Although we haven’t seen an official announcement yet from Zwift, it appears they have taken their Android version out of free beta as of last weekend.
As of a few days ago, Android users have reported being set to 25km trial mode, requiring them to pay the standard monthly fee if they continue to Zwift after their first 25km.
The universe of Android devices is astronomically more diverse than iOS, and many of those devices are woefully underpowered when it comes to Zwift’s intensive graphics requirements.
Since the game cannot run on all Android devices, Zwift Support has compiled a list of supported devices, breaking it into two categories: Zwift Recommended and “Runs OK”.
According to Zwift Support, Zwift runs on over 2400 Android devices. Chances are, if you can see Zwift in the Play Store, you can download and run the app.