Apple Watch Ultra support has been added to the popular climbing app Redpoint


Redpoint, a well-liked climbing app, has been upgraded for the Apple Watch Ultra, adding Action Button support for all climbing styles.

Redpoint tracks climbing routes and heights using the barometric sensor in your Apple Watch or iPhone as a fitness tracker for bouldering and climbing, creating an automatic logbook of your ascents.

All climbing activity counts toward shutting your rings thanks to the app’s full Apple HealthKit integration, and it supports a range of grading scales for bouldering, top rope, sport climbing, trad climbing, via ferrata, deep water soloing (psicobloc), and aid climbing.

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Climbers can interact with the Apple Watch Ultra without getting climbing chalk on the screen thanks to the Redpoint functionalities that are automatically assigned to the Action Button. These functionalities include starting a new climbing workout, logging the difficulty of a route, and logging the tick type of a route.

The Apple Watch Ultra is a larger, more sophisticated wristwatch intended for sportsmen, adventurers, swimmers, and fans of extreme sports. Apple unveiled the new Apple Watch Ultra soon. The Apple Watch Ultra costs seven ninety-nine dollars, has a silver titanium case, and can be ordered with one of three bands: Trail, Alpine, or Ocean.

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