Sportler Ski Tracker

4.7
2.72K reviews
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About this app

Sportler is a sports tracker especially designed for winter sports, especially ski and snowboard. Start tracking with a single click and Sportler works seamlessly in the background, tracking your speed, altitude, distance, route and more.

Record your complete day on the slopes and store it for later review. Examine your tracks using our interactive map either during or after the day has ended.

Sportler furthermore lets you share your location, locate your friends on the slopes with live position updates and compete with them to secure your place at the top of the leaderboard.

Please note that the use of social features like location sharing and leaderboard requires a data connection to work. Be aware of possible roaming charges when abroad. Social features are optional.
Updated on
Feb 11, 2022

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4.7
2.72K reviews
PowerUser
December 22, 2021
I tried out 3 different ski trackers, and this is the only one that counted all 10 runs correctly. The other two apps I tried were Ski Tracker and Ski Tracks. I wanted to try Slopes, but from what I can tell, you have to pay a lot for most of the features in it. Overall, I'd say this is the best ski tracker in the play store. One thing I like that Ski Tracks has is a nice big graph for the altitude, displayed prominently. Not to mention the more compact UI.
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Alex Wymore
January 7, 2021
Key thing is reliability, and this app has that down. No disconnects or missed rides. The trim feature is fantastic too as it allows you to delete any car rides when you forget to turn app off. Average speed seems useless as it appears to record everything not just when you are actually going downhill. Also, the distance on the weekly leader board is an average of each day. Seems like an odd choice as I would have preferred a total.
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TwoScape
January 7, 2021
Thank you Alex 🥳 Average speed is including both up- and downhill. Others have also suggested to change this, so it's up for a future release. The week score should actually be the total, not an average (which definitely is odd 🙂). Would you be so kind as to double check? Kind regards, Johannes
Aaron Eisenberg
January 21, 2021
Former Trace Snow / Alpine Replay user here after Trace has finally gone unsupported this season. Sportler is a solid free tracker, which seems reasonably accurate. My major complaints are as follows. First, the share options are extremely limited. I would like it if more stat categories were available to share, such as a dashboard style compilation of stats like Trace offered. Also, the add a friend feature is not intuitive. I have had a lot of trouble adding existing sportler users to connect and be able to track each other's ski days. I have not been able to find any sort of leaderboard. There should be a sortable leaderboard, showing leaders for each mountain, for each stat category, as well as an overall daily/weekly/monthly/yearly leaderboard for all users. Additionally, like Trace, I wish this app tracked number of jumps (using the phone's accelerometer) and airtime. That would make this app so much better and stand above the many other similar apps out there.
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What's new

Improvements, error corrections and optimizations.

A few highlights
- Fixed "Unknown Filetype" error when restoring a local backup file.
- Fixed "Not yet a Sportler user" that sometimes occured when using capital letters in email addresses