Keep a tick list of the problems you climb. You decide how much to record: track only your most memorable sends, or go detailed and keep a journal for all of your attempts at a boulder problem. It's as flexible as you want it to be.
Every climber has a "to-do" list of projects to climb. Boulder Problems makes it simple to keep track of your projects so you always remember what you're training for.
It's great that mega-hard problems are going down around the world, but we're more interested in our local scene. So we give you a personalized "following" list to keep tabs on your friends, or any activity at your home crags.
For you data nerds, we provide charts and graphs of the most useful and interesting statistics. At a glance, see breakdowns of your climbing history by date, difficulty, and more.
Already tracking your tick list elsewhere? No problem, we'll import your tick list from most other major apps. But we'll never lock you in! You can export your data any time as a standard text-based spreadsheet.
Let's face it: bouldering is hard work, and you're proud when you send your projects. Boulder Problems seamlessly publishes your sends to Facebook Timeline (if you choose!) so your friends can see and comment on them.