Slopes: Ski & Snowboard Fahren

Slopes: Ski & Snowboard Fahren


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2024.5for iPhone, iPad and more
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About Slopes: Ski & Snowboard Fahren

Bring deine Schneetage auf das nächste Level. Entdecke detaillierte Statistiken über deine Ski- und Snowboardtage, fahre mit deinen Freunden, schaffe Erinnerungen und schaue dir euere Winterabenteuer noch mal an. Hole dir die beste Ski-Tracking App für iPhone und Apple Watch!

SMARTES TRACKING
Wähle deine Art die Piste runter zu kommen und Slopes erledigt den Rest (es erkennt sogar das Skigebiet in dem du bist, wenn du Handyempfang hast). Du kannst ziwschen Ski, Snowboard, Monoski, Sit-Ski, Telemark und anderen auswählen. Slopes erkennt automatisch wenn es bergauf geht, Lifte und Abfahrten.

FINDE DEINE FREUNDE
Mit live-Standort könnt ihr euch einfach wiederfinden. Um deine Privatsphäre zu wahren, kannst du den live-Standort jeder Zeit ein- und ausschalten.

INTERAKTIVE KARTEN (Premium)
Finde dich einfach zurecht mit 2D und 3D Karten. Entdecke wo deine Freunde gerade sind und wo es als nächstes hin geht. Verfügbar in über 450 Skigebieten in den USA, Kanada, den europäischen Alpen, Australien, Neuseeland, Japan und mehr.

**NEU: TRIP-PLANUNG UND SCHNEEBEDINGUNGEN
Plane deinen nächsten trip in den Schnee, lade deine Freunde ein und teile die Vorfreude. Mit Trips kannst du an einem Ort die Schneebedingungen im Skigebiet anschauen, sehen wer mitkommt und wer noch eingeladen ist. Schau dir an was andere über die Pisten sagen, bevor du ins Auto steigst. Während du auf dem Berg bist, teilt Slopes den Standort aller Trip-teilnehmenden, auch wenn sie nicht in deiner Freundesliste sind.

DETAILLIERTE STATISTIKEN
Finde viele detaillierte informationen über deine performance, Geschwindigkeit, Höhenmeter, Abfahrtzeiten und mehr. Finde heraus wie gut du bist und wie du besser werden kannst, Saison für Saison.

FITNESS + APPLE WATCH
Lass dir anzeigen wie du voran kommst mit live-Puls daten, schließe deine Ringe in Apple Health und mit Slopes Premium kannst du deine Fitnesswerte für jede Kurve einsehen.

AUF PRIVATSPHÄRE AUSGERICHTET
Slopes wird deine Daten nie verkaufen und alle Funktionen werden mit Blick auf Datenschutz und Sicherheit entwickelt. Du kannst dich also vollkommen sicher fühlen. Nutzerkonten sind optional und wenn du ein Konto einrichtest wird „Mit Apple anmelden“ unterstützt.

Hast du Fragen? Feedback? Nutze den Bereich „Hilfe & Support“ in der App oder besuche help.getslopes.com.

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Die kostenlose Version von Slopes ist werbefrei und wirklich kostenlos. Du verschwendest weder Akku noch Daten oder Zeit für Werbung. Und du bekommst alle Kernfunktionen, die du erwartest und liebst: Finde deine Freunde, unbegrenztes Tracking, wichtige Statistiken und Zusammenfassungen, Schneebedingungen, Siri, HealthKit und mehr.

