Skydive Altimeter

4.4
30 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

*** This is NOT a real altimeter ***

This is altimeter simulator can be used to help a SkyDiving student to practice altitude awareness. That is to practice looking at your altimeter regularly during the dive and being aware of your altitude.

Features:
* Metric and Feet support - custom altimeter face for each
* Jump height can be configured (e.g. 14,000 feet, or 4000m)
* Three simulated audible alert sounds can be configured. For example for:
- 1st: Breakoff, e.g. 5000 feet (or in meters)
- 2nd: Pull, e.g. 4000 feet (or in meters)
- 3rd: Warning, e.g. 1500 feet (or in meters)
- 4th: Canopy Descent
* Fall Rate (Belly Flying, or FreeFly/HeadDown)
* Easier adjustment of heights/speeds via sliders
Updated on
Feb 16, 2020

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4.4
30 reviews
HK P30SK
October 9, 2020
Very cool training app. One bug is that the second warning actually deploys your chute. So set 1st warning, 3rd warning then 2nd.
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A Google user
September 29, 2015
Would be much more useful in landscape mode on a wrist mount for AFF training. Also adding a pause / resume button would be nice (maybe just use multitouch on the face). Does it take into account the slower initial freefall due to acceleration, or just use a linear model? Edit: Still no landscape? Metric face is a nice add, but would be most useful if it had another face with both scales so the metric challenged instructors can assist the metric savvy students.
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A Google user
September 12, 2016
Is there a way to rotate the screen 90 degrees, so they it could be used with running armbands and it is oriented correctly?
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What's new

* IOS7 Look and Feel
* Access to Parachutist Game Link
* Localized into 8 languages