Watersports Tracker Whitewater

Download Watersports Tracker Whitewater for PC

By Rozga Wojciech

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2017-04-12
  • Current Version: 3.1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 74.79 MB
  • Developer: Rozga Wojciech
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 99 Ratings

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Watersports Tracker Whitewater for PC Description

Watersports tracker - the best app dedicated to watersports such as: kayaking, canoe and rafting, windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, sup, sailing and yachting. After each session you can see it on the map and check detailed statistics of your session such as: - distance - duration - max speed - average speed New features: - playback session and analyse it in details - see statistics about walking, standing and running, sprinting time and distance - save notes about each session - analyse heart rate data throughout your workout - saving paddling data to Health app - updating activity rings - audio feedback on distance and duration every mile/kilometer Watersports are dangerous - remember you do it on your own responsibility. Be safe and have fun. Creator of this app is not responsible for any damages that might occur to your Apple Watch or iPhone. This app uses subscriptions for pro features for periods: 1 Year, 6 Months, 3 Months. – Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
 – Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
– Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period – Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
 This app also uses Health app to provide: - heart rate data Remember - you need Apple Watch Series 2 to use this app. Apple Watch Series 1 is not waterproof so you can't use it in water. There is also an option to track your sessions with your phone but remember you need to use good waterproof case for that because iPhone is not water proof. Terms of Use & Privacy Policy: http://wojciech.rozga.eu/iOSApp.html

Reviews

  • Does everything I ask

    5
    By Franj1983
    First Watersports app that does what it says it does. I’m going to try the pay version soon.
  • Data Worthy

    5
    By Mister M23
    We needed an app that would track our mileage and MPH while training for The MR340 race. This provided that while also being able to save each session for comparison. Good app!
  • Auto waterproof

    5
    By MobinP
    Please insert waterproof so that it starts activating
  • Useful app, but doesn't back up your data

    3
    By pandashark
    This app is cool and I've used it for a couple of months. However today the kept crashing when I opened it, so I tried deleting and reinstalling it. The good thing is, the app no longer crashes, but the bad thing is that apparently the app doesn't back up your data anywhere, so now all my workouts are gone... I'd suggest adding backup to iCloud or some other option.
  • I paid for this app 2x!!!

    1
    By treywilly
    I paid for this app twice, because it showed that go to subscription screen and not my tracks like in the trial version. I was thinking that my trial ran out and paid again NOT COOL. The app works really good aside from this bug. You need to fix this bug ASAP, then I'll change my review!!!
  • Very useful / well worth it

    5
    By St Iannie
    I really like this app, it appears to do a great job of tracking my paddling sessions mapping them out accurately and overlaying water speed. It's also great to share with others when we start talking about where we've been, duration, speeds, submerged rocks I've hit (oops) etc It's a bit like Strava for kayaks, without the intervals. It's also supported on my Apple Watch which is how I use it on the water. The heart rate function is ok but doesn't look super responsive, but I think that's because I'm using the watch which takes the pulse from the wrist - haven't tried a chest band which should work better (as it does on the bike) The developer actively wants feedback and is very responsive to new ideas and improvements.

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