Targeted GPS tracking tool that lets you keep a close eye on your marathon training, cycling and other sports.
by on March 14, 2010
If you’re on of those people who take their sports training seriously then tracking apps like Joggah can be a valuable tool. Building up to something like a half- or full-marathon, or just getting fit for football, requires a mapped out training schedule and Joggah turns your phone into a vital tool as part of that training.
It’s a complete GPS tracking tool that not only logs each run you make storing distance, speed, changes in altitude with the date but also produces a Google Earth file.
The log book can also track specific shoe wear, so you know how far each pair of trainers has gone. The screen can be locked and turned off to avoid accidental calls, mishaps and to extend the battery. And of course you can still take calls and listen to music or podcasts.
It’ll let you view how many miles, runs and total time you’ve done overall, per week, month and year. For different regions settings can be kilometres, miles or meters. The files can easily be taken off the device but it’d be good to have better KLM file naming. Other than that it’s hard to fault.
Buy this app: Download the Joggah app now
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