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Is there an app for iPhone that will record my traing and transfer it here
but seriously, what about an android app?
I have used home brew gps logger symbian app with AP uploadfeature for years.
But I can see much point writing iphone app, it's such a poor device after all. Much better option would be writing a logger web page using w3c geolocation api. it workd just fine for live gps tracking, so would work about as it is for training logging.
My android IpBike app
will record running and O perfectly well in GPS only mode. Direct support for uploading to Attackpoint built in as of a couple of weeks ago.
Curently in beta and not on the market but avalible off my website. Feedback very apreciated.
I use EasyTrails GPS iPhone app when I don't have my Garmin handy. It's pretty easy to record a track, and a few different ways to upload/download the track for importing into Attackpoint or other programs. I think it's useful.
.... although I just noticed on my track from today, that it gave me an extra mile when I forgot to turn off my timer while eating "breakfast" at my daughter's apt. I was there 30 minutes, gps signal bounced around, and it calculated that as movement.
I use the internet. I hear it's all the rage.
is pretty good - it picks up position alot quicker than my Garmin 310. It sends a GPX to your email, which you upload.
Jim Balsillie of RIM stated last autumn “You don't need an app for the web.”
Look where that got RIM.
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