Now you can select measurement units separately for distances (kilometers, miles, nautical miles) and altitudes (meters or feet).
Now you can switch slopes from degrees to percentages.
Geo Tracker now warns you before starting a new recording, if the power saving mode is active in system settings — it prevents the application from recording a track when the screen is switched off (unfortunately, this warning only works on some phone models. For example it works on Samsung, but not on Xiaomi).
Now you can search tracks in the list by their descriptions as well as by names.
Vertical distances calculation algorithm has been improved based on your feedback.
Navigation mode has been improved — bottom panels now never cover the location arrow.
When adding a new marker into the current location, information about location accuracy and it’s position on the track (distance and time from the beginning) is now also automatically added to marker’s description.
The compass is now automatically turned off if your speed is more than 3 km/h (previously it was 5 km/h).
Fixed an issue, when markers sometimes disappeared from map.
Fixed an issue, which led to multiple simultaneous tracks being recorded.
Fixed an issue, which prevented importing GPX files without time information in its metadata.
Fixed an issue, which prevented opening detailed information about a point on the map.
Great app. Are you planning on creating an IPhone app?
Thanks! Can’t promise, but I hope a strong feeling that iOS app would see a light in future 🙂
Is there a way to change the start on a trip after it has been recorded?
Like a trim feature to move the start/end would be nice.
Unfortunately not yet. But I hope to add this feature into one of the future versions!