10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
Also in : Hiking
- Sharing options
- Integration with Google Maps and Google Docs
- Other sensors devices supported
- Tracking profile
- Needs to be more accurate
- Pause button is needed
- Forcecloses and crashes in some devices
My Tracks is an app for tracking on the map your routes
Use My Tracks while you run, ride, hike or whatever you want to do outdoors. My Tracks use GPS to record the path you took. It's better if you use network and GPS for a more accurate tracking. It will take your data and gather statistics about your time, speed, distance or elevation. What's more you upload that info to Google My Maps, Google Fusion Tables or Google Docs. When you do so, you have to set a track name and type (city/running for instance). You can add a description too.
You can also share your tracks via Twitter or Facebook to challenge your friends and yourself. What's more, you can check your tracks out on Google Maps web version, make them public or share it with your friends.
Besides your built-in Android GPS, you can track from other external sensors: Zephyr, ANT Heart Rate, and others (take a glance at developer's changelog to know which ones are supported).
MyTracks has been developed by My Tracks Team at Google, this is the only app they've launched on the market.
The idea is fantastic, but the app doesn't work as good as we expected. It forcecloses in some devices, it isn't accurate enough and needs a "pause" button to let the user stop the tracking when he/she wants, and not when they stop.
With My Tracks, you can sync and share your tracks via Google Drive. For sharing, you can share tracks with friends, see the tracks your friends have shared with you, or make tracks public and share their URLs via Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc. In addition to Google Drive, you can also export your tracks to Google Maps, Google Fusion Tables, Google Spreadsheets, or external storage.
My Tracks uses the GPS sensor in your device to record geographic and velocity statistics, but the app also syncs with third-party biometric sensors, including:
- Zephyr HxM Bluetooth heart rate monitor
- Polar WearLink Bluetooth heart rate monitor
- ANT+ heart rate and speed distance monitors (these require an ANT+ compatible phone)
My Tracks is an open source project. If you like to contribute, please visit:
- insert photo markers
- calculate calories burned
- play multiple tracks in Google Earth
Going to give this a test run
Yep, one of the favourite apps of mine.Works perfectly with my galaxy s4.
I used to love this app and have used it for several years. However, v2.0.6 (latest) frequently drops segments (i.e. track/path) and therefore under reports distance and path. The elevation gain data is now consistently over reported (e.g. ~98,000 ft. on