Not that impressed Tried this because it said it would work with gpx, but after 5 separate attempts I couldn't import the gpx file now matter what email account I used. I couldnt find the option to open it and my phone just repeated that there was no app available to open this file.
Desperately needs an update A good app, but hasn't been updated since December 2014 (according to the Google Play log). Bike Hub offers more choice over Google Maps bike routes, but support for Android Wear would be a nice addition.
I thought this should be good as it is 'government funded' but it is so poor as to be useless. I played with it for half an hour, its UX and functionality are nothing short of diabolical. On 100Mb WiFi it downloads map tiles slower than I could construct a road to ride on. Its maximum zoom is nowhere near close enough to find a location. It's so bad compared to other apps, I know I shan't use it so may as well uninstall it. On behalf of the British tax payers - can we have our money back please?
Good but needs a little more development Requires data plan to retrieve gps file via email. Unable to change default file path to link saved tracks on sim card and therefore not truly offline. Navigation voice is quiet and no volume option. Have yet to test offroad but think more road based? I have yet to find better but actively searching
Would like to love it.... ....but updated OS to Marshmallow and have lost the 3 dots so I can no longer search for a location.
Good app. will be great as it evolves Excellent basic routing. Map spins round when stationery which means you struggle with directions. A to A mileage option does not seem to be present. Looking forward to next version and improvements..
New in 3.5: -
- Bug fixes
New in 3.4: -
- Added website links for British Cycling Clubs.
- Bug fixes.
New in 3.3: -
- Search and discover local British cycling clubs.
- Import routes from GPX file email attachments.
- Editable favourites.
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