As fall rolls toward winter in much of the world, it’s time for skiers and snowboarders to get ready to hit the slopes. And major updates in the popular Slopes tracking app offer a lot of great new features for just that.
The app’s slogan is “Track your edge,” and the new version gives you plenty of ways to do it with iOS 17 and watchOS 10.
Updated Slopes app tracks your day of skiing or snowboarding
Slopes helps you track your ski or snowboard adventures with interactive trail maps. It offers loads of detailed stats about your activities. And it helps you find your friends on the mountain and keep on top of weather conditions.
After a big update last year that added hundreds of interactive resort trail maps, Breakpoint Studio launched a new version of Slopes in September that incorporates features based on what the new iOS 17 and watchOS 10 can do.
The developer noted the new version 2023.10 features in a blog post and promised more updates in the coming months. And a newer version, 2023.11, fixed a number of bugs, too.
Version 2023.10 updates:
- All-new Apple Watch experience with watchOS 10
- Support for watchOS 10 Smart Stack support
- StandBy support for iPhone
- Starting a recording on Apple Watch for Live Activity support on iPhone
- Updates to auto-resume feature
- You can use Memoji in Slopes
- Share “add me as a friend on Slopes” link via Apple Watch
You can download Slopes for free without ads for iOS and Android. It includes unlimited tracking, key stats/summaries, snow conditions, season/lifetime overviews, find your friends on the mountain and support for Siri and HealthKit.
Slopes Premium costs $3.99 for a single pass or $29.99 for an annual subscription (family subscription is $49.99/year). With premium, Slopes said you get “stats for every run and powerful insights into your performance, including live recording on Interactive Trail Maps, 3D & AR replays on iOS, fitness insights when you record with Apple Watch, Garmin, or through Health Connect by Android, and more.”
Where to download: App Store