AlpineReplay App is Legit

AlpineReplay–a Must Have for Those That Geek Out on the Route.

Many apps are a disappointment, taking up memory and space on your screen. AlpineReplay is a mos def. The app records your data on every run, finally answering the questions How fast was that? How much vert? but most importantly, Where is that entrance to that chute?

The GPS feature on your iphone or android tracks , records and displays every conceivable data related to speed, drops and position. But the feature that grabs you by the nads is the mapping function. AlpineReplay plots your course through the mountain and overlays your snail trail on Google Earth satellite imaging. What you get is a plot of your powder day. You can literally see your path through the trees and relive that epic gnar.

Here’s what the company has to say for themselves:

 

 

About AlpineReplay

AlpineReplay gives skiers and snowboarders ultimate bragging rights. We measure speed, airtime, vertical, Calories, distance and more, on any mountain in the world. Compare and compete with anyone, including yourself, with the click of a single button on your iPhone or Android. You will see a basic set of stats right on your phone or log into the AlpineReplay.com to see even more detailed stats, compare and compete between friends, push your stats to Facebook and Twitter, or virtualy compete against your friends in 3D.

We pride ourselves on building cutting edge technologyfor skiers and snowboarders. We separate your runs, identify your chairlifts by name, and our patent pending jump detection technology tells you how long you spent in the air and how many times you went airborne. Accurate statistics and user experience are extremely important for us at AlpineReplay, and we’ll continue to push the technological envelope to make sure we deliver on that goal.

Think you’re better?

AlpineReplay was built to be social. Personal stats are great, but pushing yourself through competition and seeing how you compare with friends makes it even better. Have friends who brag about outrageous speeds, 40ft airs, and days with no one else on the mountain and no standing in line for lifts? Well, then challenge them on AlpineReplay and we’ll tell you which one of you deserves the bragging rights. If you went up on the hill together, we have a ‘Head to Head’ feature that let’s you compare your trip side by side.

If you hit the slope on separate days but still want to compare, no worries. We have you covered. Head over to our 3d replay and see what it would have been like had the two of you been skiing (or racing) together. Want to see what you look like in comparison to the fastest person on the mountain? We can do that too. You should check it out.

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Coreupt Sonar 2012

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Coreupt Pow Pow 2012

While at the SIA Snowshow 2011 we got a chance to check out Coreupt’s new line of skis. This edition: Coreupt’s Pow Pow Ski.




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Coreupt Banger 2012

While at the SIA Snowshow 2011 we got a chance to check out Coreupt’s new line of skis. This edition: Coreupt’s Banger Ski.




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Coreupt Caspers 2012

While at the SIA Snowshow 2011 we got a chance to check out Coreupt’s new line of skis. This edition: Coreupt’s Caspers Ski.




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