By Consumed by Code

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2013-09-24
  • Current Version: 2018.20
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 76.06 MB
  • Developer: Consumed by Code
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 6,571 Ratings


Track your edge and relive your best days with Slopes. Whether you're at a local resort or deep in the Alps, Slopes gives you all the bragging rights you need about your days hunting fresh powder. Track speed, vertical, distance, lift vs trail time, and more, all while going easy on your phone's battery. Smart Recording • Runs and lifts are automatically detected as you ride • Battery friendly - ride hard and record all day • Recording works deep in the backcountry without an internet connection • Live stats on your phone and your Apple Watch • Hands-free control with Siri on your iPhone and Watch The Best Recaps • Unique timeline view of your day with interactive map • Stat breakdowns for each run and lift you took • Replay your runs in 3D with speed heat maps • Track your season totals and lifetime vertical • Seamless integration with your photo library to auto-display photos from your trips • Integrates with Apple's Health app to report workouts and calories burned Show Off Your Activities • Show off by sharing your day's stats on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using customizable images • Export your day's activities to Google Earth and other apps back on your computer Import Old Activities • Import past activities from GPX files, KMZ files, or other tracker apps • Use iTunes File Sharing to bring in multiple activities all at once Upgrade to Slopes Premium and know everything about your days: • Unlimited run and lift stat breakdowns • Premium winter, terrain, and satellite maps on the run and lift breakdowns • See your photos on the map of your day • Live run-by-run breakdown of stats while recording • Relive your runs on a virtual 3D mountain • Automatic lift naming at supported resorts (over 250 world-wide and counting, more every week!) • Individual recording unlocks and an Annual Pass subscription options available to be as flexible as possible depending on how often you go. If you purchase a Annual Pass, payment will be charged to your iTunes account. Renewals will be charged 24 hours prior to the end of your current Annual Pass. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time in your iTunes Store settings. The current price for the Annual Pass is $19.99USD per year and may vary from country to country. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: ========================== Note: GPS is required so iPads and iPods will not be able to use Slopes. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Other factors such as the phone's temperature, battery health, and other apps running in the background can also affect battery performance. All-day battery life was tested on an iPhone 5.



  • Great app. Simple. Works.

    By Rob gavs
    No complaints.
  • Great ski tracker

    By ReiMirra
    I had been using strava in the past as the Stevens Pass app ate battery life and I didn’t like the other apps. This one is awesome. It tracks with my phone or watch. The timeline dot is awesome. I paid for a day pass curious to see what there was to know. It’s mostly accurate for Stevens Pass. It would be neat to have the heart rate match my Ski runs. And current weather for that day. Update: 10/15 bought season pass. Has heart rate tracking or at least maybe have it trigger to sample on black diamond runs
  • Love this app

    By geeehooo
    For all you shredders that love to track your data this is the app to get. The map tracking and animation of your runs are cool. Thumbs up!
  • Summer notifications

    By TommyBoiiii
    This may be more trouble than its worth but I go hiking near ski resorts in Utah in the off season and still get the location alerts to start tracking my runs. Suggestion would be to only run those notifications during the posted ski season dates for that resort. I can see how that’s a lot of work so maybe just block out summer dates that the resort has never been open during (August - September).
  • Great App but enough with the requests for health data

    By Matt2285284
    I love this app, it is great way to be able to see what you accomplished on the mountain each day. I enjoy being able to see how active we were and how far we skied each day, we also will use it to compete with each other. The 3D maps and ability to replay your runs was really cool to be able to share with friends and family. I have used this at Breckinridge and Park City. The one downside is that they are trying to get access to all of your health data and there is no way to stop them from sending you requests for it. I would say 1-2 pop up style requests a day on my phone and watch. 5 stars if I could get rid of these pop up requests or at a minimum silence them permanently.
  • Truly Amazing!

    By TheXPScreeper
    I never write reviews but I couldn't help it this time, tracked my runs very accurately. The only thing is that you have to pay for the season pass if you want better measurements and more features but it's very worth it.
  • Best app for tracking your skiing stats

    By News Junkie223
    Easy user interface. Does all the basics well, plus lots of extras.
  • Skied the vert. Got the shirt.

    By Time vs. Change
    I’ve tracked about 650,000 feet of vert with slopes and would highly recommend it. The interface is easy to use with no need to start and stop recording during a session. I’ve been enjoying the enhanced playback features that came in the last release. It’s also easy on the battery. Photo tagging on the maps is cool. Try it! I think you’ll like it. Now go ride!
  • Works well. Improved battery life

    By MacEman77
    I was very pleased with slopes this last ski season for two reasons - phone battery lasted all day and Apple Watch interface. I’m not sure which compensation I used added to this however. Previous year the phone was drained by noon. I had no Apple Watch. This year I skied with hand warmers and phone stored in an interior pocket along with a battery pack. Phone kept charged. Apple Watch worked well. I’m still not confident using only watch to track slopes though. I’m skeptical about the top speeds. None of my ski buddies believe them, although I really want to brag! Are top speeds accurate ? Ideally I’d love to use slopes to track my SUP workouts. Any suggestions?
  • All data is gone and back again

    By Benjamen434
    I hit end on my Apple Watch and the data has disappeared. According to the instruction it was supposed to be transferred to my phone. Also, where is the button “save the day” on Apple Watch? Update: I restarted the app and I have all my data on the phone now. It would be great if it could recognize the names of slopes and chairlifts, though.