I couldn’t get my hands on a free android app that properly accounts for altitude variations (gps is quite lame for that). So I wrote my own and I would really like to get some feedback from other runners. The app is free. It shows your track on a map like many other apps out there but it is simple to use and it calculates your elevation variations with very good precision so you can have a real idea of of many meters/feet you climbed up and down. Exporting kml or gpx is simple to do.
Any feedback will be greatly appreciated!
Can this only be used on Android? or can it be used on other mobile devices as well, such as blackberry or iPhones?
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