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Zwift now available on Bluetooth-enabled Apple TVs and ups subscription price

by Dave Rome

Teased at Eurobike indoor cycling training game, Zwift, is now available for download on newer Bluetooth-enabled Apple TV devices. This marks the lowest priced platform to host Zwift yet, and also the easiest to setup on a televison.

The app for use on 4th and 5th/4K generation Apple TVs follows Zwift’s launch into Apple’s app ecosystem with iPhone and iPad made available earlier this year.

In addition to the new app, Zwift has increased its no-contract monthly subscription price to US$14.99 / £14.49 per month (previously US$10 / £8). Those already subscribed will continue to have access at the previous lower price until November 2018. A seven-day free unlimited trial is automatically offered to all new account holders.