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Not Affiliated with Apple

Tillt competitions are not sponsored or affiliated with Apple in any way.

The Tillt App Terms & Conditions govern your use of Tillt. We reserve the right to suspend or terminate any account that violates these rules. 


  1. Create a competition or accept an invite.

  2. Complete the competition by performing the specified workout before the agreed upon End Day.

  3. The competitor who completes the specified workout with a faster time wins the competition.

  4. Losing competitors decide whether to pay the winner the reward amount.

Who Can Use Tillt, and Where

  • Competitors must be at least the age of majority in their state to use Tillt. 

  • Competitors may use Tillt in any U.S. state except Arkansas, Delaware, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

  • Competitors may not compete on operating roads or in other hazardous environments.

Accounts and In-App Conduct

Competitor profiles show a user’s Beats Per Mile (BPM), Average Pace Per Mile (AP) and Steps Per Mile (SPM), as well as age.


New competitors enter an estimated average pace, which will be replaced with data from Tillt once they complete their first competition.


  • Competitors may not misrepresent themselves or their attributes. 

  • Competitors must use good faith in providing an estimated pace upon sign up. 

  • Competitors may not attempt to alter any Tillt competition results or metrics manually.

Entering Competitions & Competing

Currently, all competitions are running competitions. Competitors can send challenges to others or accept incoming challenges.


Competitors can find challengers by searching by name or username on the Find Challengers page or while creating a competition. Competitors may also use the “recommended challengers” feature to find challengers within a certain average pace range.

Entering a competition

  • Once a competitor joins a competition, they may not leave it.

  • Competitors may not enter competitions that they do not intend to compete in. 

  • The “Amount” represents the total amount that a losing competitor may pay the winner(s) at the end of a competition if that losing competitor believes the competition was fair and wants to reward the winner(s) with a voluntary payment.

  • The “End Day” is the day that the competition expires. Competitions expire at 11:59 PM PST on the “End Day”. 

  • Once a competition is created, it cannot be altered. Competitions can only be deleted if no competitors (except for the competition creator) have joined the competition.

  • Competitors may propose to give themselves or another competitor a "Headstart" via a handicap. 

    • Example: Competitor A may give Competitor B a Headstart of 30 seconds per mile. In a three-mile competition, Competitor A would need to run over 1 minute and 30 seconds faster than Competitor B to win.


  • Competitors may use Apple Watch or iPhone to record their competition.

  • A competitor must run, jog, or walk the entire distance of a given competition. (Bikes, cars, scooters, roller blades, etc. are not permitted). 

  • A competitor may not allow any other person to compete in their place. 

  • A competition ends once all competitors have completed the competition, all competitors have quit the competition, or the competition has expired.

Competition Results & Payment

Once a competition has ended, all competitors will be able to see the competition results.


Losing competitors will be informed of the winner’s Pace Per Mile, Steps Per Mile, and Beats Per Mile for the competition, compared with their historical averages.


Losing competitors will also decide whether or not to pay the winner once they see the results of the competition. Tillt collects and provides Venmo and CashApp handles to improve ease of payment between competitors, although any payment method is acceptable. Payments occur outside of the App.


Once a losing competitor has indicated their payment decision, the winner may confirm the loser’s reported decision.

Competition Results

  • The winner(s) of the competition are those who recorded the lowest time to completion. 

    • NOTE: Lowest time to completion may affected if the competitors include a handicap.

  • There may be a winner even when the seconds display a tie, because time is measured to the tenth of a second.

  • If there are multiple winners due to a tie, the amount that a losing competitor may pay is split evenly amongst the winners.

  • If there is a tie in a one-on-one competition, neither competitor is a winner. 

  • If a competitor quits the competition or does not complete the competition before it expires, they will automatically lose the competition. 

  • Competitors may not misrepresent their competition activity or results. 


  • A loser of a competition may pay the winner(s) of a competition but is not required to do so. Purported payment history is retained in the competitor profile as an indicator of how often a competitor decides to pay winners.

  • Competitors must not misrepresent their payment decisions and be honest in their acknowledgement of other competitor’s payment decisions.

  • Winner(s) may choose to close the competition, thus disabling the loser(s) to make further payment decisions, at their discretion.

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