Slopes Premium schaltet Statistiken für jede Abfahrt und leistungsstarke Einblicke in deine Leistung frei:
- Interaktive Karten in 2D & 3D
- Suche nach Abfahrten & List informationen
- Echtzeit-Statistiken für jede Abfahrt
- Vollständige Timeline deines Tages: Finde heraus, wo du Höchstgeschwindigkeiten erreicht hast und welche deine beste Abfahrt war
- Fitness-Insights, wenn du mit der Apple Watch aufzeichnest
- Erwecke die Berge mit interaktivem 3D und AR zum Leben

Wenn du einen Jahres- oder Familienpass kaufst, wird zur Zahlung dein iTunes-Account belastet. Dein iTunes-Account wird innerhalb von 24 Stunden vor Ablauf deines aktuellen Abonnements zur Verlängerung belastet, es sei denn, du deaktivierst die automatische Verlängerung. Du kannst die automatische Verlängerung nach erfolgtem Kauf jederzeit in deinen Kontoeinstellungen im App Store deaktivieren.

Datenschutzerklärung: https://getslopes.com/privacy.html
Nutzungsbedingungen: https://getslopes.com/terms.html

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Hinweis: GPS ist erforderlich, daher funktioniert Slopes innerhalb von Gebäuden nicht. Die kontinuierliche Verwendung von GPS im Hintergrund kann die Batterielaufzeit drastisch verringern. Auch andere Faktoren wie Handy-Temperatur, Batteriezustand und andere im Hintergrund laufende Apps können sich auf die Batterielaufzeit auswirken.
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Was ist neu in der neuesten Version 2024.5

Last updated on Mar 12, 2024
Alte Versionen
- Added a battery safety net feature on Watch. If you hit 3% or less battery while recording Slopes will stop recording and try to send the data to your iPhone before your battery fully dies. If you start recording on Watch in low power mode (10% battery or less) Slopes will disable this safety net and trust you know what you're doing.
- When starting recording on your Watch via iPhone, Slopes will now warn you if your Watch battery is less than 50% and give you the option to start on your iPhone instead.
- Improved our "resort grouping", which helps us track resorts that are connected, to allow us to exclude certain resorts from the automatic renaming that came along with being in a group. Example: Alpine Meadows was being shown as "Palisades." Your recordings will retroactively fix themselves when you update.
- If your Watch or iPhone battery dies mid-recording, and you don't charge your device + re-launch Slopes until the next morning, you'll now have the option to recover + save the unfinished recording from the previous day.
- If your Watch battery dies and you start a new recording a few days later without recovering + saving that previous recording, when reaching out to customer support we can now grab those unfinished GPS logs from your Watch.
- Fixed the memories widget not updating after a trip is over.
- Fixed (hopefully, because TiMeZoNeS) upcoming trips sometimes showing as off by one day for the start or end.
- Fixed (hopefully, because TiMeZoNeS) the memories widget and logbook showing "0 days" for a trip.
- Fixed the order of trip destinations not following the set itinerary dates.
- Fixed runs and lifts not showing up on iPad when replaying on the timeline.
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Version History
2024.5
Mar 12, 2024
- Added a battery safety net feature on Watch. If you hit 3% or less battery while recording Slopes will stop recording and try to send the data to your iPhone before your battery fully dies. If you start recording on Watch in low power mode (10% battery or less) Slopes will disable this safety net and trust you know what you're doing.
- When starting recording on your Watch via iPhone, Slopes will now warn you if your Watch battery is less than 50% and give you the option to start on your iPhone instead.
