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Skydive Altimeter

Skydive Altimeter

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Skydiving altimeter simulator for students to practice altitude awareness.

4.4 Ratings 31+ Reviews 1K+ Downloads

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  • Helped me a lot Sep 26, 2014

    By Mick@nite
    Getting ready for my first AAF jump this app helped me practice my COA and gave me a better grasp of how much time I have before deploying the canopy. It was 99 cents well spent
  • Sep 29, 2015

    By John Chiasson
    Would be much more useful in landscape mode on a wrist mount for AFF training. Also adding a pause / resume button would be nice (maybe just use multitouch on the face). Does it take into account the slower initial freefall due to acceleration, or just use a linear model? Edit: Still no landscape? Metric face is a nice add, but would be most useful if it had another face with both scales so the metric challenged instructors can assist the metric savvy students.
  • Well done! Sep 1, 2012

    By dandaninc
    Excellent app! Very well designed and useful! Thank you for for this tool. I'm sure it will help tons of people new to the sport! Cheers! Someone owes you beer!
  • Sep 12, 2016

    By Peter Schichtel
    Is there a way to rotate the screen 90 degrees, so they it could be used with running armbands and it is oriented correctly?
  • Instructor Feb 18, 2013

    By Hpskydive
    Sure beats buying a count down altimeter.
  • Jan 13, 2016

    By Danny Grant
    Great little tool. Would be a nice touch to have a digital mode too
  • Jan 4, 2014

    By Greg MixedUp
    Helped me.
  • Jan 4, 2014

    By Tyrone Wheeler
    Great app!
  • Aug 31, 2012

    By A Google user
    As a student, I did a lot if dirt diving with the mechanical practice altimeter at the dz to correct my altitude awareness issues. This app lets you continue that practice realistically in the comfort of home. A-64019
  • Dec 11, 2012

    By Louis Rivera
    At the time of post Im currently an AFF student at Skydive San Diego. I can say this is one essential tool for any beginner skydive student to practice COA with mock dive flows on the ground before the real deal. Worth every penny! Thanks for the fix!
  • Helped me a lot Sep 26, 2014

    By Mick@nite
    Getting ready for my first AAF jump this app helped me practice my COA and gave me a better grasp of how much time I have before deploying the canopy. It was 99 cents well spent
  • Sep 29, 2015

    By John Chiasson
    Would be much more useful in landscape mode on a wrist mount for AFF training. Also adding a pause / resume button would be nice (maybe just use multitouch on the face). Does it take into account the slower initial freefall due to acceleration, or just use a linear model? Edit: Still no landscape? Metric face is a nice add, but would be most useful if it had another face with both scales so the metric challenged instructors can assist the metric savvy students.
  • Well done! Sep 1, 2012

    By dandaninc
    Excellent app! Very well designed and useful! Thank you for for this tool. I'm sure it will help tons of people new to the sport! Cheers! Someone owes you beer!
  • Sep 12, 2016

    By Peter Schichtel
    Is there a way to rotate the screen 90 degrees, so they it could be used with running armbands and it is oriented correctly?
  • Instructor Feb 18, 2013

    By Hpskydive
    Sure beats buying a count down altimeter.
  • Jan 13, 2016

    By Danny Grant
    Great little tool. Would be a nice touch to have a digital mode too
  • Jan 4, 2014

    By Greg MixedUp
    Helped me.
  • Jan 4, 2014

    By Tyrone Wheeler
    Great app!
  • Aug 31, 2012

    By A Google user
    As a student, I did a lot if dirt diving with the mechanical practice altimeter at the dz to correct my altitude awareness issues. This app lets you continue that practice realistically in the comfort of home. A-64019
  • Dec 11, 2012

    By Louis Rivera
    At the time of post Im currently an AFF student at Skydive San Diego. I can say this is one essential tool for any beginner skydive student to practice COA with mock dive flows on the ground before the real deal. Worth every penny! Thanks for the fix!

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  • Helped me a lot Sep 26, 2014

    By Mick@nite
    Getting ready for my first AAF jump this app helped me practice my COA and gave me a better grasp of how much time I have before deploying the canopy. It was 99 cents well spent
  • Well done! Sep 1, 2012

    By dandaninc
    Excellent app! Very well designed and useful! Thank you for for this tool. I'm sure it will help tons of people new to the sport! Cheers! Someone owes you beer!
  • Instructor Feb 18, 2013

    By Hpskydive
    Sure beats buying a count down altimeter.
  • Jan 13, 2016

    By Danny Grant
    Great little tool. Would be a nice touch to have a digital mode too
  • Jan 4, 2014

    By Greg MixedUp
    Helped me.
  • Jan 4, 2014

    By Tyrone Wheeler
    Great app!
  • Aug 31, 2012

    By A Google user
    As a student, I did a lot if dirt diving with the mechanical practice altimeter at the dz to correct my altitude awareness issues. This app lets you continue that practice realistically in the comfort of home. A-64019
  • Dec 11, 2012

    By Louis Rivera
    At the time of post Im currently an AFF student at Skydive San Diego. I can say this is one essential tool for any beginner skydive student to practice COA with mock dive flows on the ground before the real deal. Worth every penny! Thanks for the fix!
  • Sep 12, 2016

    By Peter Schichtel
    Is there a way to rotate the screen 90 degrees, so they it could be used with running armbands and it is oriented correctly?
  • Sep 29, 2015

    By John Chiasson
    Would be much more useful in landscape mode on a wrist mount for AFF training. Also adding a pause / resume button would be nice (maybe just use multitouch on the face). Does it take into account the slower initial freefall due to acceleration, or just use a linear model? Edit: Still no landscape? Metric face is a nice add, but would be most useful if it had another face with both scales so the metric challenged instructors can assist the metric savvy students.
  • Sep 6, 2012

    By A Google user
    Poor UI, but just works. Nice features. Very helpful simulation for AFF students.

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