- #: 200430
- Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
- Category: Sports
- Updated: 2010-04-06
- Current Version: 1.2
- Size: 0.30 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Sergey Petrov
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
- © Sergey Petrov, Andrey Morozov
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This application will rate your skiing/riding skills, track your runs, show your progress. It will monitor your speed, acceleration and air time. You can see your actual ski time and total distance. Based on accelerometer measurements it gives you…..
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
I got this to track my runs and how fast I go. I could care less about the turn rating, I know my carving is awesome. It would be cool to see what my max g-forces achieved were. Only cons are that it exits the app if someone calls or texts you (that's probably an apple thing) and it does run down your battery. I recommend dimming your screen while it's running. I'd like to turn off the turn tracking and be able to screen lock my phone. All in all it's totally awesome and it's FREE
Dandy Manderson write:
I've been looking for an app for this for a long time! I love how I'm able to measure my TAIs! Thank you for this killer app!
This app is astonishing and very useful!
Syclone Josh write:
SnowEdge turns your iPhone into a totally awesome pocket ski run recorder and analyzer!
You run this app, put it in your warm pocket, and just ski!
It's incredible to see your rating of how fast you went, how well you turned, and how long your jumps got airtime. You also get an awesome speed/gForce graph of each run.
I had so much fun trying to go faster and set a new top speed or to turn better and earn a better rating. The app keeps a beautiful list of previous runs to quickly compare at a glance
This app is a revolution for skiers with iPhones!
Every skier needs to try this and see what their rating is. Just dont fall on your iPhone!!!
Ps: my fully charged iPhone4 used 40% of it's battery over 4 hours of SnowEdge tracking with all features enabled. Not bad at all. But put a paper towel in your pocket to try and keep your iPhone as dry as possible...
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