- Improved our "resort grouping", which helps us track resorts that are connected, to allow us to exclude certain resorts from the automatic renaming that came along with being in a group. Example: Alpine Meadows was being shown as "Palisades." Your recordings will retroactively fix themselves when you update.
- If your Watch or iPhone battery dies mid-recording, and you don't charge your device + re-launch Slopes until the next morning, you'll now have the option to recover + save the unfinished recording from the previous day.
- If your Watch battery dies and you start a new recording a few days later without recovering + saving that previous recording, when reaching out to customer support we can now grab those unfinished GPS logs from your Watch.
- Fixed the memories widget not updating after a trip is over.
- Fixed (hopefully, because TiMeZoNeS) upcoming trips sometimes showing as off by one day for the start or end.
- Fixed (hopefully, because TiMeZoNeS) the memories widget and logbook showing "0 days" for a trip.
- Fixed the order of trip destinations not following the set itinerary dates.
- Fixed runs and lifts not showing up on iPad when replaying on the timeline.
2024.4
Feb 2, 2024
- Updated our mapping SDK to get some of their "bug fixes and performance improvements".
2024.3
Jan 28, 2024
- Fixed trips not showing rode-with stat comparisons.
2024.2
Jan 21, 2024
- Fixed a crash on the nearby friends screen during recording.
- Fixed a crash on the activity save screen.
- Fixed a crash on the trip create / edit screen if you moved the start date > 90 days in certain conditions.
- Fixed some cases where the search or lift/run details cards might get stuck on screen when responding to a push notification.
- Fixed (I'm pretty sure) a rare case where the dots in the heart rate zone would grow too big and overtake the screen.
2024.1
Jan 10, 2024
- Support for displaying grooming status, and being able to filter by it, at live status supported resorts.
- While recording at live status supported resorts, the "Live Status" button now opens Slopes's resort search defaulted to open lifts / runs. No need to make you wait for a slow web site to load when we have the data locally now.
- Similarly, added a "What's Open" button on the resort details screen at supported resorts so you can quickly jump to the list of open lifts / runs.
- If you pick split boarding as an activity, it will now save to "snowboarding" in Apple Health instead of "downhill ski."
2023.18
Dec 31, 2023
- Fixed a case where Slopes on Apple Watch might not tag you at a resort.
2023.17
Dec 28, 2023
- Slopes will now only dim trails based on live status for the resorts you're actually looking/recording at, and when we know we support live status there.
- If you're recording on your Watch, but checking things like friend locations & lift status on your phone periodically, the phone app should launch into the recording screen a bit faster now. We're talking like 400ms faster, but every (half) second counts when the gloves are off!
- Updated translations for Japanese.
- Fixed "in 30 years" as the last-updated for conditions.
- Slopes on iOS should no longer launch back into a resort details screen while you're in the middle of recording via watchOS.
- Fixed a few more threading race condition crashes in the background.
- Added a workaround for a watchOS 10.2 bug that was preventing searching for resorts for the Watch complication.
- Fixed a case where your Watch might tag you as at a resort you haven't been at for hours (roadtrip!).
2023.16
Dec 25, 2023
If you've been following along on IG Stories you know I've been testing out a super cool feature. The plan was to spend all of this season testing it and launch it next year, but honestly it's such a killer feature I couldn't wait.

