News: Ripxx Releases Ski And Snowboard Application For Android

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Dec. 7, 2010

Spring HIll, Tennessee – The much anticipated release is finally here. Following the Ripxx iPhone app release, Android users continuously asked, “Is there an Android version?” As of December 6, Ripxx Ski and Snowboard for Android is officially on the market. See where you are and what you are doing for only $4.99.

The company who brought you the original sports performance measurement device, and sponsor of Teton Gravity Research, and the US Bobsled, Skeleton, and Luge teams is now bringing you the ultimate Android ski and snowboard application. With over 200 of the Nation’s top resorts mapped out and fully interactive, there is so much you can do when you hit the slopes.

Teton Gravity Research athlete, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa said, “The Ripxx is a cool device to use when you’re shredding. It shows things that you have never been able to gage in action sports. We all get to the bottom of a run and compare our speeds to see who did the best.”

With the Ripxx ski and snowboard app you can:

View over 200 of the Nation’s top resorts

Get instant feedback from your run (time, speed, distance, vertical drop)

View your exact lines color-coded by speed

Save your runs and compare later

Find trails color-coded by difficulty

Find ski lifts and other resort options

View your ski results straight from your phone

“The Ripxx Android app is a super cool tool for action sports. Anyone who is pushing the boundaries and trying to throw down should have what the Ripxx app provides. I mean who wouldn’t want to be able to tell their friends that they had the top speed on their last run?” said Todd Jones, co-founder of Teton Gravity Research.

For the first time ever, get everything you need for a day on the powder straight from your phone. See where you are and what you are doing. Paper maps and stop watches are a thing of the past. Download the Ripxx ski and snowboard app today.

Here's a quick promo of Ripxx's standalone device:

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