It depends from what angle you look at it and who you ask. Ski apps can measure the speed you fly down the mountain, many would think this is popular with the young spring chickens, the teenagers and the seasonairres, but it seems to be trending throughout all age groups and causing fierce competition between other skiers.
In the era where most people live in the fast lane, be it at work or leisure, everyone has a smart phone, download apps and want to be trending with everyone else. There are, of course, pros and cons of this ski app phenomenon; we take look at the apps, which could enhance your ski holiday, the most common are those that track your speed.
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