My Tracks 2.0 Lets You View Your Location Over Time, Share Via Google Maps/Earth

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  • 14 Jul 2012
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  • In 2009 Google released My Tracks, an application that allowed the user to rely on the handset’s GPS capabilities to determine the location over time and share it via Google Maps and Google Earth. Now we’ve reached version 2.0 of that app, after long months of tinkering with the code supplied in open source regime to developers.

    My Tracks 2.0 comes with the ability to play back your tour directly to Google Earth for Android, aggregate statistics over time to show trends in your performance and it also brings a faster and simpler UI. Charts and stats tables were also improved and are now easier to read. The app is available for free and it’s able to record your path, speed, distance and the elevation of your movement.

    Even if you walk, run, bike or do anything else outdoors, this is perfect to track your way around and record it. Sharing GPS stats can also be done via Google+, Facebook or Twitter, with support for Google Maps, Google Fusion Tables or Google Docs as well. You can even sync third party biometric sensors such as a Bluetooth heart monitor. The app is available here.

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