Track Your Path Real Time Using ‘My Tracks’ Android App

My Tracks is a Free app from Google Inc., which records the path, speed, distance and elevation of the user while the user walks, runs, bikes or do anything else outdoors. While recording, user can view his data live, add notes on the path and can hear periodic voice announcements of user’s progress.

Using the app, the user can record GPS tracks, can monitor his real time speed, distance and elevation live on the phone, can share outdoor activities with friends via Google Plus, Gmail, Facebook and Twitter and can view their real time location on Google Maps for Mobile.

Users can mark short cuts, running paths and newly discovered routes with a waypoint. Also the users can record their heart rate and bike cadence to know their performance. Users can export their tracks and statistics to Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Fusion Tables and External Storage Devices too.

Also with My Tracks, users can sync and share their tracks via Google Drive. Also users can share tracks with friends and can watch the tracks their friends have shared with them. Also there is provision to make tracks public and share their URLs via Google Plus, Facebook, Twitter etc.

My Tracks uses the GPS sensor in user’s device to record geographic and velocity statistics. The app can sync with third party biometric sensors such as Zephyr HxM Bluetooth heart rate monitor, Polar WearLink Bluetooth heart rate monitor and ANT+ heart rate and speed distance monitors.

My Tracks is an open source project. It can be downloaded from Google Play Store.

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