79917 ratings (4.420 average)
What's new in this version (1.1.13):
- new location provider for better accuracy and battery usage
- automatically detect walking, biking, and driving
- new stats view
- new landscape view
- select multiple tracks
- merge tracks and play them in Google Earth
My Tracks records your path, speed, distance, and elevation while you walk, run, bike, or do anything else outdoors. While recording, you can view your data live, annotate your path, and hear periodic voice announcements of your progress.
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:
Last comments from Android Market
Been using for almost 1 yr. I love it!
Best tracking program available for the Android! Can even email tracks with waypoints! Awesome!
This app is so cool! I love that I can monitor my speed, current elevation, elevation change and time along with my track. Kudos.
Brilliant - this is much easier to use than my handheld GPS and I love being able to see the stats as I am walking.
No longer works, can't see GPS to track on Samsung Moment with 2.1. Wish it hadn't been updated into crapware.
Awesome app! Would give 5 stars if there was a pause feature so it does not affect avg speed.
Use this to track my fitness on my bikes, great tool
Almost perfect on Android 2.1 or 2.2 HTC phones, except 30 foot E offset due to GPS sat limitations.