*** New *** Charting has been expanded to allow you to chart either elevation or speed against either distance or elapsed time! Location Tracker allows you to take advantage of your device’s GPS receiver, and Nokia’s maps or Google’s maps, to track your location wherever your adventures take you! You can create, view, edit, upload and download GPX tracks enabling you to be even more engrossed in your travels and relive them later. Key features: - Utilizes Nokia Maps and Google Maps. You get to choose which data source you prefer: - Nokia Maps allows map access offline, without a data connection. - Google Maps provides superior topographic support, but might require a data connection. - Background location tracking. Tracking continues even after you press the Start button and launch other apps. Just re-launch Location Tracker and you will pick up where you left off – complete with all the position changes that were recorded while you were gone. - Elevation or speed data can now be charted against either distance or elapsed time. You can also zoom in and out on the chart itself to see more details. The charts are accompanied with either full details of all tracks, or with the map. Selecting tracks is possible on the charts and stays in sync with the track table or associated map. - Track your current location with details such as: - Elevation - Speed - Heading - Latitude - Longitude - View summary information about your current track, such as: - Elapsed time - Distance - Number of track points - Elevation min, max and range - Speed max and average - Pace average - Latitude and longitude min/max - Context menu support for saving your current track - Context menus allow you to select the point associated with your elevation extremes, latitude/longitude extremes, and maximum speed. Once selected, you can easily see where these events occurred on the various maps, charts, and details pages. - View details about every point on the current track, such as: - Time - Distance from start - Elapsed time - Latitude - Longitude - Elevations - Speed - Heading - Context menu support to delete points that your GPS device misplaced - Upload and download .gpx files to/from OneDrive. GPX file versions 1.0 & 1.1 can both be viewed! - Map styles supported: - Topographic - Satellite - Street - Satellite/Street hybrid - Distance units supported: - Feet/miles - Meters/kilometers - Latitude/Longitude formats supported: - Degrees - Degrees/minutes - Degrees/minutes/seconds - Heading formats supported: - Degrees - Cardinal/ordinal (N/NE/E/…) - Map Tracking: - Automatically reposition map when necessary - Always re-center map as you move - Or, off allowing you to control the map manually - Chart x-axis value options: - Distance - Elapsed time - Chart y-axis value options: - Elevation - Speed Please send feature requests and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can use the About menu item on the Main page to help you out.
What’s new in this version
Version 1.2.0 updates: - While viewing your Track Library, you can now exclude the list of track names that already exist on OneDrive, so you can more easily see the tracks for which uploading might be a good idea. - Additional context menu support on the Current Track page, and both Details tables, allows you to easily select elevation, location and speed extremes for viewing. Please send feature requests and questions to email@example.com. You can use the About menu item on the Main page to help you out.