If you're a man who wants to be winter at all times, you're probably a fan of snowboarding or skiing. The big snow can cause big disturbances sometimes, but if there is no work, and just play a very good adventure on the slopes, literally.
If you plan to start your ski and snowboard holiday season, have you considered some useful applets that help you make your life easier while away? We examined the top 3 rails that should not be left at home.
# 1 Ski Resort Maps Application
Quickly navigate to the ski resort where you are staying, with this application you are a digital guide; it is also useful if you are prone to being lost. 22 most popular ski slopes across Europe and America. Using the GPS location quickly identifies bars, hotels, ski lifts, etc. In the resort you are staying in. You can also mark your location as you go to the sun, tracking where you went and what you did. The resorts currently available in the applications are:
-AUSTRIA: Lech, St. Anton, Kitzbühel, St. Johann in Tirol
-FRANCE: Chamonix, Avoriaz, Méribel, Val d'Isère, Courchevel, Val Thorens, Brides les Bains, La Tania, St. Martin de Belleville, Les Menuires
-GOOD: Zermatt, Verbier, St. Moritz
-USA: Aspen, Snowmass village, writer, Vail
# 2 Theodolite Free
This is a very beautiful little app that uses the expanded reality that provides compass, GPS, zoom range and two axis inclinometer. It works with the iPhone camera to detect real-time situations such as position, height, and height. Useful for most trips, but it would be good for hiking, boating, winter sports and general travel. This app is also sold in the iTunes navigation category until September 2010.
# 3 REALSKI
Another Extensible Reality Trail app. Suitable for iPhone 4 or 3GS that uses the compass and camera functions to overcome the ski slopes and the most important mountain resorts in America. There are also 80 downloadable maps available for download. To use this app, you only show your phone on the site as if you were taking a picture and watching the screen when displaying platform names, ski slopes, and resorts on the display.