Now record GPS tracks, monitor your performance, share your outdoor activities with friends!
GPS Hiking is a professional app for getting GPS data when you are going out (eg. Walking, jogging, driving, bicycling and etc). It’s such a technical solution application based on its high precision instruments. Users can easily track their moving status in terms of Compass, Elapsed Time, Distance, Pace, Latitude, Longitude, Altimeter, Barometer, Course, Speed and GPS Signal power.
GPS Hiking takes the data from the GPS sensor and uses it to determine all of the different statistics to track, including geographic data and velocity calculations.
These instruments have been calibrated specially for walking, jogging, driving and bicycling, and you will never miss any valuable information as you want.
▪ Great for sking, running, walking, biking, and hiking to track your route!
▪ Great for photographers who need to track location data for their pictures!
▪ Great for hunters and fishermen who need to store specific locations!
⊹ Ultra high precision instruments
⊹ Calibration made for walking, jogging, hiking, driving and bicycling
⊹ Accurate speed calculations
⊹ Tracking record, showing tracks on different maps
⊹ Statistic GPS information, sharing track data by csv, nmea, gpx, kml, kmz format
⊹ Able to edit the track and waypoints nicely, store tracks information for further using
⊹ Able to upload csv, gpx, kml format routines.
⊹ Export tracks by email. (check gps.db and fav.db from attachement.)
⊹ Import tracks by Hiking local wifi or iTunes Document Sharing, or files.
⊹ Support barometer data collecting.
▪ Elapsed Time
▪ GPS Signal power
▪ Speed dashboard
▪ TRACK CSV, NMEA, GPX, KML format
▪ TRACK KML for Google Earth
Give Hiking a whirl and see how it works for you. For those of you who already use it, what do you think? What do you like about it, or dislike about it? Do you prefer another app over it? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments!
NOTE: Please make sure 'always' allow location access when under background! Check Settings->Privacy->Location Services->Hiking.
- April 14, 2017 Initial release