Trace Snow - Ski + Snowboard Tracker
By AlpineReplay, Inc.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Trace Snow is the premier ski and snowboard tracking app and is ranked as the #1 winter sports app by Men's Health magazine. Trace Snow is the most used and highest rated app in the world--our users log more than 2 billion feet of vertical a month!
Track your day on the mountain with Trace Snow by measuring speed, distance, vertical, Calories and more. Made by skiers and snowboarders for skiers and snowboarders. We automatically separate your runs, tell you which chair lifts you've taken, clock your time on the chairlift and much more!
With Trace Snow, you can measure:
º Much more!
Trace Snow is also the official app , Steamboat, Winter Park Resort, Mt. Tremblant, Snowshoe, Stratton, Blue Mountain, China Peak, Mont-Sainte-Anne, Stoneham, and Canaan for the 2014/15 season. Use Trace Snow at these mountains to earn special medals, be notified of upcoming events, and much more!
This app is compatible with the iPhone 3Gs or higher running iOS 5.1 or higher. A wireless or data connection and a free AlpineReplay account are required to use this app. AlpineReplay Video is only available for iPhone 4 and higher.
Please note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Trace Snow is the same app as AlpineReplay. Only the name and logo have changed. The core functionality continues to be the same and free.
What's New in Version 5.6.0
+ UI Improvements
+ Improved Trace syncing
+ Bug Fixes
I really like this app and use it every time I ski. It is a very smart app, and by just turning it on and off you end up with all your ski trips arranged by resort and full of stats--both for the trip itself but also by month and season. Also fun to see if you can get on the day's leaderboard around the world. If you're wondering how that guy at the top of the leaderboard actually got 35k more vertical than you, you can tap on his stats for the day and marvel. However, the social function and interaction isn't done quite so much or isn't a very integral part of the app. Or that could just be for me--maybe the capability is really robust. (And I'm thinking, by way of comparison, of an app like Strava, where the social element is very important.)
My one problem with Trace is that it's super finicky about adding pictures to a session. There seems to be no rhyme or reason for when it works and doesn't, and I don't think you can add a picture after uploading a trip.
Fun App with some serious data
Great insight to my mountain experience with the visual mapping of the day's activity and competitive statistics. Very helpful in finding perspective to the mountain and knowing where you've been. I'm sure the App will just keep getting better. There is even technical support on the other end of the phone if needed, they were very helpful. Thanks for the fun app!!!
You should update the names of ski areas
It is a good app although it says my work summit ski area is ski bowl on MT. Hood not summit ski area
- Category: Sports
- Updated: Mar 09, 2017
- Version: 5.6.0
- Size: 90.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: AlpineReplay, Inc.
- © AlpineReplay, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.