BikeGPX - Free cycle navigator

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About this app

Use this app to follow GPX paths on your Android device when out riding your bike.

Easily send GPX files to your phone from your Mac or PC - no account required.
Updated on
Nov 18, 2019

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241 reviews
A Google user
December 6, 2018
The App is simple but it gets the job done. I've just bought the premium version to have the signal sounds. Some suggestions for the developers: It would really great to have a zoom option, without it, it is not easy, sometime, to see the map and if I zoom manually the app stops to follow my position. Another great thing to have would be a timer, to see how long you have been cycling.
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A Google user
August 24, 2019
Good potential but some shortcomings. The good: simple and straight forward. 3D navigation view. Large speed display. The bad: Really thin, almost invisible, line indicating the route. Poor choice for the position cursor (small and "water" blue arrow). A few times I thought it was part of a lake or river. Does not indicate the true current distance (I do not follow exactly the loaded road). Cannot end the ride (no finish button). Keeping it for now but not paying extra in this state.
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Nicola Mori
March 19, 2021
Simple and functional app that does exactly what is needed: show the route. Its only huge shortcoming is the usage of Google Maps (I guess): they are almost useless for off-road MTB rides. The low contrast and the lack of the vast majority of off-road paths sometimes make it really difficult to follow the preloaded route. If the app would use OpenStreetMaps it would deserve a 5 star rating.
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What's new

This version adds preliminary support for Shimano Di2 Bluetooth gear display, including displaying current gear, current synchro mode and - in adjustment mode - front and rear adjustment parameters on the dashboard. Requires compatible Bluetooth sender, and may not work with SC-MT800 display. Note that for track logging, gear selection is logged internally, but will not yet be exported in GPX files.