- Live lift & trails status show directly on the recording screen and interactive resort maps:
- A new lift status icon shows on the map, available to both free and Slopes Premium riders.
- Trails will be faded out when they are marked as closed. Trail status is only available for Slopes Premium riders.
- These two layers/filters are enabled by default and can be toggled via the map settings.
- Live status is also integrated with the resort search card, so you can quickly check the status of any lift/trail.
- As a result of the much earlier-than-expected launch, live status is only rolling out to ~50 resorts to start.

- Better search filters on resort maps. Added shortcuts below the search field for popular searches such as "bathrooms", "open runs", "intermediate runs", "all lifts", and more.
- Riders without Slopes Premium can now view limited lift details like status, and tapping a lift in search will center the screen on the lift so it's easy to find.
- Fixed water lock on Watch getting stuck showing the controls screen vs swapping back to the stats screen.
- Fixed some layout issues on watchOS 8 and on smaller screens like Series 3.
- Fixed sharing to Instagram Stores due to Facebook now requiring we register with them as an app, just to be able to pass them the image **rolls eyes**.
- There is a bug in iOS 17 related to Text-to-Speech in the background over longer periods of time, so disabled the "paused recording" / "resumed recording" audio messages for now.
2023.15
Dec 18, 2023
- Localization is largely community-driven for Slopes (want to help? Account tab -> translate, and thanks for all that help!), but some languages were falling behind so we hired some people to help catch us up.
- Tweaked the onboarding steps on the logbook to better focus on minimizing work / choices once you get to the resort to ski.
- Improved a case where your Watch might not fully start recording when starting it via your iPhone, if you locked the screen / close Slopes before it finished starting.
- Fixed the new 8-seater chair icon on the timeline screen.
- Fixed a few typos.
2023.14
Dec 7, 2023
- Starting recording on your Watch via your iPhone should be a little bit speedier.
- Will no longer announce "started recording", "paused recording", etc in English when your language is set to non-english.
- Fixed a case where if you recently rebooted your Watch, and you tried to start recording on it via your phone, things might get stuck.
- Fixed recordings on Watch taking longer than they should to sync the resort your at back to the phone.
- Fixed a crash rendering 3D mountains for recordings.
- Fixed a crash on the purchase screen if there was an error during purchase.
- Fixed a threading issue when updating resort information that could result in random crashes.
- Fixed a crash that could happen in the background on the iPhone when you end recording on your Watch.
- Fixed a case where old recording artifacts might get in the way of starting a new recording.
2023.13
Dec 1, 2023
This release is born out of the itch we're all feeling for some snow. Thanks to all the resort teams fighting hard against Mother Nature right now to get us some snow!

- For 570+ resorts world-wide, Slopes now provides easy access to the official lift + run status page for the resort you're recording at.
- At a select set of resorts (~60 to start) Slopes will show the lift + run open % on the resort details screen (and any recent increases).
- Have a hard time remembering if there were 56 (or was it 58?) runs open last time you checked? Curious which trails or lifts opened since last you looked? At that same set of select resorts, Slopes Premium riders can now view the history of trail openings for the season. Tap "history" on the resort details screen to see that.
- Added support to show chair lifts that have bubbles, and lifts that have heated seats (ok we get it, you're fancy).
- Added an icon for 8-person chair lifts so they don't show as 6-person lifts.
- Added the seat count to the lift details card, so you don't have to squint at the icon to figure that out.
- Fixed weird flickering on the resort maps (both on resort details & while recording) that could happen while in 3D mode, usually when you'd background Slopes then come back to it.
- Fixed the search bar flickering back into view when tapping between runs.
- Fixed a crash while recording in free mode, related to updating the map's resort buildings.
- Fixed a bug in the trip migration script that could cause them to disappear if you had previously made a trip with no activities in it. Sorry, this isn't a retroactive fix.
- Fixed a random crasher on the activity details screen related to showing the "did you get in a car?" timeline editor tip.
2023.12
Nov 15, 2023
Kicking off the season with three major new features!

- Trip planning:
- Plan upcoming trips for your season, and invite your friends to them to share in the hype.
- Trips let you keep tabs on the conditions of resorts you'll hit in one central place.
- When you invite people you haven't friended yet on Slopes, "Share Location with Nearby Friends" will automatically work with those people, too. Plus the "Rode With" tagging at the end of the day. Much easier than everyone having to share friend links for a one-off trip.
- The "Winter Memories" widget for your home screen will show a countdown to your next trip.
- As you ski during a trip, the trip totals will be visible, just like season totals are (this bit was possible before, but kinda buried).

- Resort map search + trail / lift details inspector:
- Tap on runs / lifts while recording to get more details like elevation graphs, vertical, slope, etc.
- Many North American resort maps now show on-mountain facilities such as bathrooms, food, and most importantly ski patrol locations.
- Search for a specific any run / lift by name, or for on-mountain buildings like ski patrol huts or nearby bathrooms.
- All these features are also available while you aren't recording via the Resorts tab, too.
- We try hard to be *very* proactive about updating our trail data, but if you notice something out of date, you can report a correction from the popup card for a run / lift.
- These features are available for resorts that have the "interactive map" tag on the resort details screen (350+ resorts world-wide).

