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Torque - Parkour & Freerunning has 20 user reviews.
Torque - Parkour & Freerunning has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Torque - Parkour & Freerunning (2.2.1) was released on Nov 28, 2019.
Torque - Parkour & Freerunning was downloaded 1,000+ times.
You can download Torque - Parkour & Freerunning here:.
Torque is an app created by traceurs for traceurs.
- Search spots close to you. See the ratings of those who have already been there and
the pictures taken in each spot, so you can choose the one that suits you.
- Look for events like workshops and jams, read all details and add them to your calendar.
- Share with other Parkour fans your favorite spots and publish events you organize in order to maximize the participation.
- Receive notifications if someone reports a new spot or a new event near you.
NO LOGIN required to see spots and events. Login will be required only when you want to contribute with a report, a rating or a photo.
This app requires location permissions. This means it will ask you if you want to let it know your location. This information is used just to simplify your life by automatically center the map on you. You can use the app also without this feature, but you will be forced to navigate manually to your location every time you need.
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