Record then show off your days skiing and snowboarding.
Apple Watch support coming early 2015
Current version: 1.4.2
January 15, 2015
Replay your runs in 3d (including speed heatmaps) right on your phone. It's an awesome new way to check out what your speeds and verticals looked like.
It's easy to see what trail you were on when you nailed that top speed, especially since Slopes rotates the maps so uphill is "up" like resorts do with their own trail maps.
You don’t have to wait until you’re home to check out your stats. Slopes has a today widget making your latest top speed just a swipe away.
Even better, live stats are also on your wrist if you have a Pebble smart watch.
Just hit record and put your phone in your pocket. Slopes automatically detects lifts and runs without you having to do anything.
And don't worry, Slopes is easy on the battery, so you can ride all day and Slopes will capture it all.
Slopes uses the M7 motion processor in the iPhone 5S and newer to improve detection of sudden stops.
Slopes exports to KMZ and GPX. Use Google Earth back on your computer to visualize your day.
Slopes imports GPX files from stand-alone GPS recorders and files from the app Ski Tracks.
Slopes knows of over 2,500 resorts worldwide and will automatically tag your activities at them.
You can track your calories burned and save the data to Apple’s Healthkit for other apps to see.
Riding isn’t just about the stats! Save photos you took and add notes to each day you record.