Surfline, the app and website trusted by surfers across the globe to report conditions, has launched a new feature on both platforms. Using their pre-existing livestream cameras (there are 500 cameras positioned at popular destinations around the world), surfers use the accompanying Surfline Apple Watch app and hit record before paddling out. The livestream cameras begin recording once prompted, and when users are done, they simply tap the watch again. Almost immediately, the footage will be available to share, watch or edit on the user’s phone. The app will also keep track of how many waves were caught and how much time was spent in the water—the only challenge is staying within the camera’s frame. Read more at Engadget.