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Slopes app review: acts as a snowboarder’s and skier's companion tool 2021



While we may not be thinking about winter sports in the thick of summer, before we know it winter will be back upon us, and with that said we've got a really cool skiing app to check out.

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Slopes can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone to track all the time you spend on the slopes and your stats. It doesn’t matter if you just get out from time to time or on a more regular basis; this iPhone skiing app can be fun and very telling to use.

For more information on this good iPhone skiing app, check out our Slopes app review below.

Slopes: Ski & Snowboard


An In-Depth Look at Your Stats

What this app allows you to do is essentially record your day spent on the slopes so when you finish up you can go back and look at it. This mean as you can view your runs in interactive 3D mode that shows your path, speed, and vertical.

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As you play it back you'll see your run in virtual mode right down the whole mountain. Also you can view the vertical climb mapped out right before your eyes that happened. It’s a very cool and interactive way to look back on your day. The app also features a number of other tools to enhance your experience.

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Additional Features

So what else can you expect to find in this app? Well you can view your stats for the day such as your top distance, vertical, and speed, you can save your stats with photos and notes, and even though you may be recording your runs all day the app is "battery friendly" as the developer states.

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There is no need to have reception in order for this app to work, which is especially important once you start checking out some of the more remote runs. The app tracks your records based on the resort too, so as you look back you can see how your stats differ from resort to resort.

Additional features include being able to import data from GPX files, export to Google Earth so you can see your runs on a 3D map overlay, and you can share your statistics from your day on a 3D map posted on Twitter and Facebook.

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Slopes: Ski & Snowboard


Pros and Cons


  • Provides you with insight regarding your day on the slopes
  • Stats are tracked by resort
  • View your run played back on an interactive 3D map
  • Share your stats on Facebook and Twitter
  • The ability to import data from GPX files
  • There is no need for reception for the app to work


  • It would be nice if even more tools were added allowing you to track more details

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Final Words

The Slopes app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone to track all kinds of cool details regarding your day on the slopes.

Slopes: Ski & Snowboard

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