Worth it despite flaws Rode 98 miles today with lots of unfamiliar turns. Unlike a year ago, Cuesheet never missed a turn. The only issue was 1 crash (the app not me) which was also an improvement. No noticeable battery drain. Priorities for upgrades: if off course the app should adjust automatically to get you back on. That should solve having to manually fast forward after the app crashes, which is annoying. Despite its flaws, all in all it made my ride today MUCH easier. Definitely better than paper cues so worth a few $
Inconsistent, not reliable I tried to use the app today on a 41 mile bike ride. At mile #10, the app stopped working. I tried to get the app running and it crashed 4 times. I gave up and my phone back in my saddle bag. At mile #36, the app suddenly came to life on its own and gave me directions for the last 5 miles of my ride. At this point, I'll stick with a paper cue sheet and fire up the app if I get lost
Not worth the hassle Went on a 50 mile, I knew the start of the ride so only used it for the second part for when I didn't know the route. The app kept dropping GPS so either there so no blue dot or it was miles behind. And that was when the app was wasn't crashing, in the space of an hour it must of crashed at least 12 times, which meant each time I needed to stop and restart it. One time it even caused my phone to freeze. Due to the above the app added 25 mins to my ride.
Shame, but it's a Waste of Time I've persevered with this for ages, but I've given up now. I've just tried to use it for a 50 mile ride and it crashed before the first direction! It then had no idea where I was in the ride and never caught up with the directions. It even crashed virtually every time I tried to use it just to refer to the mapping. It's a shame because it's a good idea and I can't seem to find an alternative, but in its current state it's simply no use whatsoever.
Not perfect but pretty good Best to do a clean start each time. Although it sometimes hangs during startup it has never failed while actually riding. You can even start mid-ride provided you manually set the next cue.
Unusable Crashes when trying to load a gpx file
V 2.241: Fixed Crash on Android 5.x
V 2.339: Fixed latest connection issues with RWGPS.
V 2.327: Fixed Rides downloading due to change on RWGPS
V 2.313: Fixed Crash on selecting downloaded ride.
V 2.312: Pre-Download maps before your ride to save on broadband charges. V 2.278: Improved Map Icons. Off-course warning (BETA).
V 2: Major Upgrade!
Turn By Turn Directions With English Voice Prompts in the CueSheetProPack in-app-purchase
Can lock screen rotation.