Skiline

Skiline


The new skiing experience. The Android app for the Skiline community.

Skiing is action. And and action is measurable - even for normal skiers! Register for the app at www.skiline.cc and get your skiing day as a personal performance curve in the form of a Skiline vertical meter diagram! You can also shoot your own Skimovie or compete with others in Skiline contests.

And you're there!

Once you've entered your ski pass number into the app or at www.skiline.cc you can access your personal vertical meter diagram. It shows the amount of vertical meters, slope kilometers, and lifts you've ridden on a specific skiing day. Chosen skiing locations have Skiline terminals, where you, as a Skiliner, are able to directly print out your own personal vertical meter diagram on location.

The Skimovie

Skiliners can shoot their own "Skiline Movie" in special areas of the slopes. A high definition film camera follows the skier from the entrance area to the end of the run and puts the film online, in the person's Skiline account. The participation is free for all winter sports participants, and can be used free of charge.

You can find all the details at www.skiline.cc/aboutSkiline

Features of the Android app

The app not only shows skiing fans their traveled vertical meters and skimovies, it also informs them on the best skiing locations, the number of skiing days as well as a personal skiing calendar for the all seasons.

Happy skiing!

Recent changes:
New in version 3.4:
- Design changes
- Better video experience
- Ability to share photos
- Bugfixes
- Performance improvements

New in version 3.3.0:
- Bugfixes
- Performance improvements
- Design updates
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3.9
User ratings
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Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Skiline
The new skiing experience. The Android app for the Skiline community.

Skiing is action. And and action is measurable - even for normal skiers! Register for the app at www.skiline.cc and get your skiing day as a personal performance curve in the form of a Skiline vertical meter diagram! You can also shoot your own Skimovie or compete with others in Skiline contests.

And you're there!

Once you've entered your ski pass number into the app or at www.skiline.cc you can access your personal vertical meter diagram. It shows the amount of vertical meters, slope kilometers, and lifts you've ridden on a specific skiing day. Chosen skiing locations have Skiline terminals, where you, as a Skiliner, are able to directly print out your own personal vertical meter diagram on location.

The Skimovie

Skiliners can shoot their own "Skiline Movie" in special areas of the slopes. A high definition film camera follows the skier from the entrance area to the end of the run and puts the film online, in the person's Skiline account. The participation is free for all winter sports participants, and can be used free of charge.

You can find all the details at www.skiline.cc/aboutSkiline

Features of the Android app

The app not only shows skiing fans their traveled vertical meters and skimovies, it also informs them on the best skiing locations, the number of skiing days as well as a personal skiing calendar for the all seasons.

Happy skiing!

Recent changes:
New in version 3.4:
- Design changes
- Better video experience
- Ability to share photos
- Bugfixes
- Performance improvements

New in version 3.3.0:
- Bugfixes
- Performance improvements
- Design updates

User reviews of Skiline
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
Still broken! Can't add a new ticket for Zermatt. App crashes every time on both my phone and tablet.
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Crashes Keeps crashing. Worthless on a Samsung.
A Google User
Apr 10, 2014
Buggy. Current version still buggy. Sort of/kind of works, but still pre-beta quality. Fire your developers. You're trying to fix this for months now. Your current team obviously isn't any good.
A Google User
Apr 9, 2014
Limited functionality Works fine, but not really capable.
A Google User
Mar 17, 2014
Buggy. Current version still buggy. Sort of/kind of works, but still pre-beta quality.