The Absolute Best Elevation Tracking App & Apple/Pebble Watches Are Supported!!!! Awesome App and worth every penny I paid for it!!!!! I have eustation tube dysfunction, which means that the tube that connects your inner ear to the back of your throat is narrow and/or blocked, and when you change elevation you cannot get your ears to “Pop” and equalize the pressure and so when you’re going up/down a mountain the air in your ears expands or compresses respectively based on the atmospheric pressure of your starting point vs your destination and can cause mild discomfort to excruciating pain. I use this every single time that I have to drive up or down some mountains and when I’m done driving I love to see the elevation histogram to see how much I went up, down and the overall elevation change. This helps me to keep track of how the pressure changes and gives me a better understanding of why my ears hurt as much or as little as they do.
Basically it does not work. Waste of money.
This App can't even tell you what elevation you have claimed or descended during a hike or ski. You can not get a reading unless you stop the tracking. If you hike a 1100ft peak and track starting at the trailhead returning to the same trailhead your elevation reading gained is ZERO! Duh! Who needs an app for that. It does not provide cumulative number of feet or meters actually climbed. Get a basic altimeter and do your own calculating. The app is a waste.
App elevation if off by more than 100 feet. If I go up a mountain and back down it reports a elevation much higher than I started with. Doesn't truly support background app refresh. App constantly crashes or has to be reopened. Doesn't always track elevation and it would be able to use the up/down buttons on the Pebble to look at elevation gain, start/max elevation. Thanks, Mike
Won't detect movement. Reported 11' Elevation change walking in my living room (but still did not detect I was moving) tested several times. No luck at all. IPhone 5 latest iOS release.