmoothRun is finally here. Leave your phone at home, run only with your watch and enjoy iSmoothRun.
The Apple Watch app can know operate in two modes, either as a display for the phone app “Watch + iPhone”, or as standalone recording device “Watch Only”. You have two customizable screens with three metrics each, on both modes.
You select the recording mode after you force touch the screen and tap “Start”.
You can also set: “Activity type” (Running, Cycling etc), “Workout” (Free or any of the custom workouts created on the phone), and the “Shoes” that you use for mileage tracking of your shoes.
During workouts that app will pop up a notification screen at the start of each interval with information about the forthcoming interval. An info screen with interval statistics will pop up at the end of the interval. These pop up screens are dismissed automatically after 15 seconds.
There is a pop up screen with statistics at every split (Mile or KM depending on user settings).
All these pop up screens/notifications will also vibrate the watch and emit a sound. You are advised to not have the watch in silent mode, as vibrations are not strong enough.
The run is transmitted to the phone and saved as soon as the watch connects to the phone and the watch iSR app becomes active.

Advanced Metrics for Stryd and Milestone pod

iSmoothRun now supports on the phone app full metrics for two new advanced footpods: Stryd and MilestonePod.
“Contact Time”, “Vertical Oscillation”, “Form Power”, “Leg Stiffness” are supported for Stryd while “Stance Time”, “Foot Strike”, “Leg Angle”, “Rate of Impact” are supported for the MilestonePod.
They can reviewed after the run in the summary page. Mean values are calculated for the complete run and for each split. You can also check them in the charts of the run by tilting the phone. Display of these metrics on the dashboard of the phone or watch during the run is not yet supported but it’s in the plans.

Bug Fixes.###

Various bug fixes and improvements of the app.

Thank you for your support. If you experience any problem please contact the developer through the “Feedback” option in the app.

29 Sep 2016

Version 5.6.0 on the app Store!

Apple Watch OS3 Update###

There is a new version on the app store that finally works with the Apple Watch. Developing for the Apple Watch during the last year has been a very frustrating experience due to Apple’s restrictions. With Watch OS3 Apple finally removed these restrictions. I am very happy to say that Apple Watch is finally usable and enjoyable.

The watch app has been updated for Watch OS3 and the app can run in the background. The display gets updated really fast (well it still needs a split second, but we can live with that), and HR values are recorded in real time. The most requested feature for the Apple watch app has been to be able to “stop and save” from the watch. This was added, so now after you pause a run you can either resume it or stop and save it. There are still some issues regarding the interval/split notifications but they will hopefully be resolved with the next updates of Watch OS.

Stand alone operation of the Apple Watch app is not yet supported but it is scheduled to be developed by the end of the year. Both GPS and treadmill modes will be supported.


Support for the forthcoming Pebble 2 has been added too. The pebble app will be updated to utilize Pebble’s HRM. Stay tuned for more information on this.

Bug Fixes.###

Various bug fixes and improvements of the app.

Thank you for your support. If you experience any problem please contact the developer through the “Feedback” option in the app.

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