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Xensr Sessions App

XENSR, a company that offers sports performance measurement tools, has presented the Sessions App, a brilliantly designed application compatible with the Apple Watch 2, that lets you track your surf sessions right on your wrist. The Xensr Sessions app can track how many waves you´ve caught vs attempted, measure swell height during a session, and capture personal bests as you improve. It can also keep an eye on your health with heart rate tracking and caloric burn while surfing. You can then review your session in the iOS app with maps of all your waves, share your sessions with friends, and compete with other surfers around the world. 

You can try Sessions now free for one week, after which, it is $1.99/month




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