I wished this worked for me. This is the app: You can watch this videos before to use it: Thanks for contributing an answer to Geographic Information Systems Stack Exchange! I'm also confused by your response because Google seems to read in every point just fine. So can someone confirm wether Mytracks can be used to navigate or not? To see it, just click the icon of the man on top of the screen No man icon on the screen? Select pictures you need for geotagging 4. Then your timeline appears in a separate tab, where you can select a day with the date timeline at upper left to find the route or timeline for that day. Download the sample dataset by right-clicking and saving the file to your computer.
But I simply used the Import feature. It also is a bit random when a road goes off at anything less than right angles: the one it decides is straight ahead might be the one that the lines on the road indicate is a turn off. Pocket Earth also saves maps offline and has basic routing. I am having an issue with the fact that it segmented my data into 4 lines, which I'm currently trying to find a way to resolve. Do you know of any specific circumstances which will cause it to fail? This will keep your tour as one entire route. It's just that it does not consider everything to be part of the same line.
Hi Gaurav, thank you for your question, but I do not know if I clearly understood your problem. Geosphere can interface with any mapping app that will let you transfer coordinates to it. The import function of Google Maps has several problems and Google has not given any indications when or if they are going to fix it. In the legend, click the share button. However, I am not sure what you want to upload to geocaching. I didn't realize I might need two separate apps to both view and navigate to points contained in a gpx file.
OsmAnd also allows you to download an area of mapping onto your phone for offline use. For example, on a map with cross-country driving directions and restaurants along the way, download just the directions so you can visualize it in Google Earth. In the legend, click the share button. I've tried all sorts of alternatives to get around this, but can't resolve. Retired mainstream but still happy to share expertise.
If you see a delay in updates, check back shortly. There might be online utilities that might be able to do the conversion for you but none come to mind. Let me know if I have understood. Export a map You can export and download an entire map or just some information on it. So it's no better than what you have already. But bing maps has nicer aerial imagery than google for the location of interest believe it or not so I want to use bing. This method just draws the line, all information about the individual points is lost.
My own personal preference is if I have to use turn by turn navigation which is very rare , I load the route onto my and listen out for the proximity sound which prompts me to take a look at it. You may also want to disable any passwords on the lock screen, even pattern passwords can be tricky on two wheels. You may also want to disable any passwords on the lock screen, even pattern passwords can be tricky on two wheels. I use Navigon because it uses offline maps and provides voice guidance. The geosphere and navigon apps sound like what I'm trying to find. Having your phone on your handlebar helps a lot. Perhaps support for this is new? Thanks for the reply, but this is far from intuitive and I still can't figure it out.
It's good because it can work offline, so it will keep working without a signal or if you are overseas, no roaming fees. Import kml file to Google maps 3. I have a gpx file from my garmin unit. I didn't realize I might need two separate apps to both view and navigate to points contained in a gpx file. Google and other map apps can also be used. I tend to only switch the screen on when needed, the voice navigation lets you know when a turn is coming up. That way, you can import and see your geographical data in other apps.
There are about 268 intersections in alphabetical order that I want to map, and it seems to only import through the Ls. It's good because it can work offline, so it will keep working without a signal or if you are overseas, no roaming fees. Kind regards Joeri In my view — MyTracks can work quite well to record a track though not under Lollipop as it crashes when record is used but the lack of off-line maps and trackback makes it a poor choice for navigation. With google maps there is a handy 3rd party website that handles this for me, and it is also very simply done with google earth as well. Handily it seems that opening the gpx as text and doing a simple find and replace of all the rte to trk now means that the gpx files get imported correctly! So it is a bit more limited. .
I tried importing the file directly into Google maps and. Thanks to Alastair Stevenson and Jez for the problem and the solution. Does anyone know how to do this or if its even possible? I have Map following on my main app, CycleMeter , which is excellent, the problem is that if I am bombing down a hill, I tend to forget to look at the map and end up putting miles and miles on my journey - which is really frustrating. It can be used for action sports and long distance travel too. So, I'd say that both fowler200 and the helpful replies are right, but the interface could well be improved quite easily. What am I doing wrong?!!! Note: I've posted the actual file at. What am I doing wrong?!!! Choose the layer you want to export, or click Entire map.
The file is imported and can be viewed in Google Earth as described. I feel like this should be simple but keep on running into problems. I don't use any apps for that. Note: To see elevation and location information, use the balloons associated with each point. Provide details and share your research! Thanks to Alastair Stevenson and Jez for the problem and the solution. I found the same as others reported - import option does not appear when using chrome - but does appear when using ie. Background, expert in delivering strategic change.