Pinnacle Climb Log

Pinnacle Climb Log

By Nick Romano

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2017-08-17
  • Current Version: 2.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 52.15 MB
  • Developer: Nick Romano
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 114 Ratings

Description

Log your Rock Climbing workouts on Apple Watch or iPhone. Only one tap to log a climb and one long tap to log an attempt. Track your progress at the gym, capture heart rate information, calories burned and analyze and compare the workouts on your phone. The Today Widget allows you to track your climbs without having to unlock your phone. The Apple Watch app works completely offline, leave your phone in your bag and sync your workouts when you're done. Healthkit Integration: Pinnacle integrates with the Activities and Health App on your phone to show your heart rate during your climbing workouts and contribute to the Activity rings. Locations: Pinnacle can also track the location of your workouts using the GPS on your Apple Watch or iPhone if available. Compatible with Strava: Sync your workouts to your Strava profile including heart rate, energy burned, location, and max difficulty. One time purchase includes unlimited syncing of climbs. Works with Boulder, Top Rope, Lead, and Trad routes. Supports the Hueco V, Fontainebleau, and Brazilian scales for bouldering and the Yosemite Decimal (USA), France, UIAA, Great Britain, Australia, Brazilian scales for rope climbing.

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Reviews

  • So handy!

    5
    By TheKL
    As someone just starting to climb, this is great to see my progress! One thing I would like to see added is the ability to see “average” over time. For instance, I would see the average gradually rise over the last month, 6 months, 2 years, etc.
  • Does exactly what you want!

    5
    By yertle38
    I didn’t even know I was missing an app like this. It’s perfect for gym climbing. Track your climbs and see you progress, and it also saves a Workout in Health. Very quick to use. The attempted long press is a little finicky with not activating 3D Touch, but it’s better than not having it or requiring an extra tap.
  • Very Good

    2
    By Dgiydcjihgdaegb
    I’d like a complication so I can launch this directly from a watch face. Also scrolling with the wheel is strange in this. Maybe it should scroll more like the messages app. I still use this every time I climb—I don’t think there’s anything better. Good app. If I forget to end session and do it a day or two later, it helpfully assumes any calories I burned not climbing never happened and deletes them from the activity app. Maybe an hour after my last climb it could automatically end session.
  • Great app for climbing

    5
    By joshreviewer1234987
    Works really well to track your climbs, the difficulty and your heart rate all from your watch!
  • Epic AF

    5
    By haleakala28
    This app is what I've been waiting for for years. No more excel spreadsheets !! :-D
  • The numbers don’t lie

    5
    By JayGrove
    I love this app. It’s great statistics on my climbs and helps me keep an accurate count of the workout I’ve done. I recommend it to everyone at the gym. Works great on my series 2 Apple Watch. I wish I could see my heart rate during the workout is my only suggestion. I love that you added the ability to change disciplines mid workout. Thanks for making this app!
  • Works great, room for improvement.

    5
    By ethanb416
    The app works great on my Apple Watch Series 3. You start a session and tap the route difficulty after your climb to log it. Heart rate is tracked and workouts/calories are credited to your Apple Health data if you want. Super simple, but there is room for improvement. Sometimes I’m so exhausted after a climb that I forget to log the route. It would be very useful if the app could detect when I stop descending and give me a vibration to remind me to log the route. Even better, the app could take the approach that the Ski Tracks app uses to track skiing - it auto detects when you’re going up and down, logging metrics like vertical descent, descent rate, descent time, etc so you can get a nice overview of each of your runs. If that model was adopted, you would be able to see how you are progressing on a particular route over time (ie, am I climbing it quicker, how high did I climb on failed attempts, etc). Overall, would recommend 5/5 and I’m excited to see how this develops.
  • Doesn’t worth with iPhone SE

    2
    By PoorAlaska
    The app doesn’t resize for different iPhones. On my iPhone 6, on the widget screen, you can barely see the end session button. On iPhone SE, you can’t see the end session button at all. Makes the app completely unusable on iPhone SE. I literally have to delete the app to end the session.
  • Awesome but...

    3
    By Motlee2
    Been using Pinnacle for a couple months now. It works 90% of the time, but that 10% where it doesn’t save your session is frustrating. I thought the update had fixed it but alas my last session was not saved. Otherwise, super easy to use, and I love the updates that I’ve gotten just in the short time I’ve been using it.
  • Great app for gym climbing!!!

    4
    By esasaki
    Great app for gym climbing! Been using it for a few weeks and it has been awesome to keep track of my progress.

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