Description

This is the best app to track your climbing and boulder sessions automatically. Redpoint gives you detailed overview and feedback on your ascents.

Use your Apple Watch or iPhone as a fitness tracker for bouldering and climbing. Contribute your climbing session to closing your daily rings! Workouts are stored in HealthKit and therefore visible in the Health app and Workouts app as well.

After each session you will see detailed information about your climbs: the overall height, your heart rate, duration, maximum ascent height, ascending speed, difficulty of routes, and most importantly: Redpoint will give you personalized training suggestions based on that data. How to go from V4 to V5? Or from 5.11b to 5.11c? Redpoint creates a training plan just for you to achieve your next climbing goals.

So, how does that work?
Thanks to highly advanced machine learning we are able to classify climbing movements right on Apple Watch. In addition to that we use the built-in barometer to measure the ascended altitude. You can track the difficulty of ascended routes right from the Apple Watch.

Works For:
- Bouldering
- Top Rope
- Sport Climbing
- Trad Climbing
- Multi Rope (Alpine)
- Free Solo
- Aid Climbing
- Via Ferrata
- Ice Climbing

Available Redpoint Membership Subscriptions:
There are two options available: Three-months membership and annual membership.
Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.
Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal.
Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.
Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

Privacy and Terms: https://redpoint-app.com/privacy

What’s New

Version 3.4

Multi-disciplinary climbing sessions!
Start with some light bouldering to warm up, then switch to top-rope climbing (long press or swipe to the left to switch the climbing discipline).
And then continue with sports climbing. And then back to some Boulder routes.
Apple Watch tracks it all. On your wrist.

On top of that, adding new climbing gyms:
Falesia Pizzocol (Val Concei)
Pinnacle Indoor Climbing, WE ARE OPEN. (Bowmanville)
Sputnik Climbing Center (Alcobendas)
クライミングジム マイウェイ (Fukuoka)
The Front Climbing Club - South Main (Millcreek)
Core Climbing (Carrara)
Lamp+(ランププラス愛甲石田店) (Atsugi)
The Cliffs at DUMBO (Kings County)
Pure Bouldering Gym (Colorado Springs)
Kaiser Max Klettersteig (Zirl)
Boulder World (Singapore)
La Débarque Escalade (Repentigny)
Verm City (Hong Kong)
einstein Boulderhalle Duisburg | Kindergeburtstag - Schulsport - Ferienprogramme (Duisburg)
einstein Boulderhalle Recklinghausen | Kindergeburtstage - Schulsport - Ferienprogramme (Recklinghausen)
Calgary Climbing Centre Stronghold (Calgary)
Alpspitz-Ferrata (Garmisch-Partenkirchen)
Nature of the North (Moorhead)
CUBE Baldy & Kawa (Kraków)
AVATAR Centrala Ruchu i FunClimb (Kraków)
BRONX BOULDERING (Kraków)
Arkose Toulouse (L'Union)
Die Intensivstation (Pottenstein)
Tacche e Svasi Climbing Club a.s.d. (Perugia)
Canberra Indoor Rock Climbing (Mitchell)
BLOKatowice (Katowice)
Kletterturm (Hallein)
Canberra Indoor Rock Climbing (Hume)
Via Ferrata de Liaucous (Mostuéjouls)
CEB - Clube de Escalada de Braga (Braga)
Kaelus (Morelia)
Block'Out Metz (Augny)
Kern'Up (Sotteville-lès-Rouen)
Parque Rodovia (Braga)
Kletterturm Großkirchheim (Döllach)
CanaryWall Climbing Centre (London)
Café Bloc (Montréal)
Pareti Sport Center (Parma)
Centre d'escalade Backbone (Bromont)
Pulse Climbing Warners Bay (Warners Bay)
Active Garden Waiblingen (Waiblingen)
ESCape Climbing Garden (Collegno)
Boulder Movement Tai Seng (Singapore)
Flux Climbing (Rossland)
Stuntwerk Kirchheim (Kirchheim unter Teck)
Es Rocodrom (Inca)
Indian Seats At Sawnee (Cumming)
Deva Wall (Ferrara)
Freeklime (Huddersfield)
Indoor Climb South Coast (Huskisson)
Newton Graz (Graz)
9 degrees Waterloo (Waterloo)
Block Barock - Boulderhalle Fulda (Fulda)
BlocHaus Bouldering Marrickville (Marrickville)
Jungle Sport park (Hlavní město Praha)
Gadrock (Gadsden)
Kraftwerk - the boulder hall in the Allgaeu (Biessenhofen)
GRIP Climbing (Biel)
Brooklyn Boulders Lincoln Park (Chicago)
Bouldergym BAZ (Zaandam)
Block'Out Aix-Marseille (Vitrolles)
Crux Climbing Center Central (Austin)
Battert Felsen (Baden-Baden)
The Climbing Hangar Liverpool Matchworks (Garston)
Lezecká aréna Jirkov (Jirkov)
Boulderhal Roest (Zwolle)
Our Tampines Hub (Singapore)
Multnomah Athletic Club (Portland)
Klättercentret Gallerian (Stockholm)
Rhino bouldergym (Gent)

