Surfline Just Released The World’s Best Surfing App

Aug 1, 2019

Category: Tech

With fitness-oriented apps, peripherals, and lifestyles rising in popularity over the past few years, it makes sense that alternative mediums are beginning to develop their very own software for bespoke tracking endeavors. Now, the team at Surfline — one of the sport’s most trusted sources for news, forecasts, and environmental cognizance — have released their highly-anticipated smartphone app extension, Surfline Sessions.

As one of the premier proprietors of live video, swell reports, and climate forecasts around the world, Surfline has been a godsend for the contemporary surfer, offering up-to-the-minute reports, footage, and conditional measurements for the world’s most sought-after beaches. To bolster the company’s already-successful smartphone app, the Surfline Sessions extension will allow individuals to track their own fitness statistics, compile video footage, and create custom surf ques to aggregate all of their data from a session. All you need is access to the company’s $95/year Premium membership and either a Rip Curl Search GPS Watch or an Apple Watch and you’ll be able to track everything from calories burned, wave count, consistency, and paddle distance, all the way to specialized swell details with just the touch of a button. And, with over 600 high-definition cameras in the world’s most attractive surf locations, you’ll be able to look back on your footage for future reference. Head to the company’s website to learn more.

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