So easy and useful! It can't get any more simple! When you want to start tracking g, you hit the red button. Want to pause or stop? Hit those buttons! There is so much detail supplied about your routes and the accuracy is quite good. I've found it to consistently be no further than 10 ft off. Routes are automatically saved, which is nice. I use it for kayaking, but hikers, route drivers, etc all can use this app.
Love the app..Idea for improvement Would it he possible to integrate the pics we take on a trip and show exactly where they were taken on the map?? My only complaint is the top speed. I use it on a sportbike and it has never read a top speed over 108 mph, even if my speedo says it hit 140.
The best solution I've found. I'm a driving instructor who occasionally has to take students to unfamiliar test centres. Using this I can get a good idea of the areas they may cover on their test. Used in conjunction with OSMand I can not only trace their routes but also follow them at a later date. Fantastic bit of software!!!
great, easy to use, questions answered on FAQ page immediately! I wish I had found this sooner! only issue is it takes a lot of battery.. but that's probably more due to my older phone (moto x, almost 3 y/o) than anything else.
Hey! No words to say, I is very useful to track our way to return to our destinations when we travel in unknown paths. And to check vehicle mileage. I also has optimizations(which does not drain battery faster). Ok.really i found nice app ever. THANKS a lot to application developers.
Geo Tracker. Great tool. I really like this app. Easy to use. It works even when not in cell tower range, if your smart phone does have GPS. The only thing I woud change is to put the current speed in big letters in the middle of the display. This would help when riding your street bicycle.
• Added an ability to share trip statistics screenshot via Facebook, Twitter, etc.
• Added an ability to build statistics charts based on duration;
• Added an ability to view charts fullscreen with zoom by tapping them;