Equilab: Horse Riding App

Equilab: Horse Riding App

By Equestrian Insights AB

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2016-07-21
  • Current Version: 5.240222.5182
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 138.64 MB
  • Developer: Equestrian Insights AB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.83471
4.83471
From 4,229 Ratings

Description

Equilab is the world’s leading app for equestrians. It lets you track the distance, speed, gaits, and turns of your ride - all using your smartphone (and/or Apple Watch). Plus, it keeps you safe while riding alone by letting family and friends track your live location- so that they always know where you are. Download the app to join the world’s largest equestrian community, with over one million users! With Equilab, you can effortlessly track your training sessions just by taking your iPhone and/or Apple Watch with you when you ride. Our advanced gait analysis technology provides insights so that you and your horse(s) can continue to grow. (Equilab's Premium subscription allows users to track rides with just their standalone Apple Watch.) For those who ride alone and/or out in nature, Equilab helps you stay safe. By adding a safety contact in the app, you can ensure that your family and friends can always see where you are. They will also receive an alert if you stop moving so that they can help. You wouldn’t go riding without your helmet, and Safety Tracking will help you stay even safer. You can use Equilab to: 1. Track every ride — use your phone or compatible Apple Watch when you ride to analyze your gait, distance, time, and more. 2. Stay safe — enable family and friends to track your location while riding so that they always know where you are. (Premium feature) 3. Get motivated — ride more to complete Challenges and earn achievements that help you and your friends grow as equestrians. 4. Celebrate progress — show off your growth as an equestrian and celebrate your friends as they grow, too. 5. Connect with other equestrians — chat with riders in your community or across the world to share rides, photos, and more. 6. Organize your life — plan your routines and coordinate trainers, vets, or co-riders with Equilab's shared calendars and groups. 7. Monitor your health — Equilab integrates with Apple’s HealthKit so that you can understand how your training impacts your fitness. Equilab also helps simplify your equestrian life. Easily join groups and connect with friends, trainers, vets, farriers, and more to share rides, schedules, and other important information. As the largest community of equestrians in the world, Equilab makes coordinating with others easy. Our app is used by equestrians of all levels, from Olympic riders to weekend hobby riders. They ride and train in over 50 countries across 6 continents. We empower all riders - so no matter your level, Equilab can help you grow as an equestrian. Equilab Premium Subscription Our app offers a recurring subscription product that provides full access to safety tracking, advanced training details, weather history for your rides, a customized equestrian calendar, and more powerful features! You can purchase an Equilab Premium subscription for 1 month ($12.99), 6 months ($59.99), or 1 year ($99.99) (prices for users in the U.S.). A one-week free trial is available for all first-time users. When you subscribe to Equilab Premium, you’ll automatically be charged via your Apple account when you confirm the purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current billing period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. The user may manage subscriptions, and auto-renew may be turned off after purchase by going to the ‘Manage Subscription’ page of your Apple account (accessible your iPhone or iPad’s Settings). Any unused portion of a free trial period (if offered) will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription. Subscriptions will renew at the same cost, and Equilab will notify subscribers ahead of any pricing changes. If you decide to cancel, you will retain access to Equilab’s Premium features until the end of the final billing period. Terms and Conditions: https://equilab.horse/termsandconditions Privacy Policy: https://equilab.horse/privacypolicy

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Reviews

  • More than one horse

    4
    By ElijahSally
    I used to be able to have 2 horses listed but now they want to charge you for premium for more than one. I just use the comment section. It’d also be nice if whatever I chose last like trail riding would be saved so I didn’t have to scroll every time. Besides that it’s a good app.
  • Pretty Solid

    4
    By Leia B-R
    I love this app! I use it for building fitness for my 2 even tees and my grandmothers 2 horses. I would at least like this app to go back to how it used to be where premium has all the features it has now except the audio stats and unlimited horses. I think we should be able to add unlimited horses if we need to without being charged. But other than that I like it
  • App is good; standalone feature isn’t

    4
    By Richi TF141
    The app is really amazing on your phone but the standalone aspect to use with your watch is very disappointing. I upgraded to premium so I could use my watch without hauling around my phone only to discover that none of the features that make the app great work without your phone. For example, the watch alone isn’t able to detect gates or transitions. It only tracts time, distance, and speed I believe. I don’t think the safety features work without your phone either. I ended up downgrading back to the free version since I only upgraded so I could use it with my watch alone. I don’t see the point of offering the standalone component if it doesn’t actually give the ability to “standalone.” Overall, I really enjoy the phone app and if they are ever able to transfer all the features to the standalone aspect I would definitely upgrade again.
  • Money grab

    1
    By nicnac8892
    I love the tracking features of this app, but it really makes me angry that they have started blocking access to horses that are already registered in the free version. I currently have 3 horses that I could switch between and now it won’t let me track or access data for the 3rd horse without signing up for the premium version. That is such a sketch way to try to force people to pay money for your app. Just be upfront from the beginning that only a limited number of horses can be tracked with the free version. Don’t let people register and track multiple then suddenly restrict access behind a paywall. This honestly makes me much less likely to pay for you app. I may just delete and find another tracker.
  • Great at first…

    2
    By Toria Renee
    I loved it at first, but there’s a bug where when I quit the ride on the app on my phone, my Apple Watch refuses to quit the ride and it drains my watch battery really fast, so I had to delete the app.
  • Amazing won’t let me in

    4
    By pinkbunny1001
    Love the app works amazingly but it won’t let me in the app sometimes
  • Hi

    4
    By joeyoowebhdtrheg
    It’s a really good app but I do have 1 request I wish we could add more then 1 horse for free because for some people who have more then 1 it’s icoveintent and Who can’t buy the trial if the developers see this thank you for reading it
  • Omg I love this app!

    5
    By 🐎🐴🐎🦄🐎
    I LOVE THIS!! Whenever I ride, I can track it, see how much I’m walking, trotting, cantering, etc. I can see how fast I’m going, and use it to time my warmup!!! I don’t know how it could be better!
  • Disappointed. Expected More

    1
    By Breezeforspeed
    Used it for the first time today. Trail rode 4h 47m. Distance it recorded I traveled and that it mapped? 1.3 miles. Had signal the entire trail, so why did it not record and map the entire trail?
  • Brooks reasonable post

    5
    By great every day exercise
    I think track your ride is very responsible for you and your horse, but not only you not only your horse. It’s good for you and your horse because you’re a horse, and you can relate to exercising different ways and changing ways to ride.

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