Map tracking app for iphone

 

Trails provides offline topographic maps and helps you make the most of your next outdoor adventure, even without an active internet connection. It records your GPS track along with various statistics including altitude, ascent/descent, speed, pace, and duration.

Zoomable graphs for key statistics along with heat maps provide deep insights and complete the logbook of your outdoor journeys.

While recording your tracks, Trails displays live sparklines for altitude, speed, pace, and much more. You can pick and choose which of these statistics are shown at any time.

Map tracking app for iphone

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Trails provides offline topographic maps and helps you make the most of your next outdoor adventure, even without an active internet connection. It records your GPS track along with various statistics including altitude, ascent/descent, speed, pace, and duration.

Zoomable graphs for key statistics along with heat maps provide deep insights and complete the logbook of your outdoor journeys.

While recording your tracks, Trails displays live sparklines for altitude, speed, pace, and much more. You can pick and choose which of these statistics are shown at any time.

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