Bike Tracker APK

Version 1.1.55 - com.pcability.biketracker
pcability,biketracker,tools,bike,tracker

Tracking app for bike rides (with turn-by-turn directions from Ride with GPS).

Bike Tracker apk

APP Information

Download Version 1.1.55 (55)
Apk Size1.60 MB
App DeveloperPC Ability
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.pcability.biketracker.apk
MD55670523a7215ca7a72b30ccb68b8b5b9
Rate5

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App Description

Bike Tracker is pcability,biketracker,tools,bike,tracker, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit PC Ability website who developed it. com.pcability.biketracker.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.1.55 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 206+ times on store. You can also download com.pcability.biketracker APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

There are loads of apps out there for Android that track bike rides, runs, and other physical activities, so why create a new one? I wrote Bike Tracker because I found that all of the other trackers were weak in key areas that were important to me. I didn't care about social sharing of my routes, nor did I did own heart rate monitors and other Bluetooth-attached accessories. I didn't go cycling to train for anything, I just went out to enjoy myself, and what I really wanted was an app that could track my rides and provide conversion from GPX format into Google Earth-friendly KML files without the need to connect to an online service. In fact, the app does not require an internet connection, unless you opt to display a map.
 
I was also rather disillusioned with the available spoken turn-by-turn direction apps out there, and so I've written what I believe is a superior turn-by-turn engine into Bike Tracker. It gives timely and accurate turn instructions, and will talk you back onto the course if you ever take a wrong turn or drift off route. The app also connects directly with your "Ride with GPS" account, so you can gain immediate access to all your cycling routes in just a few taps.

Furthermore, I wanted highly-customizable voice feedback that used whatever TTS engine was set as the default on my device. Most apps provide voice feedback to some degree, but as those apps are designed to work in multiple languages, not much seems to be done to clean up the way various tidbits of information are spoken. Bike Tracker is written solely in English, and so great pains have been taken to present spoken information (especially times-of-day) in a manner that is familiar to English-speaking users. I even give you the power to tweak the parameters used by the turn-by-turn algorithm, so that it can be tailored to best suit your needs.
 
I've also provided a large array of information that you can choose to have spoken, including; total riding time; total moving time; total stopped time; distance; time-of-day; start time; average GPS accuracy; and worst GPS readings. You can select which of these pieces of information is spoken, in which order it is spoken, and you can customize the fixed spoken words that surround the information (such as "Total distance is 3.5 kilometers" or "You've traveled 3.5 kilometers" for example).
 
Also included are flexible methods of presenting different information each time the app speaks. For instance, I have a large amount of information I want spoken each kilometer, but at the half-kilometer I have the app ONLY announce the distance. The combinations are virtually endless.

What and how information is spoken is defined in a PROFILE, and you can create as many profiles as you like. For example, I have two very similar profiles that differ only in how much is spoken. One speaks LOTS of verbose information for when I'm on solo rides, while the other speaks minimal information for when I'm on rides with others.

Another feature lets you designate "Quiet Apps". Whenever any of the quiet apps are in the foreground, Bike Track will SHUT-UP and say nothing. You can assign apps like calls handles (both stock and VoIP), push-to-talk services, voice recorders, etc, where you simply do no want to be interrupted by spoken information from Bike Tracker.
 
During rides, you can invoke a SECONDARY SUMMARY that starts from zero, but doesn't change the PRIMARY SUMMARY that may be returned to once the secondary summary is of no further value. This is handy for ride-within-a-ride situations.
 
Once a ride is over, the recorded GPX file can be converted into a KML (without having rely on an online service), ready for display on Google Earth using their route fly-over feature. If you need to edit the GPX file (using such PC apps as Java Open Street Maps) you can quickly convert the edited GPX into a new KML. The app includes error-smoothing algorithms that you can adjust to suit your needs. 

App ChangeLog

  • Rebuilt settings for map colors (progress and various map types, as well as color for a planned route).

App Screens

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  1. Colonel Shoe-avatar

    Colonel Shoe

    I have updated from my previous review (2 stars). Previously I was suffering from a very buggy and temperamental experience, which was detracting from what looked like a nice idea and much needed app for the cycling community. I stuck with it and have had a pretty flawless experience since. I can say that you definitely need any battery/cpu saver setting on your phone turned off as this can interfere with the apps operation. Also make sure you have a green or yellow GPS fix shown at the bottom.

  2. Brent Hugh-avatar

    Brent Hugh

    This is an amazing app. Does thing a lot of fancy pay apps can't do. It does only a few things, but it does them well.

  3. Michael Hashii-avatar

    Michael Hashii

    Works well on my slow phone! Gives me all the information I need! Thank you!

  4. baraba neka-avatar

    baraba neka

    I have to revoke my rating. After update, accuracy is at 3km. Hard to obtain GPS. Such a pitty. Will try one more time if not workibg, scrap it.. -------‐------------------------------------------------------------------- This is awsome application. It tracks what i want, show in a readable form, does not spy me, and does not bug me. During time I will report on reliability. Keep good work going

  5. Kelvin Smith-avatar

    Kelvin Smith

    I recently had a problem connecting this with RwGPS, but a quick note to the forum and it was fixed it in lightening time. So if I could award this 6 stars for it's usefulness and support, I would! I use Bike Tracker (BT) to log directly into RidewithGPS to get voice guidance. RwGPS has voice guidance but I found it unreliable on my phone. BT isn't fancy but it does give good voice guidance and hasn't lost the GPS signal over the several years I have used it. If you want to get the best out of BT, it has lots of help in the app.

  6. John Kretschmann-avatar

    John Kretschmann

    So far all I've done is download & install the app and connect it up to my Ride with GPS account. Based on what I'm reading and what I see, this app looks AMAZING!! I'll actually give it a try this afternoon on my ride home from work and will update my review afterward. Update 11/16/19: I've been using this app for two years and it's still 5+ stars. The integration with RWGPS is awesome and the audio prompts are exactly what I need. I have a bike computer with routing (Wahoo Elemnt) but when I'm navigating a route I'm unfamiliar with the audio prompts from Bike Tracker are just what I need. I put a single bluetooth earbud in my ear and rely on the prompts from Bike Tracker to get me where I'm going. Love it!!

  7. karuppasamy s-avatar

    karuppasamy s

    Super

  8. Felippe Katan-avatar

    Felippe Katan

    With a simple interface, it's light and works really well. Been using the directions function, based on routes created on Ride With GPS and no errors until now.

  9. A Google user-avatar

    A Google user

    It is good

  10. Mohammed Ismail Ansari-avatar

    Mohammed Ismail Ansari

    The application does what it says and it does it better than you would expect. To start with, the application is free. Ignoring the dated UI elements and controls, it deserves respect for how functional and customizable it is. I just had a test ride with voice navigation using this application, on a route imported from RideWithGPS and tracking with Strava. I should say I was really impressed by this piece of software to an extent that the first thing I thought of after coming back from the ride was to leave this review with five stars. Keep going @PCAbility!