Trace Snow Ski Snowboard Track
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Smooth and attractive design
- Great social integration
- Monitor lots of ski factors
- Optimized for video
- No photo option
- Bit of a battery drain
+ By AlpineReplay
A smooth tracker for recording your runs: made by skiers for skiers
Trace Snow (formerly AlpineReplay) is a premiere ski and snowboard tracking app, made by skiers and snowboarders for skiers and snowboarders.
With a very smooth and attractive design, it allows you to track and improve your runs by measuring speed, airtime, distance, vertical, calories, and more.
With your very own profile, you can check into ski resorts, find other snow enthusiasts and pit yourself against the global leader board, as well as video and share the action.
Trace Snow has an incredibly attractive design, and runs very smoothly indeed. From the quick menu options you can start a new run, shoot a new video, check your profile, the daily feed and leaderboards in just a couple of taps.
The app has the social thing totally down: through your profile, you can view all of your sessions, view and follow others and search for and invite friends to compare your runs.
The app features a huge catalogue of resorts, which you can search for or browse via map view. There you can get loads of info on facilities, as well as which users are there. Using the app at certain sponsored resorts earns you special medals too.
A premium subscription to Trace Snow ($4.99/month, $38.99/year) gets you enhanced leaderboard filtering, video shooting with on-screen stats, angle of descent stats and exclusive badges.
It would be great if there were a feature just for taking photos.
The app can be a bit of a battery drainer too- but in the settings, you can set a battery level at which you stop the app collecting data. This may be great for your battery, but crummy if you battery dropped mid-run and you missed recording vital data.
Trace Snow (formerly AlpineReplay) allows you to track your day on the mountain by measuring speed, airtime, distance, vertical, Calories, and more. Made by skiers and snowboarders for skiers and snowboarders. We separate your runs, tell you which chair lifts you've taken, clock your time on the chairlift and much more. Get a basic set of stats right on the slope or log in on AlpineReplay.com to see your progress over the season, compare with friends, push your stats to Facebook, and Replay your runs in 3D.
With Trace Snow (formerly AlpineReplay) you can measure:
★ 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!
+ Fixed crashing bug on visit page
+ Fixed bug in reporting altitude and max speed while recording
+ Fixed crashing bug
+ Fixed jump detection issues
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Jayne Deacon.
Unintuitive and buggy. Don't waste your time installing it.
If it was my first ski/snowboard tracking app I would say it is good. I used skitracker on old windows phone and it offered a lot more features. It was also free. I'll say that it is too primitive for me.
Not sure what happened to this app, I liked it on my iPhone but on my new android, it doesn't work the same. The links I post on Facebook don't even work when people click on them. Can you guys fix that??
The app is gray when it works. But on a 5day trip it failed to record 2 of the days. While on the slopes it showed it was recording but when I went to upload the stats it failed and could not be recovered.
The app keeps getting rid of my runs when I try to upload them. I contacted support nearly a month ago and they've never gotten back to me. Luckily I use Ski tracks at the same time or runs would be gone.
Great application for tracking lifts and slopes separately.
App works good. Runs tie in with map good. Seems to drop end of day, though might be battery level, cause it's ALWAYS ON. Probably have to uninstall to keep it from running. Hard to get to stats, have to go in through profile? Weird. Seems if it can detect that you have moved only a few feet in a few minutes (breaks, lunch), it could pause or under sample. Dunno. Don't write apps...