Watch Altimeter Pro is a Altimeter App designed especially for Apple Watch 2 and 3.
Get a beautiful graph of your hike or drive and use the beautiful complication on your Watch Face.
Did not work while flying powered paraglider
I’m afraid it just didn’t work while I was flying my powered paraglider.
Pretty great little attitude app.
This is a great little app, which is simple but does exactly what it is supposed to do: put an altitude complication on the face of my Apple Watch. It is well worth the two dollar price tag, and I’m very happy with its functionality.
App does not work
It does not show up on my watch at all!
Great Altimeter App
This Altimeter app is the only one that I have found that have the complications update automatically for the Apple Watch. The developer is constantly working to make this app better and he is quick to respond to any questions you may have. Look forward to future updates.
Complication does not work
I setup the app as one of the face complications. The complication just says the word “Altimeter” and does not show the altitude. Also I have tried using the phone app to set the accuracy to best and very best, but the watch app never updates. It stays at +/- 60 feet regardless of the setting in the phone app. App does NOT function as advertised.
Would love to see large size complication view
I purchased for the Apple Watch complication and love the ease of use, but I can only seem to use the small complication size and I would love to be able to use the larger center complication possibly with elevation gain and decline on the view. This would make for a 5 Star app! Thank you!
Don’t waste your money
Don’t waste your money the complication doesn’t work as advertised, this app is bogus!
Edit: It does work, but only on certain watch faces. It requires a watch face with lots of space in the area it’s placed in, otherwise its blank...I’ll give it another star for at least functioning somewhat
Complications do not work
Complication does not work as advertised. Please refund or fix issue. Also if it is using the barometer from the watch why does it require the phone to be present, and why do the units change to m once the phone is no longer present.
My question was answered!
By Chuck Cunningham
This app came along in response to a request I had for an altimeter complication on the Apple Watch. I was amazed how a GPS and barometer equipped, fitness oriented device such as the AW had no at-a-glance elevation functionality like a Casio Triple Sensor. This app does exactly that, is plenty accurate (I’ve checked it against known elevations on USGS maps at several locations), and does not accelerate battery drain. It even records your recent elevation gain or loss, a great feature for hikers. If you use your AW for outdoor activities, it’s a must have.