An easy to use platform with numerous interesting features, the User first decides their ‘rush' and then follows the intuitive search and filtering options that allows them to compare routes, choose their objective and then easily collect all of the information needed as well as the latest updates on conditions.
AU also includes numerous safety features such as geo-located SOS calling and messaging as well as a 'Big Brother' that creates a safety link to those that could help in the event of a problem.
AU uses GPS background location. Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.
To start with, I do not like to have to login to just SEE what information is there about a route. And that after having gone through several search steps, which is annoying. So that is where I quit. Then there is just very sparse information there. Bernese Alps: zero. Grivola: not there. Well, I understand that takes time. But besides the possible convenience of an app, and the 'social' aspect, it is better to resort to the well know sites with information that has been built up by volunteers during many YEARS. Technically it looks alright, at first glance