- Our interactive resort maps support being viewed in 3D now, in both winter and satellite modes. Great for figuring spotting those flat catwalks before it is too late.

And some other goodies & improvements:

- New merch in the store! There's a sticker pack, a vintage patch, and most importantly a new "1,000,000 vertical feet club" shirt for those of you who found the 500,000ft challenge a bit too easy.
- Added a toggle in settings to let you keep the premium trail maps in light mode, even when you're rocking dark mode.
- Added the ability to dismiss the onboarding tips.
- Complex European resorts will now show all lifts on the map in free mode, not just the lifts at the part you started at.
- Improvements to the Help & Support screen, more intelligently recommending FAQs based on actions you've taken.
- The current season is always shown at the top of the logbook now, even if you haven't recorded in the season yet.
- Support for Big Sky's new double-square runs.
- Support for noting resorts that are permanently closed, and no longer tagging recordings as at them.
- Fixed the friend cards on iPhone (while recording via Watch) sometimes getting stuck in the loading state.
- Fixed the season total vertical not switching over from "k ft" to "mil ft" if you ski over a million feet in a season.
- Fixed Siri not recognizing the "ski" workout type when trying to start a workout.
- Fixed a crash at launch on watchOS 8.
2023.11
Sep 22, 2023
- Fixed the Lifetime Stats widget having a white border on iOS 16.
- Fixed the Memoji picker graying out your contact card as an option when you have a photo.
- Fixed a crash on the iPhone that could occur right after starting recording on your Watch.
- Fixed a crash on the compare screen.
- Fixed a crash when tapping the notification on your iPhone that it received your day's recording from your Watch.
- Fixed a crash that could occur if you start/stop recording fast on a poor cellular connection.
- Fixed a crash related to importing recordings made with other apps / devices.
- Fixed a crash the 3D view on the timeline screen.
2023.10
Sep 18, 2023
- Slopes on Watch already felt great on watchOS 10, but now it's even better. Your focus stat while recording now highlights with a custom background, and the nearby friends screen adopts the design language of the new OS.
- When you start recording on Watch, a Live Activity will now automatically start on your phone! (requires iOS 17 + watchOS 10)
- Support for Stand By Mode on iPhone, and Smart Stack on Watch.
- Auto-resume on Watch got some tweaks. The menu no longer pops up when you hit pause (slightly confusing); it's now an option next to the resume button. Slight tweaks to the iPhone remote control resume options to match.
- Use your Memoji in Slopes! You can now pick your contact card picture as your avatar.
- Slopes on Watch will now detect when you start workout in a second app after starting Slopes. This hijacks some permissions Slopes normally has, so functionality becomes limited. But this is why some people would have auto-resume never kick in.
- Slopes on iPhone will also limit itself if it detects this workout hijack, so you don't hit the resume button and have nothing happen.
- You can now send your "add me as a friend on Slopes" link to people via the Watch app.
2023.9
Aug 10, 2023
- Improved retry logic for resolving what resort you're at when the initial lookup fails because you're offline.
- Fixed resort logos sometimes not showing on the resort listing screen.
- Fixed the "enable smart reminders?" prompt showing too much.
- Fixed a crash on the Mac version.
2023.8
Jun 2, 2023
- Quick fix for an iOS 15 crash.

What's new in 2023.7:

New Watch App (!!)
- New (but familiar) UI focusing on bigger text and glanceability, making it easy to read the main stats (vertical, distance, speed, heart rate, time).
- Spin the Digital Crown to focus in on any one of those stats. For example see your current elevation + tallest run when checking vertical, your heart rate zone + max HR when checking heart rate, or a full mini-timeline breakdown of lifts vs runs when checking time.
- The nearby friends screen now shows the direction / distance to all friends in a single list, so you can just scroll vs having to tap on a friend to get those details.
- Much stronger haptics, more like the Timer app, when auto-resume kicks in.
- Improved reliability of starting a workout with the Action button.

