Kilter Board

3.6
93 reviews
50K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Climb and train on the innovative Kilter Board from Kilter Grips! Create your account and configure one or more Kilter Boards in the app. Search and climb boulder problems of all difficulty levels. Create new boulders. Log ascents and browse your logbook. Find and share beta videos.

Connect the app to the LED Kit via Bluetooth and light up the holds.

Green = Start Hold
Cyan = Middle Hold
Magenta = Finish Hold
Yellow = Foot Only

ANDROID REQUIRES THAT LOCATION PERMISSIONS ARE GRANTED TO THE APP FOR BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONALITY. ON SOME DEVICES, IT IS ALSO NECESSARY TO ENSURE GPS IS TURNED ON.
Updated on
May 23, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

3.6
93 reviews
David Abraham
August 20, 2019
The app is a fast, responsive, and simple way to interface with the kilter board. Connecting to the board and getting a problem to light up takes less than 10 seconds after opening the app! The part I've been most impressed with was the support team, I notified them of a bug and later saw it patched out. They seem dedicated to improving the app over time and providing the best support they can. Overall, very happy with the kilter board app.
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Mitch Ryan
January 1, 2022
Overall a pretty good app, especially compared to competitors like Moonboard (which sets a very low bar, admittedly). Would appreciate it it was not mandatory to fill the "difficulty" field when logging an ascent. I am fairly new to bouldering and I have no idea what each grade should feel like on the Fontainbleau scale. Perhaps the grading system could be simplified to an upgrade/downgrade/ignore mechanism.
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Roberto Martelloni
February 17, 2022
The app does not allow to track attempts on problems, only send. This lack of feature severally limit the log training opportunities. It would be nice to filter problems using the small foot holds but it not possible. It would also be nice to 'follow' settlers and prioritize the boulders from them. Overall, training boards are extremely powerful tools to train but it seems there is not yet in the climbing community the right mindset to move from 'climb hard' to measure volume, quantify it and implement a training regime based on stats and not on feeling. It would also be nice to have some sort of benchmark as per the moonboard - there are huge disparities on how the grade are reported, some established climber should start to set some benchmark for each grade. We are going in the right direction, but there is a lot to do.
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What's new

Performance enhancements.