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
277 Ratings

277 Ratings

Poopspeedstream ,

Great app, great tracking, attentive developer

This app is great, I’ve been using it for almost a year now. It allows you to record each climbing session with metrics like total ascended feet, a log of grades/routes climbed, calories, etc. I like the recently added "long-term activity" view, where you can see how much you've climbed by month (not sure the metric used) and what grades you've been climbing overall. Though, the x- and y- scaling in these graphs needs some work, it can't be adjusted effectively and the graphs don't currently show all the information.

Some features I would really love to see added/improved to make this a killer app:
- multi-disciplinary in the same session: I always warm up before top-roping with a bouldering session, this can currently only be recorded as two seperate sessions.
- better strava syncing: I just started using this feature but it's not clear how and when sessions are synced to strava or how to improve reliability. Right now it seems like a 50/50 chance of the session will be uploaded to strava. Having this rock solid would be a huge benefit of this app for me.
- faster syncing from Apple watch to iPhone for viewing of the session after completing it

I highly recommend this app.

Developer Response ,

Hey thanks a lot for your review and the great feedback!

I am currently working on the multi-disciplinary feature (this is something I really wanted for myself for a long time: like you, I usually do some basic boulders before I start climbing top rope routes). This feature is definitely gonna come soon (version 3.2 probably!).

And you're right the sync needs some additional work! And while I cannot improve the sync speed between the watch and the phone (that‘s something that the operating provides and we have to take it as that), the Strava sync can definitely be improved in the future. The main problem here is that there are so many important things to work on Redpoint that I cannot focus on everything at the same time, as an individual developer.

But we‘re getting there. Step by step. Update by update.

Ben.Tokarczyk ,

Great App just needs a little more

Love the app and how it integrates into Apple Watch. Easy to log climbs and feel like it is pretty accurate. I only wish the stats in the phone application were more robust. You get intricate details per climb but lacks significantly in monthly, yearly trends. I pretty much Boulder only and use the app to monitor effort, length of session, average heart rate, distance climbed, number of climbs. All this information is available in the individual climbing session but the long term view is pretty limited.

I would recommend the app.

Developer Response ,

Hey Ben! Thanks a lot for your great feedback, the long-term view is indeed a part of the app on which I need to improve. It’s on my todo list :)

– Frederik

ilmungo ,

Heart is in the right place but needs work

The idea of automatically tracking ascents is great, and is why I gave this a try, but it works very poorly. In one session it tracked 70+ ascents, and even though I was purposely pausing the tracking while belaying it kept tracking on ascents every few minutes at random. Considering the watch knows when you’re going up and when you’re coming down it shouldn’t be too hard not to add ascents when not moving vertically… and for a climbing specific app it should take into account that at least half the time you’ll be belaying (or resting between attempts if bouldering). It is not clear whether this is accounted for in the final calories/workout tracking.

I’ll be looking forward to future versions but right now it shows more promise than ability.

Developer Response ,

Hey, thanks a lot for the feedback. I really appreciate that. I'm sorry that you had such a poor experience with our algorithm. But I have great news! Just now, with update 2.4 we've introduce an optimized algorithm specifically for top-rope climbing. Could you please send me an email to info@frogg.io? It would be really interesting for me to get your feedback regarding the new algorithm (should also apply to sessions that you've already recorded).
Besides optimizing the existing algorithm we're also working on a completely new version that we will introduce in the upcoming weeks.

Information

Seller
Frogg GmbH
Size
150.8 MB
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Redpoint Pro 1 Year $29.99
  2. Redpoint Pro 3 Months $10.99
  3. Redpoint Pro Annual $29.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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