When you download Fiit to your phone or iPad, you can take classes with world-class trainers wherever you are. But for the ultimate experience, we recommend connecting to your TV or laptop.

Fiit the web app- Simply head to https://web.fiit.tv/, login and get access to our workouts from your laptop or desktop computer.

For more info see 'About Fiit- the web app'

Please note, this is a Beta app, we are working to improve the whole experience and value any feedback you may have! Let us know here.

Fiit the TV app- If you have Sky (UK & Ireland), Samsung TV (UK & Ireland), Xfinity (USA only), or Amazon Fire TV, you can log in to Fiit and take classes straight from your TV.

For more info see 'About Fiit- the TV app'

You can also connect your phone directly to a TV, there are a few ways you can do this:

1. USB cable
The latest smart TVs with USB ports and phones with USB should support mirroring with a cable. Try plugging your phone in with a USB cable.

2. iPhone HDMI cable
You can mirror your iOS device to your TV using an iPhone HDMI cable (the cable must have lightning, USB and HDMI components). These are available from Amazon and other online retailers starting from £18 or you can use an Apple Lightning Digital AV Adapter.

3. AppleTV

To cast to your Apple TV:

  • Make sure the phone and the AppleTv are on the same wifi network

  • Start a workout

  • Tap the screen and pause the video

  • Tap the casting icon in the top right corner

  • Select Apple TV

The video will appear on your AppleTV. You won't see your stats on the TV but they'll be shown on your mobile device.

4. LG Smart TV (2019 or newer)
Mirror your screen using Airplay — read more.

5. Chromecast
Chromecast isn’t integrated with Fiit but you can use a third party app, such as Streamer for Chromecast, to cast your phone screen to your TV — read more. The screen will stay on the mobile view, so you’ll need to manually change the view in Settings (cog in top left corner of Chrome).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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