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Another issue seems to have popped up. In-process tracks aren't showing up. They do, with background maps, one I get home and connect to the Internet. I don't have extensive data on my phone, so it's off most of the time. Anyway, that wouldn't make much difference, because I'm ususlly hiking out of cell phone range. Anyway, prior to the last couple of hikes, the in-process tracks would draw on the screen, albeit without the background map. Even without the map, the track is valuable to assure I don't get lost (can follow myself back to the start point). Did you make some change in the the latest update? Been using it several years for hiking. Been sending the hike track info to my fellow hikers. But, latest update is now smothered with ads, and I can no longer figure out how to forward the data. What the hell have you done? You took a damn useful app, and destroyed half of it. This is a followup. After posting the above, Olaf and I communicated, and resolved the issue. I don't know that either of us did anything creative. The phone/app seemed to fix itself. Either way, I'm good. I only use this app for hike tracking, and sending the results to my fellow hikers. The app is straight-forward to use, and easy to share data albeit only through G-mail (a minor annoyance). The ads are a new, and also relatively minor annoyance. But, all things considered, you can kill that annoyance for a one-time $1.49. So, why crab about it? the poor guy's gotta make a living.
12 people found this review helpful
September 25, 2019
Thanks for the feedback. We haven't modified the sharing functionality of Track My Trip with the latest updates. There must be something else going wrong. Please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a short description of the operations which don't work anymore.
Exactly what I needed it to do! Needed an app to record bus routes so I could study them later. This was almost perfect!. My only complaint is that you can't (yet?) Click on a portion of the route and have your speed pop up. I was hoping to review that too. They do have a speed graph, but that is hard to match up with the particular section of route.
8 people found this review helpful
I like this app. It gives me a fairly accurate depiction of my trips. But mostly it is an overview of the total trip. However, I would find it more useful if I could click on any point along the route and get speed and elevation data for that point. Much of my driving is in the mountains and speeds vary greatly depending on ascent and decent, road conditions and traffic. I would like to be able to see which parts of my trips are more difficult.
9 people found this review helpful