The Stages Power meter is compatible with an ever growing list of fitness apps that support power data recording and analysis. Most of these apps utilize the Stages Power meter's Bluetooth 4.0 connection by pairing with your phone, but additional compatibility is available using the ANT+ connection (using internal ANT+ antennas in your device or an ANT+ adapter). We have compiled a list of some of the current apps on the market that are available to use alongside your Stages Power meter.


For all apps, connectivity may vary from one device to the next and it may be necessary to experiment with placing the phone in a different location to optimize the connection and avoid dropped data between the power meter and your device.


Shortcuts:

Android Apps

iOS Apps

Apps for tracking training data


Android Apps


Hardware and operating system requirements: Please see app descriptions for specific requirements and device compatibility. App instructions are based on a device that includes Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ hardware internally.


A Training Tracker (ANT+)

Home screen > ANT+ Pairing >  bike power > Select Device: <ANT+ ID from your power meter> > Check box
Note: Can use Bluetooth to pair to other sensors, but does not have Bluetooth power support


Cateye Cycling (Bluetooth 4.0)

From the home screen, click the menu logo on the top left of the screen > Device > Device Pairing > Activate crank by rotating and wait for prompt: New Device Detected stages_power_meter > Pairing


Power sensor should then be paired and listed as POW-A1 (additional power sensors will be added as POW-A2, POW-A3, etc)


CycleBikeplus gpx Navigation (ANT+)

From the home screen, touch the device's menu button, then select Settings > ANT+ Settings > ANT+ Devices > ANT+ Power Sensor > ANT+ Plugins Services: ID <ANT+ ID from your power meter> > Type in name for your power meter to identify it > Save


IpBike (ANT+, Bluetooth 4.0 in Beta)

Requires installation of "IpSensorMan", follow on screen prompts to install this device manager. From the home screen of IpBike, select Sensors > IpSenseMan: Start Service > Search > Select power meter, then type a name for the sensor


RideWithGPS (Bluetooth 4.0)

From the home screen, touch the top left corner of the app to get to the menu > Settings > App Settings > Check "Enable Bluetooth" > Set up Bluetooth Devices > "+" symbol > Select stages_power_meter


Strava (Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+)

On the record ride screen, select the settings icon (top left) > Sensors > Search will begin automatically > Use the (+) icon to add the power meter once it has been discovered by the app
If your device has ANT+ built in, it will show the power meter under ANT+ and Bluetooth and only needs to be added once. Once sensors have been paired, the # of active sensors will be displayed on the sensor (triangle) icon from the record ride screen and the sensor menu can be accessed from this icon. 


Selfloops (ANT+)

From the home screen select Sensors > Power sensor and wait for it to display "Connected"

SPH Cycling
(Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+)

Requires subscription to use sensors and power meter

Menu > Settings > Power Sensor


Wahoo Fitness (Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+)

From the home screen, touch the icon in the top right corner > "+" symbol > Select "Stages Power" from the Device discovery list > Save Device > Select "Cycling" (and Indoor cycling if applicable) from the "Use with workouts" list > OK


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iOS Apps


Hardware and operating system requirements: iPhone 4S and newer required to support Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+ adapter required for ANT+ compatibility on all iOS devices


Cateye Cycling (Bluetooth 4.0)

From the home screen, click the menu logo on the top left of the screen > Device > Device Pairing > Activate crank by rotating and wait for prompt: New Device Detected stages_power_meter > Pairing
Power sensor should then be paired and listed as POW-A1 (additional power sensors will be added as POW-A2, POW-A3, etc)


Cyclemeter (Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+)

From the home screen, touch the "More" at the bottom of the screen > Select Devices > Add Device > Bluetooth or ANT+ (ANT+ adapter required) > Select sensor type "Bike Power" to begin scanning for the sensor


RideWithGPS (Bluetooth 4.0)

From the home screen, touch the menu button in the top left corner > Settings > App Settings > Bluetooth: Enable Bluetooth (toggle on) > Bluetooth: Set up Bluetooth devices > Select stages_power_meter > Select Power & Cadence > Save


Strava (Bluetooth 4.0)

From the ride screen, select the settings icon (top left) > External Sensors > Toggle Bluetooth Sensors > Toggle Power > Use the (+) icon to add the power meter once it has been discovered by the app
Once sensors have been paired, the # of active sensors will be displayed on the sensor (triangle) icon from the record ride screen and the sensor menu can be accessed from this icon. 


Wahoo Fitness  (Bluetooth 4.0, ANT+)

From the app home screen, touch the "Sensors" icon in the lower left corner > + Add New Sensor > Select Stages Power > Save Sensor


Garmin Fit (ANT+)

iBiker (ANT+)

Kinomap Trainer (ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0, for indoor riding)

Turbo Trainer (ANT+)


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Apps for tracking training data

Training Peaks - iOS Link / Android Link


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App questions or suggestions?

For additional questions or suggestions, please submit a support ticket with Stages Cycling or Stages Cycling Europe



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