22 de julio de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
Mai vista un'applicazione così brutta! Tre decimali per la pressione in Bar è assurdo, confonde le idee perché varia in continuazione. La grafica inesistente! Ci sarebbe spazio per mettere l'icona della bici come sull'APP di I phone.
Spero tanto in un upgrade un po' decente
22 de junio de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
Similar issues to 530 user on my 830. It works fine on my older 820, but will not connect (display pressure) on my new edge 830. Hope this can be fixed soon. At this point I’d say that the TyreWiz 1.0.5 does not work with firmware 3.2 on the 830.
19 de junio de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
"Die App wurde nicht an das Gerät gesendet, da Kommunikationsprobleme mit unseren Servern bestehen. Bitte versuchen Sie es später erneut". Kein Download seit Tagen. Auch keine reaktion auf Emails an Garmin. sondern nur die genannte Meldung.
Sensoren werden zurückgesandt, da Nutzung nicht möglich!
17 de junio de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
Fails to reconnect at start-up. Emailed Quarq support a year ago, and they just got around to answering me today. Attempting to download the latest version of the ConnectIQ app, but no matter what I do, I get version 1.0.1. The apps.garmin.com lists the current version as 1.0.5. Attempted to delete the ConnectIQ and re-download, but it still lists the version as 1.0.1.
2 de junio de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
Same issues as Ori - connection is not working on my edge 830. Random connection is useless. Please fix it.
30 de mayo de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
Thank you for adding support for newer devices but it doesn't work, I was able to get then to show up sporadically on 2 rides but there is no consistency, use to work great on my 520+, Totally useless at the moment on the 530.
23 de mayo de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
The data field as such does what it should. However, I can only second what others have said before, and these changes/additions would be great: (1) Accoustic warning when pressure drops below threshold. (2) Only one decimal place if data field is set to bar. Currently with three decimal places, the constant mid-ride changes in the last two decimal places distract too much ;-) (3) Less screen estate. Being able to use the data field in a 10 field screen layout on an Edge 1030 would be great. Thank you for listening!
16 de mayo de 2019 | Versión 1.0.5
New version and nothing new, and much to improve: The typography on a Garmin 1030 is very thin / small. - Use 3 decimals in BAR is unnecessary and occupies screen - Acoustic alarm for pressure loss in case of puncture is essential
12 de mayo de 2019 | Versión 1.0.4
Any chance we can get an update to support the new Edge 530? Upgraded from the 520plus and this is very much missed!!
Respuesta del desarrollador
15 de mayo de 2019, alanf
The latest build should support newer devices.
7 de mayo de 2019 | Versión 1.0.4
I do not know if this APP is official Quark or an amateur, but it can be improved very easily.
- The typography on a Garmin 1030 is very thin / small.
- Use 3 decimals in BAR, is unnecessary and occupies screen
- Acoustic alarm for pressure loss in case of puncture is essential
9 de octubre de 2018 | Versión 1.0.4
One issue, if you put the data field in in small box (10 fields on Edge1000), when the pressure is low or high, the bottom number is overlapping the top number.
One comment, I use bar for pressure, 3 digits behind dot is a bit much.
Would indeed be nice to get audible alarm when pressure is low (or high).
28 de septiembre de 2018 | Versión 1.0.4
Does what it should. No problems with battery life (using Edge 1030). A good improvement would be an acoustic alarm with message (like sharp bend warning), when the pressure falls below or increases above defined bounderies. This would be a big step for safety, when the field is not on the main screen.
25 de agosto de 2018 | Versión 1.0.3
Seems like the app needs a lot of work and further development. But most significantly is the need to ensure the app doesn't completely suck the battery life from the Garmin (Edge 520); it'd be furthermore awesome if the introduction of the IQ app didn't periodically freeze the functionality of the Garmin, ever. Back to the drawing board please—couldn't the TyreWiz sensors simply be recognized as a regular bluetooth sensor by the Garmin?