The 1990's called, they want their UI back Functionally it meets a relatively low barall that needs improving. UI and UX leaves a great deal to be desired. Time to oust either their outsourced developer or the current internal team that seem to be developing apps that were built when the first Android OS was delivered.
Ticket number What a stupid login does not work as guest either. Bought a ticket with number. but they typed wrong email adress, so i cant login in even can not correct it. System always say cant register. This login should be simple with name birthday and ticket number. I will not use it.
Great idea, nice work, one flaw... The app is pretty great. It adds a little more competition to skiing and snowboarding. My only problem is that it does not show your family's location on the map, but only shows the last lift they have ridden. Please make it so it shows the last run they have been on. I would also add more features for Park City. THEY STILL HAVEN'T ADDED ANY MORE LIKE A PARK CITY GUIDE FEATURE. Otherwise, I highly recommend this app.
Did not capture correctly I was at Vail and had 3 hours of skiing that were not captured. My mom had a different app running and had over twice as much distance. It is not accurate .
At least it has lift info Not a bad app, but more in-depth features such as a breakdown of the day's runs or logging speed/altitude/whatever over a run would be nice, instead of basically a trail map with social features. My real gripe however lies with the inconsistent tracking. Of the nine lifts I rode today the app only registered two. No idea how many v. ft. were missed as well.
Doesn't check me in I'm at keystone right now and it doesn't check me in or keep any stats. This is the second time I've been here in a week and this has happened. It worked fine for me at Breck. Also doesn't have Abasin.
Various fixes to increase app speed, increase crash free rate and resolve the ‘Unable to Connect’ issue.
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