About Map My Tracks
Map My Tracks is the outdoor social network for fitness enthusiasts. Train, track & share your training or outdoor activities in real-time with friends, family, team mates or coaches.
Map My Tracks is all about training smarter and improving sporting performance. It’s about sharing your sporting passion with the others in real-time. It’s about keeping motivated and making training fun.
What is Map My Tracks?
Map My Tracks turns your mobile phone into your personal real-time GPS tracking device. Using a mobile phone with built-in GPS or an external GPS receiver you can map and track your location in real-time. Map My Tracks brings a new insight into your sporting activity, provides a competitive edge and makes training fun. Map My Tracks let your friends, competitors or parents know where you are right now.
It’s ideal for tracking activities like sailing, cycling, running, canoeing, skiing, walking, windsurfing, orienteering, mountaineering, horse riding, hang gliding, gliding, snowboarding, paragliding, hot air ballooning or just for fun to show your friends where you are right now.
Replay, analyse and understand your performance
Map My Tracks uploads your GPS track data directly to your personal activity log on the web. Tracks can be made private for your own use or left for all to see.
With Map My Tracks you can:
- Track your progress over land, sea or air in real-time using just your mobile phone
- Allow friends, training partners, coaches, spectators or parents to follow your progress live
- Automatically share your location with Fire Eagle, Twitter and FriendFeed
- Gain a competitive advantage. Replay, analyse and understand your performance.
- Automatically upload track data to your Map My Tracks activity log on the web – no cables needed
- Track your race with Map My Tracks and discover where your race was won or lost
- Replay your tracks overlayed on street or satellite maps
- Analyse distance, top speed, average speed, direction, and show your current location
- Discover new tracks or training routes around the World
- Share and review tracks by others
- Compare your performance against other competitors
- Share your location on your blog