Track your edge and relive your best days with Slopes. Whether you're at a local resort or deep in the Alps, Slopes gives you all the bragging rights you need about your days hunting fresh powder. Track speed, vertical, distance, lift vs trail time, and more, all while going easy on your phone's battery.
Featured by Apple, SlashGear, Wearable, Engadget, and more. Here's why:
• Runs and lifts are automatically detected as you ride
• Battery friendly - ride hard and record all day
• Recording works deep in the backcountry without an internet connection
• Live stats on your phone and your Watch
The Best Recaps
• Unique timeline view of your day with interactive map
• Stat breakdowns for each run and lift you took
• Replay your runs in 3D with speed heat maps
• Track your season totals and lifetime vertical
• Attach photos and notes to your activities
• Integrates with Apple's Health app to report workouts and calories burned
• With iOS10+ and watchOS 3+, get Activity Ring credit at the end of your day
Show Off Your Activities
• Show off by sharing your day's stats on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using customizable images
• Export your day's activities to Google Earth and other apps back on your computer
Import Old Activities
• Import past activities from GPX files, KMZ files, or other tracker apps
• Use iTunes File Sharing to bring in multiple activities all at once
Upgrade with a Slopes Pass and know everything about your days:
• Unlimited run and lift stat breakdowns
• Premium terrain and satellite maps on the run and lift breakdowns
• Live run-by-run breakdown of stats while recording
• Automatic lift naming at supported resorts (more every week!)
• Single-use, "Trip Pass" (one week), and Season Pass subscription (one year) options available.
If you purchase a Season Pass, payment will be charged to your iTunes account. Renewals will be charged 24 hours prior to the end of your current Season Pass. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time in your iTunes Store settings. The current price for the Season Pass is $19.99USD per year and may vary from country to country.
Terms of Service: https://getslopes.com/terms.html
Note: GPS is required so iPads and iPods will not be able to use Slopes. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Other factors such as the phone's temperature, battery health, and other apps running in the background can also affect battery performance. All-day battery life was tested on an iPhone 5.
- Those of you with hundreds of days recorded know how hard it can be to go through your history to find that awesome trip to Breckenridge from ... when was it? 2013? 2014? You can now search by resort name to find any activity.
- Search works for activities in the backcountry, too. You can also search by city, state / province, or country to find any activity.
- A little bonus with search: those season total rows will filter distance / vertical / day count when your search. Easy to answer “how much vertical did I get on my Killington trip last year?” now.
- Sync your weight into Apple's Health App? Slopes can now pull from there automatically. You can enable this from the settings screen.
- Slopes will now automatically offer to save workouts to Apple Health, even without calorie estimates.
- Changed the colors for lifts and runs on the map view. Lifts and runs now look visually distinct (vs both red) in satellite mode, and the colors now are the same for both satellite and terrain views. Picking colors is hard, yo.
- Sped up resuming recording after Slopes had been paused for a long time.
- Improved resilience for staying alive in the background while you're tracking (in rare cases another app using GPS could pause Slopes).
- Now that Instagram supports direct sharing from other Apps, and most people have updated to that new version, I’ve removed the custom Share to Instagram hack that used to be needed. No more two-step process to share.
- Changed the lifetime vertical readout to switch to millions after you hit 1 million feet. “1mil” sounds a lot better than “1,000k” eh?
- Improved compatibility of KML/KMZ exports.
- Improved import of GPX files from Garmin Connect.
- Improved GPX export compatibility.
- Fixed some cases were the UI would stop responding after asking Slopes to merge two activities.
- Fixed a case where requests to the Slopes server could fail, but not clear out. Usually this looked like resort search not working until you quit Slopes and tried again.
- Fixed a crash on the activity trim screen. Well, two, actually.
- And, as always, lots of other littler bug fixes and UI tweaks not worth calling out.