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Ski and Boarding Run tracker Apps. What works? What Sucks? Whats New?

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Ski and Boarding Run tracker Apps. What works? What Sucks? Whats New?

The one that I used to use for a few seasons "ALLSNOW" seems down and gone and I use Trace Snow occasionaly.
Which apps are to be skipped and avoided? Free is best if that is a option. Prefer runs overlayed on a real google map of the Ski area so can find missed areas and Gladed tree run access points.

Best snowhunting this season to all :)
 
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skef

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I use Ski Tracks. I don’t have big demands, but it does do that Google Map overlay you want, and more. It was free when I got it; I notice there’s now a Lite version, too.
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da-bum

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I use to use Trace Snow also, but wasn't able to login with my new phone. So on my first day skiing this season, I logged my day with Trace Snow (on my old phone), Ski Tracks and Ski Tracker. I couldn't upload to Trace Snow at the end of the day. Ski Tracker's run count and vertical feet was way off, and it restarted a new session when I went into the app during lunch. It doesn't require a login, thus data are stored on the phone. Ski Tracks seems to be most accurate, but it auto-paused during lunch and didn't resume on it own. It has a login, but I don't know if it uploads the data or have a web portal to view your data in more detail like Trace Snow. I couldn't login to their website with my app login, so I don't know why they would have a web portal login.
 
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