New, faster, start recording screen for both iPhone and Watch.
- Don't worry about picking what resort you're at anymore. Slopes will figure all that in the background for you now (assuming you have cell reception).
- Instead, just pick your activity type. You can pick from ski, snowboard, monoski, splitboard, sitski, telemark, and more.
- It's also now more obvious how to set it as a backcountry activity where you want credit for the uphill touring / skinning.
- As part of the new auto-resort tagging, multi-resort support is here (!!). This is big for European users; for example hopping from Méribel to Courchevel will tag the activity as "Les 3 Vallées" instead of just Méribel.

Unified recording experience; Slopes on iPhone can now control the Watch app.
- If you try to start recording via phone while you have the Watch app installed it'll just automatically start it there for you.
- You can pause / resume / finish recordings on your Watch via iPhone now, too.
- While recording on Watch, you can have a Live Activity running on your iPhone. This will show automatically if you start Slopes via your phone, but if you start via Watch directly you'll need to open the iOS app once to get it going (apps must be in the foreground to start a live activity).
- Improvements to Smart Reminders when you have both an iPhone and Apple Watch. It isn't as perfect as I'd like it yet, but it should cut down on a lot of the useless "you're near a lift" reminders when you're already recording. I hope.

Other improvements:

- Skinning / touring in the backcountry will now add the uphill segments to Apple Health including speed and elevation gain.
- Interactive maps for resorts will no longer get stuck on satellite map mode.
- I got inspired by Apollo's new retro iOS app alt icon; I just had to envision Slopes for iPhoneOS 2.0 with a new alt icon.

With this update, Slopes now requires iOS 15 / watchOS 8. This doesn't drop support for any devices as iOS 15 supports all the same hardware iOS 14 did.
2023.7
May 31, 2023
New Watch App (!!)
- New (but familiar) UI focusing on bigger text and glanceability, making it easy to read the main stats (vertical, distance, speed, heart rate, time).
- Spin the Digital Crown to focus in on any one of those stats. For example see your current elevation + tallest run when checking vertical, your heart rate zone + max HR when checking heart rate, or a full mini-timeline breakdown of lifts vs runs when checking time.
- The nearby friends screen now shows the direction / distance to all friends in a single list, so you can just scroll vs having to tap on a friend to get those details.
- Much stronger haptics, more like the Timer app, when auto-resume kicks in.
- Improved reliability of starting a workout with the Action button.

New, faster, start recording screen for both iPhone and Watch.
- Don't worry about picking what resort you're at anymore. Slopes will figure all that in the background for you now (assuming you have cell reception).
- Instead, just pick your activity type. You can pick from ski, snowboard, monoski, splitboard, sitski, telemark, and more.
- It's also now more obvious how to set it as a backcountry activity where you want credit for the uphill touring / skinning.
- As part of the new auto-resort tagging, multi-resort support is here (!!). This is big for European users; for example hopping from Méribel to Courchevel will tag the activity as "Les 3 Vallées" instead of just Méribel.

Unified recording experience; Slopes on iPhone can now control the Watch app.
- If you try to start recording via phone while you have the Watch app installed it'll just automatically start it there for you.
- You can pause / resume / finish recordings on your Watch via iPhone now, too.
- While recording on Watch, you can have a Live Activity running on your iPhone. This will show automatically if you start Slopes via your phone, but if you start via Watch directly you'll need to open the iOS app once to get it going (apps must be in the foreground to start a live activity).
- Improvements to Smart Reminders when you have both an iPhone and Apple Watch. It isn't as perfect as I'd like it yet, but it should cut down on a lot of the useless "you're near a lift" reminders when you're already recording. I hope.

Other improvements:

- Skinning / touring in the backcountry will now add the uphill segments to Apple Health including speed and elevation gain.
- Interactive maps for resorts will no longer get stuck on satellite map mode.
- I got inspired by Apollo's new retro iOS app alt icon; I just had to envision Slopes for iPhoneOS 2.0 with a new alt icon.

