CommuteTrack for Android
Track and Optimize Your Commute Using Your Android Device
CommuteTrack starts tracking your location from the first time it
is launched. It keeps several types of information, accessible via
- Menu: Pick which view to show
- Locations: All individual recorded locations.
- Trips: a sequence of locations close in time and space
- Routes: a collection of trips with the same start and end
- Best Routes: The route which is the fastest for a given
start and end point
- In each list, click to show on a map.
CommuteTrack works with Android devices running Android 2.2 and above.
Specifically, it is expected to work with:
- Motorola Droid
- Nexus One
- HTC Incredible
- ...and many more
- Launch CommuteTrack before you begin your commute.
- It tracks your location automatically and determines when your
trip begins and ends.
- Use the Menu button to view trips, routes, and best routes.
- Press the Exit button to stop CommuteTrack when you aren't
traveling, to increase battery life.
- Click on a trip, route, or location to see it on a map.
- Restart your Android device each night, to make sure the GPS
tracking continues to work well.
See your trips on a map.
See how many times you traveled between a start point and end point.
See the best route for a given route.
See an individual location on a map.
Last modified on 13 Dec 2012 by AO
Copyright © 2016 Andrew Oliver