4.1
14 reviews
1K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

It’s all about one thing... Advance your skiing with automatic video!
Wakeye is a powerful water ski app designed to automatically capture every moment on the water.
Simply set your speed and your will start video recording when your boat reaches the set speed.
When you slow down or stop, it will stop recording.
Designed to be used with the Wakeye Android mounts, to create the complete video package for water skiing and wakeboarding (www.wakeye.com).

Wakeye’s goal is to ensure you capture only the skiing or wakeboarding you need or want. Using GPS speed it will know when to start recording and when to stop. You won’t have to worry about someone else pushing the record button anymore.

Easy zoom controls let you bring the skier right into the frame.

Videos are automatically added to your Android gallery for you to view, edit or share later on.

Features:

- Automatically starts and stops recording at a minimum set speed
- Choose between KPH or MPH
- Never miss a pass or run because you didn’t push the record button
- No more wasted footage
- Use the zoom bar for a close up view
- Save drive space
- Save battery power
Updated on
Apr 12, 2018

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4.1
14 reviews
A Google user
July 13, 2019
this app works great for hands free video start and stop for great quality training video.
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Jim Gold
February 13, 2021
Awesome works great on my note 9
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A Google user
July 24, 2018
This does not work with Samsung Galaxy S8 or S9. No option or setting to use the front phone camera as temporary fix.
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What's new

Corrects an issue causing freezes on Samsung devices running Android 8.0.
Adds a setting switch for the experimental Android Camera2 interface.