With this update, Slopes now requires iOS 15 / watchOS 8. This doesn't drop support for any devices as iOS 15 supports all the same hardware iOS 14 did.
2023.6
Mar 4, 2023
- You can now remove your profile picture and revert back to just your initials.
- Fixed "Mordor maps" - times when the 3d map would look all jagged and wrong.
- Fixed the "More" button in the share card generator not working sometimes.
2023.5
Feb 7, 2023
- Fix the Watch complication not always updating when you get 1k more vertical while recording.
- Possible fix for a crash on Watch because Slopes was using too much CPU.
2023.4
Feb 5, 2023
- Fixed a case where a snow forecast bar might be transparent when it actually has a value.
- Fixed "Nearby Friends" list on iPhone sometimes being empty when recording via Watch.
- Fixed the "Find Me" URL not working from iPhone when recording via Watch.
- Fix for iPad crash when sending Slopes to the background.
2023.3
Feb 1, 2023
- OpenSnow integration (!!). Resort snowfall forecasts in Slopes are now powered by OpenSnow, and include temperature estimates too.
- If you want more details beyond the 5-day snowfall estimate, you can tap to get directly into OpenSnow (either on the web or the app if you have it installed).

Can I just nerd out for a second? OpenSnow is my go-to for forecasts, I'm super excited to bring their data to all of you. Make sure you head over to them and sign up to check out their full data (this is not a sponsored post).
2023.2
Jan 26, 2023
- Improved the contrast of your day's path on the recording screen with the newer premium maps.
- Some localization updates from the community (thanks!)
- Tweaked manual speed calculations when importing GPX files that don't contain speed info. Still not 100% happy, but should get ~50% less "spikes" of weird speeds.
- Fixed incorrect labels for most daily vertical / distance on the season share card for "bests".
- Fixed a case where your phone might say you're in the backcountry, but you're recording on your Watch at a resort.
- Fixed an issue with the anonymous feedback privacy option switch. If you turned that on in the last month, please turn it on again. Very sorry about that.
- Fixed a crash on the modular complication for watchOS.
2023.1
Jan 7, 2023
Starting off the new year with a big feature:

- Slopes's interactive trail maps are now available even when you aren't recording, via the resort details screen for each resort.
- Interactive trail maps have increased contrast of trail information (except in the logbook where your recording is front-and-center) to help with outdoor reading.

I have some big plans for maps on the resort tab, so this is just step 1!
2022.21
Dec 27, 2022
- Fixed a case where backcountry days might record as one long run.
- Fixed a case where an unfinished recording on Watch would prevent you from starting a new recording. You'll now resume the old one, letting you end it.
2022.20
Dec 20, 2022
- New app icon for Premium users from Basic Apple Guy.
- Fixed a case where your avatar might show up in two places on the map while recording.
- Fixed exporting GPX files as "Single Track".
- Fixed trail maps + ski patrol info not showing on your phone while recording via your watch.
- Fixed a crash on Apple Watch related to the heart rate graph.

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iPhone
Erfordert iOS 15.0 oder neuer.
iPad
Erfordert iPadOS 15.0 oder neuer.
Apple Watch
Erfordert watchOS 8.0 oder neuer.
iPod touch
Erfordert iOS 15.0 oder neuer.
Slopes: Ski & Snowboard Fahren unterstützt Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Japanisch, Niederländisch, Russisch, Spanisch, Vereinf. Chinesisch
Slopes: Ski & Snowboard Fahren beinhaltet In-App-Käufe. Bitte überprüfen Sie den folgenden Preisplan:
Slopes Premium Unlimited
$29.99
Slopes Single Pass
$3.99
Slopes Premium Family Plan
$49.99
Slopes Trip Pass
$17.99
7 Pass Bundle
$11.99

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