November 9, 2020 | Version 1.45
Using your application since 4 years ans I'm pleased. No it's not free, but for those few little Euro's you ask?! Well it's amazing & cheap, against all the programmatic hours and your fast response to any of my questions.
February 2, 2020 | Version 1.33
Excellent. Very useful for kite and windsurf, i have vivoactive HR.
October 12, 2019 | Version 1.33
The app is not free!☹️
October 7, 2019 | Version 1.32
Kostet ab jetzt.
June 28, 2019 | Version 1.30
Why should I pay for the app now? Deinstalled since other apps with the same functionality are available for free. Btw: the jumping high measurement sounds interesting but is inaccurate +/-3m
July 20, 2019, Surfy66
You are right ! In fact, why should we pay for our Garmin watch ? It would be better to get it for free... Do you know all the work/hours behind such app ? Last thing: I bet you will search for a long time before you can find an application with the same features for free on the IQ store. Good luck ! Don't want to answer more...
March 24, 2019 | Version 1.25
Раньше было бесплатным. Ничем особенно от плавания/ горные лыжи/ сноуборд не отличается. Высоту прыжков пишет от балды сравнивали с Woo. Кроме как красивого названия в календаре занятий толку никакого. Поэтому теперь в топку...
January 7, 2019 | Version 1.25
Great aplication, with a lot of information in the display and recorded to a .fit file.
October 4, 2018 | Version 1.24
Downloaded to my device but it says that I have to pay www.paypal.me/Surfy66 - how do I (a) know what the cost is, (b) connect that payment to my account, and (c) update my Fenix3 details so that it works?
October 4, 2018, Surfy66
Hello Chase and thanks for your comment: everything is written in te text description of the app, just read it and you will find all you need
July 29, 2018 | Version 1.21
Hi! First of all great that such kind of app exists now!
I just wanted to test the app on my FR235. Recording is working well so far but somehow jump height remains by 0 although just throwing the watch in the air (higher than 1m) should trigger something? Acceleration is recorded...