5 ski apps that are actually worth downloading

Ski apps have come a long way since the early days of the iPhone. Here are five ski apps that Fall-line staffers actually own (and use).

1. SKIFIT, £9.99 per year
Designed by skier and physiotherapist Neil Maclean-Martin, the app features quality and challenging workouts aimed specifically at skiers. Read issue 135 of Fall-Line for the full review.

2. ITRAILMAP, £2.99
Zoomable high-resolution 3D piste maps for 750 resorts worldwide. You can record your skiing and load them to the web.

Hold up your phone to scan the horizon and this app will figure out exactly what peaks you’re looking at, identifying their name and stats.

Records the steepness and speed of your run so you finally have proof to back-up your bragging to friends at the end of the day.

5. FATMAP, £9.99
The freerider’s ultimate app: FATMAP uses altitude and GPS data for 1-2m accuracy, shows gradients avalanche and crevasse zones along with speed, distance, vert, weather and snow conditions. Read the full review here.

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