First Tracks
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Check slope conditions, for skiers/snowboarders.   Demo ($10.00)
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First Tracks is a specialized Internet tracking and browsing app for Mac OS X that downloads and consolidates weather information and slope conditions for skiers and snowboarders. The software links to numerous types of free information on the Internet in the form of HTML, XML, and WML data, and combines it into an efficient user-friendly interface.
What's New
First Tracks 1.1 is still available for OSes prior to 10.3.9. As of 10/4/05, however, the functionality of First Tracks has been rolled into our "Wx" application. Wx works with OS X 10.3-10.4 (10.3.9 or later recommended).
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later



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Anonymous reviewed on 05 Feb 2005
Looks like a nice interface and good idea. But does it work for the European Ski resorts, or is it US centric?
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Downloads:2,080
Version Downloads:1,576
Type:Home Personal : Health and Fitness
License:Demo
Date:05 Oct 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $10.00
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First Tracks is a specialized Internet tracking and browsing app for Mac OS X that downloads and consolidates weather information and slope conditions for skiers and snowboarders. The software links to numerous types of free information on the Internet in the form of HTML, XML, and WML data, and combines it into an efficient user-friendly interface.


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