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GPS Sports Computer: Navmi
XDA member hollywoof has used some of the code of AndyZap’s GPS Cycle Computer to create a new application that uses GPS to get a lot of information about your sports activity. It can, for example, measure your speed, the distance you’ve walked/cycled, and it includes a diary so you can see how you performed for the last days
Originally posted by hollywoof
navmi is a GPS sports application, currently available for Windows Mobile touch screen (professional). It contains lots of DNA from AndyZap’s GPS Cycle Computer – and it’s now been tested on a few devices including:
- Omnia II
- HTC HD (and HD2 Leo)
- Axim x51v
Among navmi’s features are:
- Time and distance tracking
- Auto lap (auto waypoint) recording
- Manual lap recording
- Integrated sports photography
- Map display – including offline caching of maps
- Chart display – speed and elevation
- Multiple settings for multiple sports
- Training Diary – including lap, map, photo and chart review
- Integration with runsaturday online training log and analysis tools
- KML and GPX track export
navmi proudly contains:
- DNA from the GPS Cycle Computer – by AndyZap – with design by expo7 and special thanks to AngelGR – used under new bsd license
- integration with runsaturday.com
- mapping by OpenStreetMap served by Cloudmade – used under creative commons license
- voice from acclivity on freesound.org – used under creative commons license
- sound effects from sowatt and milton on freesound.org – used under creative commons license
- extra graphics input from clker.com – used under creative commons license
You can get more info & download in the application thread.
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