- A new start recording screen that's a lot easier to use. No more hopping to the resort selection screen as it'll now automatically list the nearby resorts just like the Slopes Watch app does.
- The new start recording screen lets you disable auto-activating before you record, incase you want to save it for later.
- Moved the recording reminders to the recording screen, making it (finally) clear what that "Remind Me..." button does.
- Support for dark mode, including a new night-friendly variant of the winter map for Slopes Premium users.
- Sign in with Apple support, including the ability to add it to your existing account. Note: that won't replace your username / password you have today, but it'll mean you can log in easier next time.
- The "History" tab is now "Logbook", and your lifetime stats are now kept here.
- Activity search has gotten much more powerful with search tags. Mix and match search tags for complex searches ("Show me my favorite days from Vermont" is now possible, for example).
- The timeline view ("View Lifts & Runs" screen) and basic map is now always free, even without Slopes Premium. Detailed run-by-run stats, better maps, virtual 3D mountains, and other paid features on the timeline screen remain exclusive to Slopes Premium.
- The My Account section is now its own tab so it is a lot easier to find where to transfer passes and manage families.
- File import improvements.
- You can now AirDrop multiple files to yourself and Slopes will import them all (instead of just the first one). You can also now tap the "+" at the top right of the logbook to pick file to import via iCloud Drive.
- The green terrain map in Slopes Premium has been removed. Let's be honest, it wasn't long for the world once I added the much much better winter map terrain style last year.
- Speedups to the app launch time.
- Support for low data mode, specifically for virtual 3D mountains.
- Improved Help & Support section with FAQs.
- Fixed a crash on logout.
It's happening a little early this year (I usually wait until January); this version of Slopes requires iOS 13 and watchOS 5. Don't worry, your old copy of Slopes will continue to work if you aren't able to upgrade.
Phew, that was a busy summer (and this release was just 1/3 of the work I did!). Slopes's 6th birthday is next week, and I've got something big planned for (very) shortly after that.
Ratings and Reviews
Amazing on any device, paid or free, any trip!
Okay, so I've had this app for about 6m and today I finally got to use it as I haven't been out on the slopes. This app is simply amazing. Not only is it great on Apple Watch. Old iPhones (tried on IPhone 5), and new iPhones, but it's also very accurate on all of them. It got my exact times (times Myself with atop watch) shows you any wipeouts, slowdowns, speeds, and everything you cAn think of. It shows you very single run in 3D mode, and even a satellite view of the mountain, showing exactly on the trail you were at, showing all your turns. That one is a paid feature, but with all the amazing paid features I recommend getting a one day pass. I don't ski often, so it's totally worth it. If you ski at least twice a week, maybe get a liger pass. It's amazing for casual skiing for a hobby like myself, or if your a racer or comp skier. Would 1000% recommend.
This app is god!
Just took this for a full day of sending with some friends and I really like this app. The speed tracker is wicked and I was super hyped when i broke 50mph. The mapping is also amazing, you can see each of the runs you did and the lifts you used. I was also amazing at just how far and high we skied. You would think that the gps recording and speed tracking takes a toll on your battery. It turns out it didn’t really at all! The app uses the gps and speed stats from the Apple health trackers and it’s relatively energy efficient. I started at 89% and on low power mode, with a bit of snap chatting and phone calling my phone dropped to only 56%. All in all I highly recommend this app. It’s made by one rad guy who wants to improve our days, which he definitely has. Also, everything I talked about is completely freeeee! So download this app and enjoy your adventure on the mountain.
I have had this application for several years now and have reviewed it several times, all at five stars but the developer keeps dropping new versions so it’s only fair to give it another review. It has proven to be even more useful to me since I updated my old series one Apple Watch to a current one, it’s now it’s so easy to turn on and off running app from the watch. I do like the feature just introduced oh and also resume since I generally forget to turn on again after pausing. Another very valuable recent feature is the ability to compare two seasons. I ski several days a week so this is very handy. besides all the amazing features perhaps a key reason to get slope is if you’re a skier is that the developer will quickly respond to any questions or issues that you have. Try that with some big company
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