Tracking of routes.
Who of the users tracks all his routes and also takes photos on the road with the:
A. MRA Mobile App
B. MRA Navigation App
C. Both Apps
D. I don't track my routes.
Always, using both Apps.
Drabslab last edited by
@Hans-van-de-Ven-MRA-Master As explained in another post, I don't record the tracks. I would be keen doing it if I could register more data with my GPS. Now the track seems limited to the exact route. That doesn't help me much as memories are linked to time and stops.
Guzzist last edited by
I use oth: if Iˋm driving by route navigation on Navigation App, tracking runs in background.
If Iˋm doing a free ride without navigation, then I do also a tracking, to know afterwards where i drove. In this situation, I use MRA App for tracking, because screen has more space for map. Because the navigation elements and icons are not needed (not visible on screen).
I use this simply to keep an overview during ride, where I am currently. In this use case I need a wider scale of map, but unfortunately, there is an automatic rescale to more detailed view. So, itˋs not possible with this detailed view, to keep ongoing anoverview.
I take photos during ride with Navigation App or MRA App - result is the same.
But there is another great disadvantage at Navigation App: itˋs using only HEERE map. But tracking on this map is not helpful for bisycle rides or hitchhicking, because here you need more topo maps, to see if trackpoint is on right path. But HEERE map contains no small paths - only greater roads.
Generally, I would prefer Navigation App on my SmartPhone during bisycle rides or hitchhicking, because batterie has more capacity than battery of Navigation Device (which I use on my motorbike). But without topo map itˋs sense less!
Ian Smith 1 last edited by
Im trying to use both but when tracking and then take a photo/moment MRA will then not continue with the original track and prompts me to start a new track. there is no way to continue with the original track. Am i doing something wrong??
Do you use the right button? Are you sure you don’t press the flag?
Ian Smith 1 last edited by
@Hans-van-de-Ven-MRA-Master Yes I'm sure i have tried it a couple of times so far. I have now contacted support with the problem, thanks for your reply
Dragbert last edited by
Haven’t tracked my routes yet, as normally I plan and design my routes on beforehand with MRA. For pictures I prefer to use my Nikon and for filming my Sony.
Recording with the MRA app would however be a good idea for unplanned tours, without a pre-set destination. Will keep this in mind!
Rob Verhoeff last edited by
Because I don't need the tracklog (I've got the complete route) Relive gives me a quick and dirty way to share what I've done.
Gil Yoder last edited by
B. I track my routes with the MRA Navigation app, but I haven't used it yet to take photos. I have a route I am taking tomorrow, and I plan to take pictures then. I am just starting to use MRA, by the way. So far, I love it.
Mark Cornelissen last edited by
I track with MRA Mob App and take pictures