Apple Watch now records ski and snowboard activities

As if they had agreed, the developers have several ski and winter sports apps at the same time an update issued. This makes the apps compatible with new features offered by the Series 3 Apple Watch. In addition to the latest version of Apple's smartwatch, you'll also need watchOS 4.2 or later.

Winter Sports Apps with New Tracking Features

The Winter Sports Apps snoww, Slopes, Squaw Alpine, Snocru and Ski Tracks have received an update. What they all have in common is that with the help of the Apple Watch Series 3, they can now also see the distance traveled and altitude on the slopes, record the number of runs, the average and maximum speed, the total time spent on the track and, of course, the calories consumed; The Apple Watch automatically detects whether you are in the lift or on a descent.

UI Updates and More

In addition, the individual apps have of course added specific features that are still available to users should offer more fun in the use. Many of them also experienced a redesign of the user interface at the same time.

The app snoww, for example, has also integrated SiriKit in version 1.8.2. You can also start and stop the software via Voice Assistant without removing your gloves. Ski Tracks, on the other hand, offers you 17 different training sessions that include the activity app.

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Snoww: Social Ski Tracker

Developer: Snoww Ltd

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Slopes

Developer: Consumed by Code

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SNOCRU Skiing & Snow Tracking

Developer: SNOCRU LLC

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Ski Tracks

Developer: Core Coders Ltd

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Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows

Developer: Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, LLC

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