$1.99 -> $.99
Cyqle, the practical app for cycling! - More than 50 cities across the globe - Management of favorite stations - Clear and clean interface - Address search indicating the nearest station to the selected location Don't forget to comment and rate the application, we read each and every review :) - Credits - • Keolis STAR - https://data.explore.star.fr • JCDecaux - https://developer.jcdecaux.com • Citybikes - https://citybik.es
$48.99 -> Free
Product Description goSki is designed to track your ski trail, and record your location on the Map automatically once you press the "Start New" button. A Red pin icon is displayed indicating your current location, and all your previous locations displayed by Blu pin icon on the Map. You may change the configuration, by pressing "Setting" button. "Pause/Continue" button is to get the distance in Mileage/KiloMeter and your elapsed time. You may Email your Trail image by pressing the "Share" button.
$19.99 -> $4.99
WristRoute is a standalone Apple Watch GPS application for hiking, biking, and other offline adventures. Neither the iPhone or Internet is needed for operation. WristRoute can read and write GPX files containing waypoints, routes, and tracks. Download a GPX file for an upcoming hike, load it on your watch, and now you can follow the route line on a map, or track your uphill progress against an elevation profile. WristRoute uses the latest generation of topographic maps from the USGS: US Topo. Outside the continental United States an OpenStreetMap derived map is used. Maps are cached for offline use. WristRoute is designed for all day use with battery saving options. GPS Battery Saver turns on the GPS only as needed. Map display can also be turned off, displaying just GPX route lines and waypoints.
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