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I phone apps like a riding version of the sat nav
Does anyone know any I phone version of the sat nav so I can work out the speed and distance I go on rides out with my pony . Preferrably free apps.
Thanks in advance.
i dont have the i-phone but i have the black berry bold and my sis has the new i-phone and then my other sister has an old flip type phone and we all use the endomondo free version.
i get duration, distance, average speed plus it talks to you every so often so you don't have to constantly keep taking it out to check.
it has every activity from riding, running etc so you can use it for everything
Kait18, does it work when you are not in 3G areas? I ride on trails in remote areas where there is little to no cell service. My instinct tells me it won't work, and I need a Garmin for actual trail riding.
What is the service like where you are riding and using this app?
I am not riding in remote places yet.
And if it makes any difference I am in the UK. I just want to know how far and what speed we ride at for fitness etc.
But my long term aim is to do long distance riding eventually.
garmin has an app for Iphone and my understanding is it works without cell coverage.
i only have verzion access in my town and we get off the 3g and in no service zones sometimes for a while and it still works but moderately...it drains the battery quick when not is service area!! thats the only negative i have for it.
but for starting and getting the hang of things it has helped me without spending more money right now..and is convenient. atleast for me it is :)
i will be checking for the garmin though when i see my sister and try it out on her i-phone :)
download everytrail. It works wonderful - and it is free for 3 trails and then I think like $5 to continue using it
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