|Provided By:||My Tracks Team at Google|
Use My Tracks while you run, bike, hike, or do anything else outdoors, and it will use the GPS sensor in your phone to record the path you took. It will also gather useful statistics such as time, speed, distance, and elevation. You can review all of this data live, or you can save it for use later. While you're out, you can mark relevant waypoints, and can ask to hear automatic voice announcements about your progress.
My Tracks can record data from external sensors:
- Zephyr Technology Consumer HxM Bluetooth heart rate monitor
- ANT heart rate monitors (*)
- SRM power meters, speed, and cadence sensors (*)
- More sensor support coming soon
* ANT and SRM support requires an ANT-compatible phone)
My Tracks can share your track data:
- As a GPX, TCX, KML, or CSV file
- Using Google Maps, Google Docs, or Google Fusion Tables
- Via Twitter or Facebook
- Record in Metric or Customary units (configured from the Recording menu, under Settings)
- Display your movement in terms of Speed or Pace (configured from the Display menu, under Settings)
My Tracks is run by volunteers and Googlers in their 20% time. If you would like to contribute, please visit:
Lots of bug fixes.
Content rating: Low Maturity
3 - June 23, 2011 - Daniel
Cool app ...but does not have mile markers and time splits shown on the route u took
4 - June 23, 2011 - Jessica
There should be an option to shut off voice updates without having to mannually lower your phone volume.
5 - June 23, 2011 - Robert
Awesome app! I use it with TrackerSavvy app to log my weight track my water intake.
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