You can now explore all the Workouts and Workout Collections available in Zwift from the Zwift Companion App. Select a particular workout to see its details, including difficulty, length, intervals (customized based on your FTP), written description, and more. Here are some screenshots:
The new workout browser actually has a feature you won’t find in game: the ability to sort workouts by duration, effort, or name.
Here’s a quick video walkthrough:
iOS 15+ Required
Time marches on, and so does tech. Starting with this release, Zwift Companion on iPhone will require iOS 15 or newer. Zwift says Companion version 3.53 will continue to function, but will be the last version compatible with iOS 13 or 14, and Zwifters on iOS 13 or 14 may not see feature updates.
FYI: The iPhone 6s and newer models can be updated to iOS 15. See this forum thread for details
Zwift supplied the following additional notes in yesterday’s release:
- Removed Today’s Plan logo from the Save Activity screen, which removes the functionality to save activities to your Today’s Plan account. On February 15, Zwift will no longer support syncing workouts from Today’s Plan. See this post for more information.
- Fixed an issue that prevented showing all Bluetooth devices from the paired device dialog.
- Fixed an issue where the workout dashboard presents an error when not performing a workout.
- Fixed an issue to prevent the “Keep Together” setting from appearing as part of group workout settings.
- Updated the “Keep Together” toggle behavior and added improved messaging for Club events.
- Fixed an issue where campaign progress on the Home Screen was not showing completion correctly.
- Updated “hardware” event filter to now include steering-only events.
- Fixed an issue where Zwifters with deleted accounts would show incorrect values on race results.
- Added the ability to see other users’ pace group category on their profile if their privacy setting allows it.
- Fixed an issue that impacted bridging performance if the user recently performed a firmware update for Zwift hardware.
- Improved “Find Zwifter” search to return better results when searching by first and last name.
- Fixed an issue where Zwift Play disconnects would generate repeated error messages.
- Fixed an issue on the Zwift Hardware screen where error dialog would persist if the Bluetooth was disabled during a firmware update.
- Improved color contrast on “Zone 3” workout blocks
- Fixed an issue where the player pin unexpectedly spins on the minimap.
- Fixed an issue where tied race results would lead to incorrect data in the results page.
- Fixed an issue where event restriction icons could have the wrong size.
- Fixed an issue where the pace group category would show incorrect as ‘A’ for Zwifters without power data.
- Updated calendar permissions to work with EKEventStore and iOS 17.
Questions or Comments?
Got questions or comments? Post them below (unless you’re hoping for a direct response from a Zwift employee – it’s better to post on Zwift’s official forum thread for this update in that case.)